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  • 2020 PBIS Community Cares Award Kingsley Gold Ribbon School Title I Achievement Award PBIS Gold Award Logo HUSSC Award

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      • VIDEO: The Independent Order of Odd Fellows Lodge #345 - Donates Backpacks to OMSD Students!

        Video: Congresswoman Norma Torres celebrates National School Lunch Week at Kingsley Elementary

        The Healthier US School Challenge Awards - Video

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      Office and Uniform Information

      • Enrollment and Office Hours

        Starting on August 1st enrollment hours are 9-11 and 1-2 on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Tuesday's enrollment hours are 9-12 and 2-3:30. Families may also complete a pre-enrollment packet online (some documentation will be verified in the office) at


        Student uniforms consist of the following items:

        1. Blue (navy or baby blue preferred) or white top; short or long sleeve shirt with a collar preferred, or approved Kingsley Elementary School Spirit or College/University wear on designated days. Name brand shirts are acceptable as long as the logo is small and inconspicuous.
        2. Navy, black or khaki bottoms; pants, shorts, skirts, skorts, jumpers, or overalls. Blue or black denim without holes or tears is permitted.

        Los uniformes de los estudiantes consisten de los siguientes artículos:

        1. Blusa/Camisa de color —de preferencia azul marino/obscura, azul cielo— o blanca; se prefiere que sean de manga larga o corta y con cuello, o las prendas de vestir aprobadas como Atuendo de Orgullo Escolar de Kingsley o colegio/universidad en los días designados. Las camisas/blusas de marca de renombre son aceptables siempre y cuando el logotipo sea pequeño y discreto.
        2. Pantalones, pantalones cortos, faldas; falda-pantalones, vestidos sin mangas, u overoles de color azul obscura/marino, negros o caqui. Se permite denim azul sin agujeros ni desgarros.

      Homeless or In Transition Students (McKinney Vento Homeless Education Act)

      • All students considered homeless or in transition, includes students who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence, are afforded certain rights under the law:

        • Immediate enrollment, even if family lacks records normally required for enrollment
        • Placement in student’s school of origin, unless is against family’s wishes
        • Transportation to and from student’s school of origin
        • Free school meals

        Please call your child’s school and ask to speak to the Outreach Consultant or Principal for assistance with this process. You may also call OMSD Health & Wellness Services directly at 909-418-6398 or click this link to find out if you qualify for services: Family Support Survey