King’s Fork Middle School is committed to providing a challenging education so that students are equipped with basic as well as critical thinking skills in order to be productive in the competitive, technological, and culturally diverse society of the 21st century. By using the teaming approach, faculty and staff are able to meet together to monitor student progress as well as plan lessons and share teaching strategies. The Accelerated Reader program is part of the instructional day for all students. This state-of-the-art facility includes a distance learning laboratory, Media Center with a technology laboratory, and a full-sized gymnasium designed for after-school community use. All classrooms are connected to the Media Center via telephone, LAN, and computer controlled overhead projectors. Each classroom has a computer connected to a overhead projectors as well as at least two additional computers so that students may participate in technology enhanced instruction.
Sixth Grade Transition Night Wednesday, August 20 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. * Enjoy pizza and a drink from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. (student plus 2 guests) * Tour the building and learn how to read a student’s schedule * Meet teachers, guidance counselors, and administrators * Find answers for their questions about middle …View full post
August 1-3, 2014: School Supplies and Clothing During this three-day period, purchases of certain school supplies, clothing and footwear will be exempt from the Virginia sales tax. Each eligible school supply item must be priced at $20 or less, and each eligible article of clothing and footwear must be priced at $100 or less. For …View full post
Jaguars Making a Difference is a volunteer program established to help students become actively involved in their community. It seeks to extend classroom experiences into the working world which will allow students to make the connection between their educational goals and a sense of awareness and concern for society at large. Students participating in this …View full post