7th grade GAT – Think-like a Mathematician (Nov. 2017)

7th grade GAT – Think-like a Mathematician (Nov. 2017)

7th-graders were math detectives at work solving a system of equations clue to find who was the thief that stole the ice block needed for a gala. After solving that crime, they headed to the Los Angeles Zoo to collect evidence for their annual Zoopalooza project, a cross-curricular study of animals, their habitats, and the dangers threatening their existence. Students will work in all areas of this research project, from science and history to math and English. See pictures of their zoo adventure here.

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8th grade GAT – Think-like a Researcher (Nov. 2017)

Blast to the past as the 8th-graders researched technology they believed to be obsolete, dead, or dying for our annual Day of the Dead Technology Project. To see their memorials to these dearly departed devices, take a look at this slideshow of the altars. As a celebration of their work and the machines, the 8th-graders invited classes, teachers, and parents to join in on the celebration with a gallery of the altars in the library. See pictures of the event here.

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THOR:RAGNAROK screening – 11/12/17

A huge THANK YOU to Pacific Theaters 18 at The Americana for a super fun screening of THOR:RAGNAROK on Sunday, November 12th. Our hosts gave 100% of the proceeds to T.S. King, and they even organized a trivia and handed out some prizes to our excited Kingsters!

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6th grade GAT – Think-like an Advocate (Oct. 2017)

To make a curricular connection to the topics discussed following the Sandy Hook Promise: Say Something Assembly, Mr. Gabriel’s classes wrote poems and made flyers, bumper stickers, and short films.  We are currently in the Second Step Unit of Health, focusing on topics of empathy and communication, bullying prevention, and emotion management.

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Halloween Costume Parade 2017

The KSNC kids went out around campus Tuesday morning a scooped up all the cutest, creative, and creepiest costumes they could find.  Then lined everyone up and paraded them around on our live show.  Each student got a short interview to talk about their costume.  Some were homemade and some were store bought, but all were fantastic!

You can also view KSNC’s costume parade broadcast here: https://www.ustream.tv/recorded/109436076

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Daddy’s Home 2 Movie Premiere – Nov. 2017

On Sunday, November 5, animation students were invited to the red carpet to welcome the stars from Paramount Pictures ‘Daddy’s Home 2’.  Many students were able to take pics and collect the autographs of many of the stars from the film, Mark Walhberg, John Cena, Will Ferrell and Mel Gibson.  After the red carpet welcome, students were treated to the movie.

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Lego Ninjago Movie Premiere – Sept. 2017

100 Animation students attended Warner Bros. Pictures ‘Lego Ninjago Movie’ on Saturday, September 16, 2017.  Fun was had by all and all students attending, walked the green carpet of the premiere!

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T.S. King Flag Football Team Brings Trophy Home – Oct. 2017

Huge Congratulations to our King Lions 6th Grade flag football team!! First place victory in the East District Regional Finals, and now heading to All-District City Championships!! Thank You to our Beyond the Bell coaches, and all the great Lion athletes participating in after school sports!

 

 

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Coming Out Day – Oct. 2017

Kudos to our school’s fabulous gay-straight alliance club for organizing a fun celebration of kids coming out as allies, gay, straight, best friends, …

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Rainbow Bake Sale – Oct. 2017

Many volunteers manning the tables were current King families or King alumni. Some of the volunteer students are part of the Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) at T.S. King. At the GSA, all students are welcome to discuss LGBT issues and launch anti-bullying campaigns throughout the school.

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