The M.L King Jr. Community School goal is to provide innovative programming that responds to the needs of the community and we are always searching out new ideas. .
We also sponsor community events and activities, such as early release day activities for school children, community gatherings, senior citizen events and field trips, winter and spring vacation programs and summer camp.
No Class Days
Regular classes will not run on early release days, holidays, snow days, or school graduation days. Children must be registered in advance to attend any early release day trips.
Age Ranges for Classes
We set them sometimes based on content but often with the intent of creating a cooperative social experience for children. If it is appropriate for our teaching staff, children who are younger or older than the recommended age range for a particular class are welcome to enroll. Please talk to Martha if you have questions.
Questions, Comments, or Suggestions
Please call Martha Sandoval at 617.349.6269 or email her.
The City of Cambridge and the M.L. King Neighborhood Council and Community School does not discriminate in providing services on the basis of race, religion, national origin, cultural heritage, political beliefs, sexual preference, marital status, or disability. The Community School Program will provide auxiliary aids and services, written materials in alternative formats, and reasonable modifications in policies to qualified individuals with disabilities upon request.
The Department of Human Service Programs welcomes individuals with disabilities in all of its Out of School Time Programs. DHSP will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities who meet the basic eligibility requirements of the OST Programs or who with the provision of reasonable accommodations will be able to meet the basic eligibility requirements, to facilitate equal participation for those individuals in existing OST Programs.
Drop-in Office Hours