King Springs Elementary School

Linda Keeney, Principal

Laura Meyer, Asst. Principal | Christian Cali, Asst. Principal

K-1 Campus
3265 Brown Road SE
Smyrna, GA 30080
Phone: 678-842-6944
Fax: 678-842-6946
2-5 Campus
1041 Reed Road
Smyrna, GA 30082
Phone: 678-842-6944
Fax: 678-842-6946

Students Enjoy Strong Message

Video Vignettes


Important Parent Survey!

Annually, the Georgia Department of Education requests parent input regarding the climate at each Georgia School.  They collect this input through Parent Surveys.  You may complete this 24-item survey on a computer, smart phone, or tablet.  


Your participation in this survey helps King Springs.  Thank you for taking time to answer the questions.

Support the Pride


New Computer Lab on 2-5 Campus


Staff 2015-2016


School Picture Information
Order Form


King Springs Students Participate in Must Ministries
Back-to-School Supplies Program

Important Bus Information
found Here

Transportation Information

Supply Lists for this School Year

Kindergarten - 2nd Grade
3rd - 5th Grade


King Springs Science Olympiad

Team advances to State Competition in their first year together! Saturday, May 16th, at Kennesaw State University

Project-Based Learning at its best!

Author/Illustrator, James Ransome, visits King Springs Elementary

Read Across America 2015

KSE 3rd Grade Student takes 1st Place in Cobb County Science Fair!

Big congrats to Springer Science Olympians - placed in the top 10 in 10 of the 18 activities out of 33 Cobb schools - the largest comp in the state!

KSE K-5 Chess Team wins and heads to State Competition

Here is part of our awesome Robotics Team of 10. Way to go Springers! Robotics FLL award winner for Programming Excellence!! Thanks Greg, Ms. S., and Ms. G. for all your hard work and dedication.

District/Board Calendar

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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.