Thomas Starr King Middle School

News and Announcements

Health Insurance Workshop

DATE: Tuesday, October 10th, 2017
TIME: 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM

WHAT TO EXPECT: Participants will learn important information about:
LAUSD’s Children’s Health Access & Medi-Cal Program (CHAMP)
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) commonly known as Obamacare
Kaiser Permanente Child Health Program
How to get enrolled in coverage
What happens if you choose not to enroll
Important tips and dates for obtaining and maintaining
Los Angeles Unified School District’s CHAMP & Healthy Start Programs
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8th Grade Dues are due by Sept. 29, 2017!!!

8th grade dues need to be turned into your child's Homeroom Teacher no later than September 29th, 2017. We accept cash or checks payable to Friend of King. Please remember that students must remain eligible: no fails & no more than 2 U's. Flyers were given to all 8th graders. Should you have any questions or concerns please contact our 8th Grade Sponsor Ruben Hernandez at
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Safe Routes to School

Friends of King encourages you to incorporate some active transportation into your commute to and from school, or if you are visiting Thomas Starr King for popular events, like our TS King Theater Productions or New Student Orientation. Consider these benefits of walking and biking to school: * Safer streets * Less traffic * Reduced pollution * Healthy habits * Increased concentration * Social time * Joy *.
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Testing Bell Schedule

The testing bell schedule is in place from May 1st to May 27th. Please note that during this time school is out on Tuesdays at 2:54 PM, while on Fridays school is out at 1:24 PM.
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Thomas Starr King Middle School Wins 2017 Scholar Dollars Grant Program

The efforts on the part of parents, teachers and community members who voted for our school everyday last month have paid off putting King on the list of winners of a generous $25,000 ScholarShare grant. This grant money will be used to send students on field trips to enrich the curriculum, and also to enhance science, technology, and math instruction. Kudos to everyone who voted!
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