First Day of School - Thursday, August 25, 2016
Minimum Day - August 31
Minimum Day - September 2, 7, 14, 21, 28
Labor Day - September 5
Back-to-School Night - September 15
Progress Report Night - September 28 (2:30 - 6pm)
Minimum Day - October 5, 12, 19, 26
First Quarter Ends - October 28
Halloween Dance - October 28
Staff Development Day- October 31
7th Grade Orientation: turn in documents, take school picture/ID card, and pick up class schedule
8th Grade Orientation: turn in documents, take school picture/ID card and pick up class schedule
View welcome back letter in English.
View welcome back letter in Spanish.
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Hayward Unified School District's Enrollment Center has taken over the registration process for 7th and 8th grade students beginning June 23rd. The enrollment center is located at the Parent Resource Center HUB - 24823 Soto Rd - Room 18. You may access all registration information and forms on the Hayward Unified School District's enrollment website at www.husd.us/registration .
The enrollment center is open from 8 to 5p Monday – Friday and any questions you may have can be directed at 510-723-3857 ex 34215.
Enrollment Center Summer Work Hours
Step 1: Visit the HUSD Enrollment Center at www.husd.us/registration and fill out the registration forms found in the sidebar
Step 2: Once you have completed your registration forms, schedule an appointment online (a valid email address is required to schedule an appointment)
Step 3: Bring a copy of your completed forms as well as required enrollment documents to Parent Resource Center HUB - 24823 Soto Rd - Room 18.
All required documents must be brought to the enrollment appointment or you will be required to reschedule. Enrollment is done by appointment only.
HUSD 2016 Science Fair Winner
Congratulations Kimberly Babasa for winning first place at the Science Fair, held on May 30th.
King Cobras Celebrate First Place at the Annual Made in Hayward Step Competition
Latino Recognition Night
ML King Principal with students being recognized at the Latino Recognition Night. Over 60 students received awards. Congratulations to all!
Cobra Show Choir Rocks Open House
ML King’s show choir performed for parents and staff at our annual open house. Everyone in the audience was truly amazed by the students’ talent. Following the performance parents toured the campus and visited classrooms where examples of student work were displayed. MLK appreciates the support of our parents and community. GO COBRAS!
Alexis Dominates Boxing Exhibition Sponsored by the Deputy Sheriffs' Activities League
MLK Welcomes New Mentor—DeAndre Carter
New England Patriot DeAndre Carter has joined the FAMM team at MLK. He first volunteered to help Darius Smith and Jordan Robinson work on a Black History Month project. Both Darius and Jordan are submitting speeches for the Oratorical Fest. DeAndre will be conducting both individual and small group sessions to help students develop student voice, gain confidence and self-esteem, and learn to work collaboratively with other students.
Rotary Scholar Award Winners
MLK students Melany Flores and Chris Basco were recognized during the third annual presentation of the Hayward Rotary Scholar awards. These awards go to local youth who demonstrate outstanding performance in school. Hayward Mayor Barbara Halliday and Superintendent Stan Dobbs addressed a packed house at the Hayward Rotary Scholar Luncheon on December 7th. This year, Hayward Rotary Club honored four outstanding students who achieved perfect test scores, perfect attendance, and perfect citizenship. Of the four students recognized, two were from ML King Middle School. Melany and Chris received gift cards and other prizes donated by Rotarians. Mrs. Santos would like to give a special “shout out: to Chris Basco who has been designated Rotary Scholar two years in a row. Congratulations to Melany and Chris!
Last week, King Middle School students competed in the annual First LEGO League Robotics tournament. This year the challenge was called the TRASH TREK. The TRASH TREK Challenge is about what happens to things when we’re done with them, or the materials they’re made from. The students were challenged to imagine how we as a society might be able to innovate our way toward ZERO waste one day. The first guiding principle of the robot games is to compete hard against problems, while treating people with respect and kindness. The Robot Game is developed and produced so students can:
Throughout the tournament the MLK team displayed a very positive attitude and continuously worked to improve their robot's programs. As students interacted with several other teams from various schools and youth organizations, they exhibited good sportsmanship and represented King Middle School well. These competitors not only did an outstanding job during their competition, but also conducted themselves in a courteous and gracious manner. MLK would also like to thank Ms. Molina and Mrs. Hanif for all the hard work and dedication that they put into making this team what it is. Their efforts were very apparent during the competition.
Electronic Flyer Delivery Starts January 6, 2016
Our school is getting ready to launch a new electronic flyer communication tool called “Peachjar.” To view schoolapproved eflyers, simply click the Peachjar button on the school’s website.
This “green” initiative will save our schools tons of paper and reduce copy costs by thousands of dollars. On top of that, posting school flyers in this electronic backpack removes a significant administrative burden from teachers, office staff, and volunteers.
No action is required on your part. You will receive a welcome email from our service provider (Peachjar) that includes a username and password. This is provided to give you the opportunity to manage your account and flyer delivery preferences. You do not need to login to receive or view school eflyers.
To ensure smooth delivery of this communication, we suggest you add “email@example.com” to your email contacts. When you receive your first eflyer, be sure to click “always display images.”
This system is used exclusively for distribution of schoolapproved flyers. Your email address will not be shared or used for any other purpose.
Thank you for supporting our efforts to ensure parents are well informed about school programs, activities, and events.
Drama Class Performs Frankenstein
"Being in Frankenstein was like being in a dream. Although it took me about 3 months to memorize all my lines, and while hating the script for being so much work, I still enjoyed being an important actress in so many scenes. This play helped me visualize how it will be like if I ever get an acting career when I get older, but with much harder work. Even though many people got nervous and many forgot their lines, myself included, we still had a great time acting in the play no matter how many tears we shed."
Meet Barbara Meier, New Assistant Principal
Barbara Meier, new Assistant Principal at Martin Luther King Middle School, comes to HUSD by way of Livermore High School, and though she loved being a Livermore Cowboy, she is morphing nicely into a King Cobra. She has over twenty years of teaching experience, including high school, middle school, and even a stint teaching Navy and Marine students out at Moffat, but the energy and enthusiasm that she finds on the King campus bring fun to a whole new level. Ms. Meier grew up on the shores of Lake Michigan, just north of Chicago, but has traded Lake Michigan for the Pacific Ocean and the Chicago Bulls for the Golden State Warriors. However, she graduated from Duke University and her one true basketball love will forever be the Duke Blue Devils. She holds a Masters in Education from Stanford University and a Masters in English from San Jose State and is excited to bring her education and experience here to King and to learn from the wonderful students and staff here at King.
Welcome Back Cobras
Welcome Back Cobras!
The new school year has started with some exciting activities including the Million Father March and Superintendent Dobb’s Made in Hayward Pledge campaign. The first week, students were treated to a DJ playing music and the staff providing frozen treats during lunch. Leadership students created a fun atmosphere by holding a water balloon tossing contest. They have many other events planned to keep the King Cobras engaged in their school.
Please join us in the multi-purpose room for Back To School Night on Thursday, September 17th starting at 6:00 pm.