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10/12/17

October 12- Air Quality Update

Air quality in Davis has improved over the last 18 hours, but wildfires continue in our region. District and school leaders will continue to monitor conditions throughout the day and modify outside activities accordingly.  We will post any updates to Facebook and the DJUSD website news at www.djusd.net

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10/11/17

Dear Parent/Guardian:

Today, October 11, experts have determined the air quality in Davis is unhealthy for all groups. The smoke from wildfires in our region continues to impact our city and county.

School remains in session but we continue to monitor the situation and the communications from the Yolo Solano Air Quality Management District and the County of Yolo.  Safety remains a top priority for our school community.  Individuals are encouraged to stay indoors with windows closed.   Students arriving at school this morning will be directed inside to multipurpose rooms or classrooms.  Students will remain indoors during recess, lunch and PE.  Athletic activities are being reviewed and updates will be available on the District and Davis website and Facebook throughout the day.  

If you have a student with health concerns, please contact your school office.

Further questions about smoke conditions can be sent to Maria Clayton,  DJUSD Public Information Officer at mclayton@djusd.net.

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9/11/17


 

Important Announcement

Job Portfolio and Community College Application/FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) workshops at King in September and October 2017.

 

Today we announced hands-on workshops offered during the 11:30-12:30 time window; the Community College Application/FAFSA workshops are for seniors who will be graduating this year and plan to attend community college. In this workshop, students will create their Community College accounts online as well as create their FSA IDs and begin (and hopefully submit!) application information for FAFSA. If students are declared dependents on parents/guardians’ tax returns, they will need to have last year’s 2016 tax information available for this workshop – a paper copy is fine but student’s will need that information to identify financial need and as a result, resources available for community college! The FAFSA application time window opens in October.

 

The other workshop: Job Portfolio - is for all students who want to create a resume, cover letter as well as submit one job application (online or paper). We have various paper copies of job applications of local retailers and businesses in the Davis area.

 

Credits will be awarded for participation. All graduating seniors must have a Job Portfolio completed. Encourage your students to attend. Please note that if your student is currently enrolled in Careers/Life Skills class, this workshop curriculum will be covered in class. Sign up for the 11:30-12:30 workshops at the Counseling Corner in the main room.

 

Email counselor Michele Andrew (mandrew@djusd.net) with any questions.

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GREETINGS FROM OUR PRINCIPAL

Hello King Families! We are off to a really fantastic start to the school year. We have a great group of returning and new students. Here are some highlights for your as we move into September:

 

 

  • Monday, September 4th, is Labor Day so we do not have school that day.
  • We are in need of two parents to serve on our site council this year. The meetings are from 11:30-12:30 approximately 6 times a year. This is an important role as you help decided on and approve the goals and

Money allotment for those goals. Please send me a 2-3 sentence biography if you are interested so we can have an electronic vote.

  • Your student should have brought home a handbook and will be bringing home course descriptions for each of their classes (except for Jumpstart and Study Skills.) Please review them and let us know if you have any questions.
  • The Wellness Center is going to be open every Wednesday from 10-2:00 p.m. We hope your students take advantage of the services.
  • If your student has not completed the online enrollment, please assist them in doing so as soon as possible.
  • We encourage your student to download the Stop!t app today. It is a great tool to anonymously report bullying, vandalism, or health and safety concerns. Students can send text, pictures or apps from their phone and my admin team (me, the counselor, and my teacher in charge,) can receive those messages. The app looks like this:

(Click on the above StopIt pic to go to their website to get more information and links to download the app)

 

 

  • Please remember my door is always open to you and I can be reached quickly by email at mflowers@djusd.net

 

 

Respectfully,

Michelle Flowers

Principal, Martin Luther King (Jr.) High School

530-757-5425

 

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King High School in the NEWS:

The following is from The Davis Enterprise:

King High holds festive graduation

By Jeff HudsonFrom page A1 | June 09, 2017

Martin Luther King High School celebrated the achievement of 31 graduates on ...more

Common Core

DJUSD provides resources to parents about the Common Core Standard state tests that will be implemented soon at the DJUSD website: http://www.djusd.net/ccss

 

 

King High School History

King High School was established in 1970 by two teachers, Jim O'Keefe and Sharon Reynolds, a secretary; Barbara Martin, and principal, Jack Reinwand. The building was in two trailers on what is now ...more

Today: 10/17/17

KING HIGH BIKE SHOP

The King High School runs a professional Bike shop, and it is once again open for the school year! Please like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/King-High-Bike-Shop-1482188598702146/?fref=ts Untitled1.png

Need a copy of your school records?

School transcripts are an official record of your high school career and they can be requested from the last school of attendance. King High School has all transcripts for students who have attended King. You can request your transcripts: 

  • Call the school at (530) 757-5425 
  • Email the school registrar- mortega@djusd.net
  • Stop by the school office during business hours

Transcripts are free and can be mailed, faxed or emailed. Diplomas are not an official school document and are not able to be duplicated.