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  • Trivia Night, organized by the PTO: All McKinley middle school students are invited to attend the PTO's Trivia Night, coming up on Friday, April 23.  Here are the details:

    • Location: Virtual
    • Date/Time: Friday 4/23/2021, 6:30 pm
    • To sign up: Parents/guardians, complete this form by April 16th.
    • Questions?  Contact

    mckinleyptoboard@gmail.com

     

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  • NJHS & Earth Month 2021: McKinley’s National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is actively participating in Earth Month 2021 throughout the month of April and encourages the entire school community to take action as well!  To learn more about how you can play your part, visit this website from the St. Louis Earth Day organization containing a variety of activities and events.

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  • Book Fair (online only): April 12-25, 2021: Here is a flyer with a link to the book fair's website.

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  • Bell Schedule (effective 4th quarter 2020-21): LINK

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  • 3/10/2021 McKinley Newsletter: LINK, containing 4th quarter information

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    Immunization Requirements: See the following links for school immunization requirements at the state and district levels.  Contact Nurse Regina Johnson (regina.johnson@slps.org) for more information:

     ** Missouri School Immunization Requirements one-pager: LINK

    ** District information containing some immunization requirements and resources that are free or low-cost: LINK

     

     

     

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Upcoming Events

MAP Testing 2021

  • Ms. King's MAP Video Message

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    MAP Testing Schedule Spring 2021

    Per the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, all students are required to test in person this school year.  Below, you will find a summarized MAP schedule for McKinley students. All students will test in small groups and COVID safety protocols will remain in place.  Wearing a mask is required for anyone entering the building along with a temperature scan.  Students may bring a lunch or be provided school lunch and will eat in their testing locations.  As noted below, students not testing will complete asynchronous work from home due to teachers proctoring exams.  The time frame for each day of testing is the length of a regular school day, 7:00 am - 1:00 pm.  All students will enter through door 12 (Missouri Ave).  Please pay special attention to which group your student is assigned and which day(s) they are testing.  8th-grade students are required to come for two days of testing.  6th and 7th-grade students will attend one day for testing.  To make this a smooth testing season, we ask that you please ensure your child attends the correct day.  Make-up days will be announced at a later date based on need.  We plan for students to test on laptop or desktop computers, however, students may bring their school-issued device as a backup piece of technology.  We will have pencils, headphones, and calculators available for use or students may bring their own.  

    8th Grade:

    Group 1: Last Name, Agnew – Klug will test in-person on April 20 (ELA) & April 22 (Math & Science) (On April 21 & 23 you are not testing.  You will complete asynchronous work at home in courses with the following teachers: Scott, Rao, Baker, Plyler)

    Group 2: Last Name, Kugic – Yee will test in-person on April 21 (ELA) & April 23 (Math & Science) (On April 20 & 22 you are not testing.  You will complete asynchronous work at home in courses with the following teachers: Scott, Rao, Baker, Plyler)

     

    6th Grade:  

    Group 1: Last Name, A-L will test in-person on April 27 (ELA & Math) (On April 28 you are not testing.  You will complete asynchronous work at home in courses with the following teachers: Stortzum, Miller, Fierge, Hemmer)

    Group 2: Last Name, M-Z will test in-person on April 28 (ELA & Math) (On April 27 you are not testing.  You will complete asynchronous work at home in courses with the following teachers: Stortzum, Miller, Fierge, Hemmer)

     

    7th Grade: 

    Group 1: Last Name, A-L will test in-person on April 29 (ELA & Math) (On April 30 you are not testing.  You will complete asynchronous work at home in courses with the following teachers: Graneto, Schmidt, Heibeck, Hamilton) 

    Group 2: Last Name, M-Z will test in-person on April 30 (ELA & Math) (On April 29 you are not testing.  You will complete asynchronous work at home in courses with the following teachers:  Graneto, Schmidt, Heibeck, Hamilton)

     

    Edmentum Students:  Grades 6, 7, 8: You will test in person on May 6, 2021 from 7:10 am to 1:00 pm.  

     

Welcome to McKinley

Principal's Corner

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Mission and Vision

  • Our Mission: The mission of McKinley Classical Leadership Academy is to dedicate itself to developing each student's leadership skills and to create a rigorous learning environment where high ability learners are empowered to graduate and become successful in an ever-changing global society.

    Our Vision: McKinley Classical Leadership Academy endeavors to prepare its students for the 21st Century to be world-class leaders of character, academic superiority, and cultural awareness.  McKinley CLA will accomplish this goal in the context of an urban, multiracial, multicultural community lead by a highly qualified instructional staff. 


     

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  • Food Stamp Update

    An application is being developed to provide a meal-replacement benefit through SNAP under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020. DESE will share details as soon as they are available. Read more from USDA about the Pandemic EBT here.

    DESE has worked with the Department of Social Services (DSS) to update the DSS Family Support Division recording and the information being shared about P-EBT. This message previously instructed families to contact their local school district. However, this was incorrect information. The message has been revised to say the following: “This benefit is not yet available. You will be contacted to apply when applications are available.”

    For questions, please direct families to call 855-FSD-INFO or 855-373-4636, M-F 6am to 6pm, Saturday 8am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 3pm.

     

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