Portland Public Schools
Portland, Oregon

King School

Building a Community of Learners

4906 NE 6th | Portland, OR 97211
Phone: (503) 916-6456 | Fax: (503) 916-2647

Portland Public Schools 2025 - Take the survey!

April 1-May 1: Enrollment at PPS is expected to grow by thousands in the next decade. Take the 17-question PPS2025 survey to help shape change as we grow: in all supported languages online at Oregon's Kitchen Table or go the PPS2025 webpage to download a PDF and view frequently asked questions (FAQs).

Welcome to King

 

King PK-8 School is a thriving Turnaround Arts and International Baccalaureate school in the heart of Northeast Portland. Please check out the following new features on our Web site: a slideshow on the About Us page, Turnaround Arts and IB blog pages and short bios on the Staff Pages.

 

School News and Announcements

The Chinese New Year event at King school was a huge success! Our cafeteria was packed. It was truly a multi-level collaboration between students, teachers, families, and community members. All participants wowed at such a precious experience. Students’ reactions were priceless. The whole school was filled with joy, harmony, and appreciation. 

Click Here to see photos on the Mandarin Immersion page.


King School students perform before Portland City Council on arts funding

Click here to watch the video


Connect to Kindergarten
February 11th 5:30pm-6:30pm 
Childcare will be provided
February 12th 9:30am-10:30am  
Please come and join us to learn about our Kindergarten programs here at
 Dr. Martin Luther King School!

 Coffee Chat and Tour with Principal Berg
Join Ms. Berg for a tour of our school from 9:00 - 10:00 on one the following Fridays
February 20th, 27th, or March 6th
Please RSVP by email: cjegan@pps.net  

Enrollment and Transfer
Click here to access information on Enrollment and Transfer procedures

Green King!
Watch the video! King neighbors and King School students planting at the Green King Project in Portland, Oregon. Made possible with funds from a Parthers in Conservation grant from East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District. A partnership between King Neighborhood Association, Depave and the NorthEast Coalition of Neighborhoods, among many other organizations.


PSU Partnership


Since 2006, students and faculty in the Portland State University Art and Social Practice MFA Program have been collaborating with community members, museums, organizations, and businesses to create site-specific and participatory projects. As an expansion of this work, the program has established a civic space at King School in Northeast Portland where PSU students are developing their artistic practices in a PK-8 context, creating neighborhood-based art projects, and bringing PSU activities directly to Portland Public Schools to advance socially engaged art education. 


Please visit the new PSU page under our community partners to learn more. 


Right Brain Initiative
King classrooms and students were recently featured in an ad from the Right Brain Initiative. September 2014 marks the beginning of King's fourth year as a Right Brain Initiative partner. You can view the ad by clicking here.



King Calendar

PPS News

Keep up with the PIL: April newsletter

April 17, 2015

Get an update on PIL growth, celebrate Nike's incredible track shoes donation and congratulate Roosevelt's Coach Kelsey on her Comcast Coach of the Year!! April PIL Newsletter

Ipads to help boost early literacy

April 17, 2015
Whitman families were among those who receive free ipads as part of the pilot project to help all students read by third grade. A pilot program at four Portland Public Schools aims to bridge the digital divide while engaging families in helping students boost reading skills. 

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Beaumont students gather Vanport stories before they're lost

April 14, 2015
This is a poster designed by Beaumont students showing images of Vanport. Beaumont Middle School students are learning at the confluence of race relations, cutting-edge technology and college-level history as they preserve the stories of those who lived in Vanport, the Oregon city destroyed by flood waters 67 years ago. [More]

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