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Silver Award Winning School
Breakfast starts at 8:35a.m. School starts at 8:50a.m. We want our students to be on time, all day and everyday!! School ends at 4:05p.m.
Welcome to the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary Website.
Home of the Cubs!
King Values King Beliefs
*Love *Teamwork *We believe ALL children can learn.
*Dedication *Respect *We believe that change is a process, not an event.
*Growth *Patience *We believe that we will improve with patience and dedication.
*We believe that everyone is important and respected at King.
Friday, April 8-Good Citizenship Assembly @ 10:00 a.m.
Monday, April 4-8-NeSA Testing Spirit Week
Tuesday, April 12-NeSA Testing Begins for all classes in grades 3rd-6th
Friday, April 22-NO SCHOOL - TEACHER TEAM DAY
Monday, April 25-NO SCHOOL- TEACHER WORK DAY
Friday, May 6- Field Day
Friday, May 13-Storm Chasers Hit the Book Baseball Family Night @ Werner Park 7:05p.m.
Tuesday, May 17-Home Run For Youth Baseball Game/Sponsored by Cox Communications K-6 at T.D. Ameritrade Park
Thursday, May 19-6th Grade Honors @ 2:00 p.m.
Friday, May 20-Last Day of School
Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School is nestled in a northeast Omaha neighborhood located near 38th and Maple. The school was built in 1973 and named after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. making it the first OPS school to be named after a prominent African-American.
Before King Elementary became the school we know today, it spent much of its life fulfilling many other roles in the neighborhood. First, it was a Junior High, then it became a Ninth Grade Center. Several years later, it became a Science Magnet Center. In 1988, Clifton Hill Elementary, located 8 blocks to the west of King, closed and the students and staff moved to King. As a result, King turned into a Primary Center, servicing students from Pre-Kindergarten to Third Grade up until May of 1999. When OPS returned to neighborhood schools during the 1999-2000 school year, King Primary Center became King Elementary and is now the used by the local Pre-Kindergarten through Sixth Grade students.
King Elementary is well known throughout the community for providing a good, sound education for all of our students. We emphasize the fact that we are an academy school. Many of our former students are now achieving honor status and community accomplishments in their various other schools.
Our recognition at King Elementary comes on a daily basis provided by our satisfied clientele. Our school is working toward providing a multitude of special events involving our families, such as make-and-take workshops, drug fairs, family suppers, etc. Our goal is to help parents get involved in their children's education.
King School Improvement Plan
2014-15 GROWTH GOAL
decrease by 5%
Click here for the latest King Elementary Bond Updates