News & Announcements

Lifetouch Fall Pictures, October 1st

Lifetouch will be coming to McKinley on Friday, October 1st and will be taking Fall photos. The photos will be on contactless and we will be taking all safety precautions. Please send your child to school ready for a nice photo. Click on the heading for the flyer.

Kick Off the School Year Fund Drive

We would like to invite all of our McKinley families and friends to help our school raise the funds to support our students with supplies, busses for field trips, assemblies, and many more. 100% of the proceeds go back to students to make their school year as successful as possible. Please click on the headline to find out how you can help.

Parker-Anderson Enrichment

We are glad to offer an after school enrichment activity for the Fall. Your child will learn some culinary skills with the South of the Border
Favorites class. Students will learn to tantalize their taste buds and have fun with new and different recipes each week. Click the heading for details.

Student Not Feeling Well? Next Steps.

If your student is experiencing symptoms that are listed by the CDC and LADPH as possible symptoms for COVID-19, they may be sent home. Your child must meet 1 of the listed criteria before returning to school. Click heading for more information.

Parent Information Night Video

If you were unable to join us on August 26th for Parent Information Night, don't worry. It was recorded, however, this is only the recording of the general session. You would need to reach out to your child's teacher for a recording of their session if it is available.

Welcome to McKinley Town Hall Meeting Video

Thank you to our parents who attended the McKinley Town Hall Meeting on August 19th. If were unable to attend but would like to know what was discussed, here is a video of the meeting. Again, please reach out to our office if you have questions.

Big Brothers, Big Sisters on Campus

Students at McKinley Elementary School have the opportunity to participate in the School Based Mentoring program of Big Brothers Big Sisters. In the program, a child is "matched" with a volunteer Big Brother or Big Sister from high school. The volunteer will visit once a week to spend about one hour per week with your child reading, working on schoolwork, relationship building activities, playing games, sports, etc. The activities will take place after school, not outside the school grounds. If you would like your child to have this opportunity, please click the link for an application and more information.

Parent Information Guide

As we transition back to in-person instruction, here is some information for parents to prepare for the new school year. If you have further questions, please free to call our office. Click on the heading.

After School Care Available

Options for Learning and Park/Rec services will be available for the 21-22 school year. The services are free and on a first come, first serve basis. If you would like your child to participate, click on the heading for more information.
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