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McKinley Elementary

If It Is To Be, It Is Up To Me, Because There's a Leader In Me
McKinley students on CBS-47.
Principal Colette Bolger and Teresa Mendoza.
Autism Awareness.

Upcoming Events

McKinley Spring Concert

Time: 6 PM – 7 PM
Location: El Capitan Middle School, 4443 W Weldon Ave, Fresno, CA 93722, USA
May 30
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Swim lessons

Central Aquatics Swim Lessons

Central Unified Aquatics Complex offers swim classes for ages 3 and up and all skill levels and need. Swim sessions =$75/each. Click on the title above to register through the Fresno PARCS.
Grizzlies at the Grizzlies

Grizzlies at the Grizzlies

Get ready to bring your family out to Chukchansi Park on Saturday, May 26 for the Central Unified School District Night, "Grizzlies at the Grizzlies". Tickets are now available in room 11 at the District Office for the Fresno Grizzlies baseball game. ALL Central Unified student tickets are free and $4 for accompanying adults--please bring cash as we don't take credit cards. *NOTE: these tickets MUST BE PURCHASED BEFORE THE SCHEDULED GAME ON FRIDAY, MAY 25. THEY WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AT THE STADIUM. For more info, please click on the attachment above.

Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten registration for the 2018-2019 school year in Central Unified has started! You can call your home school in the Central Unified School District with any questions you have about the process. If you are unsure of your home school location, go to --> Quick Links --> Find Your School. You can also call the Transportation Department at 275-9734. They will verify your child’s school of attendance based on your home address.

Movie Night #2

Leadership did a great job hosting our second leadership night.

Saturday School Update!

Hello McKinley tigers just a friendly reminder about our Saturday School schedule changing, make sure to check it out!
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Principal's Message

Tigers are taking the lead!

Hello Tiger Families, Today more than ever children interact with people of differing ethnicities, religions, and cultures. Their circle of friends, their schoolmates, and their athletic teams are much more diverse than those of even a generation ago. The person who learns to be open to differences will have more opportunities in education, business, and many other aspects of life. Your child's success depends on being able to understand, appreciate, and includes others. Families who understand the 7 Habits come to realize that the 7 Habits encourage and welcome inclusiveness and respect for diversity as well as having integrity to one’s own beliefs: Habit 1: Be Proactive • You’re in Charge: Take responsibility for your thoughts and actions. Habit 2: Begin With the End in Mind • Have a Plan: Know what you want and what you value and believe. Habit 3: Put First Things First • Work First, Then Play: Live by your values and beliefs. Habit 4: Think Win-Win • Everyone Can Win: Think mutual benefit with others. Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood • Listen Before You Talk: Seek to understand others and to be understood by others. Habit 6: Synergize • Together is Better: Creatively cooperate with others. Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw • Balance Feels Best: Continuously renew your body, brain, heart, and soul. When we as a community, encourage learning and living the 7 Habits we are teaching our children to respect diversity while always acting with integrity to their own principles and values. Principal, Colette Bolger

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