Mrs. Terry's K-1 Google Classroom MATH lesson this week introduces counting nickels! Anna is setting up shop at home, just like they do in class, to play store and to practice her counting! Yay, Anna. I'll take the shoes, please!
Students had wonderful fun in our POSTER COMPETITION. Mrs. Ploss created these beautiful coloring sheets, and we provided a GIFT CERTIFICATE for our winning posters! All students had fun adding their own ideas and colors, and in the end, we had a brother-sister tie with Lucas and Acadia Baldwin. (Pictured...
Here is a screen shot from yesterday's MOAS class, that Mr.Jason facilitates for our seniors. The senior class continues to prepare for the High School Model of the Organization of American States. They represent the nation of Jamaica as a delegation. Yesterday, members of the class began presenting an agenda...
Mrs. Winter's Elementary Art Class is in full swing online. The artists have been hard at work creating inspirations from their Virtual Aquarium assignment! Beautiful shark work pictured here by student Abel Whitbeck.
Pictured here: Jaksen Perkins gets started on Day #1 of The King's School At Home Distance Learning season, due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus in our area. The kids are ready and doing well, as we begin this new way of learning and communicating with each other. Stay tuned,...
Last Week At The King's School - Second graders enjoyed a special presentation from missionaries to the Philippines, the Barner family, who presented music, photos, artifacts, currency, and an impacting lesson from God's Word. Pastor Paul, who has pioneered over twenty churches in the Philippines, his daughter Abby, and his...
One of our numerous budding photographers, Cadince Briggs, took this photo last week as Advanced Photography class began staging their retrospective scenes and characters of this year's rendition of Scrooge. The intuition and gifting of the students, coupled with the energy and love of Mrs. Voorhis, created a palpable electricity...
If it's not too cold at The King's School, we love to get the kids outside, breathing the fresh air. Not only does it rejuvenate thier minds and bodies, but it also reminds them that we live in a beautiful place, that should be celebrated during all the seasons.
As long as it doesn't get too cold outside, we encourage fresh air and outdoor play time for our elementary students. Deep breaths and running around outside resets the brain for more learning time. In junior/senior high through gym classes, sports acitivities, and general classroom activities throughout the months, we...
Dressing up for Las Posada's Christmas procession in Mexico, Mrs. Terry's kindergarten class join in elementary Christmas festivities.