October 2, 2022

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Thank you to Mr. John, Mr. Steve and all other members of the King custodial team. We appreciate everything you do!

Dates to Know

  • October 5: School Closed: Yom Kippur
  • October 7: School Closed: Professional Development
  • Oct. 10 - No School: Columbus Day / Indigenous Peoples' Day
  • October 11 & 12: Vision & Hearing Screening
  • Oct. 13 - Early Release: Parent Conferences
  • Oct. 20 - Early Release: Parent Conferences
  • Oct. 27 - Early Release: Parent Conferences

Thank you to everyone for your support of our Ultimate Lion Challenge Fundraiser! It was an amazing experience for our students. We are less than $1,000 from our goal!

From Nurse Renault

Vision and hearing screening is coming up soon and I am looking for a few bold parent volunteers to help out. Our screening dates are October 11th and 12th. If you are able to help, please be sure that you have completed a CORI form. No experience is necessary, I will show you what to do. The link to volunteer is:

From Your Specialists!

Hi Families! This year, our specialist team wants you to be able to take a look inside our classrooms. This is the first of many "Specialists Corner" for you to see the fun activities we're doing, and communicate any upcoming events or activities!

Here is our first edition of "Specialists Corner!"

Information from PTO

*What a day Friday was! The kids and staff did an amazing job completing all of the obstacle courses during the first annual King Ultimate Lion Challenge! Thank you to everyone in the King community and beyond for all that you did to raise money. A huge thank you to Viking Sports, Mr Bergeron, and Ms Gelardi for their help and support but especially to our VP of Fundraising Sandy Fallon who worked so hard and planned hours upon hours to make this event fun and successful! Thank you Sandy and Viking!

As of 7:30am Sunday the community has raised $22,617! Donations can still be made! Let's hit $23,000!

*Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate back to school, a successful King Ultimate Lion Challenge, and our community at the Kona Ice Cream Social Friday night! We hope everyone enjoyed their yummy treat, got to talk with other families, and had a great time! Thank you to our VP of Community Events Beth Folsom for planning such a wonderful night!

*Our October PTO meeting will coincide with Dr Tremblay's visit to King and will be Wednesday October 26 at 7pm. More info to come.

*It's October so that means it's Trunk or Treat month! If you'd like to help to volunteer with this super fun annual community event, please email or fill out the volunteer form here Please also visit to add and/or update your directory info, read about upcoming events, and so much more!

Meet the King Staff!

Parent Teacher Home Visit Program

In case you missed this, the District has recently announced that we are resuming the home visits program in partnership with Parent Teacher Home Visits, a non-profit, grassroots network, in an effort to build stronger relationships with our families. Please read Dr. Tremblay’s letter about this program on the FPS Website:

Allergy Friendly Classrooms

  • We ask that snacks (that are often eaten in the classroom) do not include nuts or nut butters. All classroom spaces at King this year will be allergy friendly rooms. Students are, however, allowed to have nuts and nut butters as part of their lunches in the cafeteria.
  • In the cafeteria each classroom has 2 tables. One is labeled allergy friendly. We ask that any students that have nut or nut butter allergies sit at these tables; we ask that any students who have nut or nut butters as part of their lunch sit at the other tables.
  • Students have been introduced to this in the cafeteria already, and will be reminded by their classroom teachers again.

Pick Up & Drop Off: Please pay careful attention to directions from staff as well!

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Bus Information

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School hours

Doors open: 8:50am
Breakfast: 8:50am - 9:05am
School begins: 9:05am
School dismissal: 3:20pm

*Early release dismissal: 12:55pm (lunch is served)
*Half day dismissal: 12:20pm (lunch is not served)

Office: 508-782-7201
Attendance Line: 508-782-7201
Fax: 508-788-0792


Please let us know if you have any questions.

James Bergeron -

Julie Gelardi -