Students at King Elementary 
will grow academically, socially, 
and psychologically to become 
proficient learners ready for 
high school and higher education.

Jermaine A. Wilson, Principal

4848 Woodland
Kansas City, Missouri 64110
 
Phone: 816-418-2475
 
Bell Times: 
8:10 a.m. - 3:10 p.m
 

School News

  • We are on the RISE!

    Thank you to all the KCPS staff, students, parents and partners for participating in KCPS RISE! A special thank you to the Kansas City community for opening your doors and allowing KCPS to Reconnect, Inspire, Support and Engage with you!

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  • Teachers - Do YOU have a news story for the website?

    We invite you to share the wonderful things that are going on in YOUR classroom! Submit your news story for it to be posted here on your school website! View a complete listing of website editors by clicking on the title.

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Welcome Back!

King Elementary @ KCMSA staff are pleased to welcome you back for another great school year! You may notice that King students and staff have relocated temporarily to the KCMSA campus at 4848 Woodland Ave. We are very excited to continue teaching the bright scholars of King Elementary in our brand new learning environment.
 
WE NEED YOUR FEEDBACK! Using feedback from community meetings this spring, Hollis + Miller Architects conducted a study to evaluate whether the King/Weeks buildings should be renovated or a new school built at the site. They presented their findings and garnered feedback from meeting participants at the August 7, 2014 King @ KCMSA open house. It's not too late to provide KCPS with your input! View the presentation below and submit your feedback to masterplan@kcpublicschools.org.
 
                              Stakeholder Feedback Form- PDF
 

  • King 2014 School of Distinction Award!!!

    Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School has been selected as a College for Every Student (CFES) School of Distinction for its work during the 2013-2014 school year! The school is being honored for demonstrating its work in preparing students for higher education.

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