Welcome to King Springs ES
Principal: Linda Keeney



Sneak-A-Peek
Thursday, July 31st
Kindergarten - 2nd Grade, 3:00 - 5:00pm
3rd - 5th Grade, 5:00 - 7:00pm




Summer Reading Program Overview

K-2 Activity Sheet
K-2 Suggested Reading
3-5 Activity Sheet
3-5 Suggested Reading
Reading Log

Back-to-School Supply List



For information about class placement for next year click here.




King Springs 3rd - 5th grade students represent
their school at District Science Fair

January Rocket Reader Participants
543 Students Participated in the Rocket Reader Program
in January and the prize was their choice of a book to keep!

100th Day of School
100 days of school have taken their toll on our Kindergarten Staff!

PTA sponsored Donuts with Dad
Donuts with Dad

2014-15 School Choice
The Cobb County School District is again offering School Choice (HB 251 and SB10) transfers for the 2014-2015 school year.  Applications will be available beginning February 10, 2014.  For more information, please see our 2014-15 School Choice website.


 Georgia's First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Deal,  reads to our students


King Springs was honored during the September 16th
Smyrna City Council Meeting when the mayor, Max Bacon,
issued a proclamation in recognition of KSE,
a 2012 Georgia School of Excellence

Georgia School of Excellence Award
King Springs' Principal, Linda Keeney,with Dr. Barge and other Dignitaries during the Georgia School of Excellence Award

To Order your year book online click HERE,
then enter our school code 9419614

Our Vision

High Expectations Reaching Everyone

Our Mission

Empowering Students to Attain their Potential

Our Beliefs

All students can learn if presented with challenges and opportunities to succeed.

Students should be provided with varied and current resources for learning.

Parents, students, and teachers should work toward a common goal to ensure the success of life-long learners.

Everyone has the right to learn in a safe, nurturing environment that meets the academic, emotional, physical, and social needs of each child.

Learning is a developmental, student-centered process.

Students should be educated in a manner that results in well-informed critical thinkers and productive citizens in our society.

An environment that celebrates the joy of learning, diversity, and self-worth must be created and maintained.

High expectations result in optimal learning that is regularly monitored.

Strong instructional leadership is attained through shared responsibility and decision making.

 

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