1 World Children’s Chorus – out now!
The King student’s performance begins at minute 23. It’s pretty much the most adorable thing you’ll see today! So proud!
If you’re child is working on a drawing for the new King lion mascot, have them turn it into the PTA office by next Wed the 30!
Our first annual King Dinner Theater is just one of the many events at King that demonstrate the progress of our program and give parents and community an opportunity to support it at the same time. See the fruits of the students’ hard work in a relaxing atmosphere and keep a good thing going! Buy your tickets online: http://www.kingpta.org/theater-program/ or in the school office–the sooner the better so we can anticipate the catering needs. We hope to see you all there!
A busy week this is!
Tonight, Tuesday November 13th, is the Cross-Cluster Enrollment Balancing meeting at Jefferson High School Middle College. This is the first opportunity for parents from all schools in the Jefferson Cluster to meet and discuss the issues and how we work together for the betterment of ALL of our schools. 5:30-8:00pm. Some parents are meeting early at 5:00 outside to talk before the meeting—join us!
Tomorrow, Wednesday, November 14th, is Noho’s Hawaiian Cafe Benefit for the Northeast Portland Backpack Lunch Program. The cafe is located on Fremont Street at 46th Avenue Northeast and is open from 11 am to 9 pm. Come for lunch or dinner and 20% of your meal’s cost will benefit our weekend food program for kids at risk of hunger on Saturdays and Sundays when their school lunch program isn’t available. We hope you can come!
Thursday, November 15th, is the first King School Auction Committee meeting of the year. We are meeting at the school in the parent room at 5:00pm. If you would like to join or help in any way, either come on Thursday or email us!
Friday, November 16th is our weekly Parent Coffee at 8:40 am in the PTA office/Parent Room. Want to know what’s going on? How to get involved? Or, just meet and socialize with other parents—come on in, even if you only have a few minutes.
Also: Support King’s art program! This is a way to raise funds for creating a ceramics program in the broader art department curriculum. Only $798.90 to go! Click on the link to donate toward the purchase of materials: http://www.dickblick.com/ara/lists/2575/home
Keep up to date by checking the King School calendar at: www.kingpta.org/calendar
To raise funds for creating a ceramics curriculum in the art department, King’s new visual arts teacher, Hanne Duncan has created a wishlist for donations at dickblick.com. The goal is $818.90 and the deadline for donations is January 15th. To donate, go to the link below: