was built in 1928 and has a strong tie with the community. We have
students whose parents and even grandparents attended McKinley. Staff
members are faithful McKinley supporters with long, dedicated tenures.
Two of the instructional assistants have served the school for almost
thirty years and a third of the staff have worked at the school for
10-20+ years. McKinley serves 450 students from kindergarten through fifth
grade. McKinley's school population of students is comprised of a
rich mixture of language and cultural backgrounds. Our staff values language
diversity and speaks many languages. Many members of our staff speak
two or more languages. McKinley is a Title I school. Our families who fall within that category receive free or reduced lunches. McKinley's
mission "We Deliver" grew from the diverse backgrounds and needs of our
students. Budgets and programs reflect these special needs
Physical Education Information
All McKinley students in third, fourth, and fifth grade are required to participate P.E. instruction. Our students receive 50 minutes of instruction every Monday and Wednesday.
Click on this P.E. link.
Important School Information 2011-2012
Find out everything you need to know about McKinley
To view the monthly school calendar click on the
Notas de Ausentia
Don't forget...when your child is absent from school you need to send them back with a note within 3 days of their absence. Follow this link to print out an absence note to use.
NEW!! Off-Schedule note to allow student to leave campus early. Form must be submitted to the teacher at the beginning of the school day.
Print one here.
Want to know "what's for lunch?" check out the APRIL MENU
EZSCHOOL PAY makes it easy to always have lunch money available for your child.
Follow this EZSCHOOL PAY link to sign up.
The Power of an Hour!
Hundreds of research studies show that when you get involved, your children do better in school.Can we count on you to volunteer just one hour for a PTA or school event? Click on the link above. You'll be able to print the form and fill out. You may drop it into the PTA box, inside the school office. By helping with your PTA, you'll be helping your child succeed at school!
The Burbank Unified School District has 11 Elementary Schools, 3 Middle Schools and 3 High Schools. To learn more about each one, click the link.
To learn more about the State PTA positions on current legislation, click the link above. California PTA en Español