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King High school accepts students on a case by case basis at the beginning of each quarter. An exception to the rule are those students who move into Davis that have been attending a continuation ...more

2017 Graduates!



King School Site Council


King School Site Council

October 27th

11:30-12:30 pm



  1. Introductions
  2. Review agenda (approve agenda)
  3. Update on Safety Plan
  4. New binders
  5. Start reviewing site goals
  6. Review Actions of last year’s council (Budget)
  7. WASC



Next meeting December 1st

King High School News



6th Annual Parent Engagement Night 

Wednesday, April 25 at Emerson Junior High, 6:00-8:00pm

Parents, community members, district teachers, staff and principals are invited for an evening of presentations and keynote speakers, including Mayor Rob Davis. Together we will learn about wellness and health coping skills for students, social media and internet safety, how to promote inclusion through school climate committees, and how our newly ratified Graduate Profile will drive innovation in DJUSD classrooms. Join us for a very full evening of collective learning. This is a no cost event, child care and Spanish translation services are provided. More information and registration can be found on the Parent Engagement Website.


Announcing the Safety Task Force

Davis Joint Unified recognizes that the issue of student safety is not something we face alone, nor something we can fully address in isolation. To strengthen our safety net, we need our community’s support to identify risks and find ways to implement improvements in a timely manner.


The Davis Joint Unified School District cordially invites you to participate in a Safety Task Force. The Safety Task Force is designed to provide the Davis Joint Unified District with community input on a spectrum of safety-related considerations, challenges and solutions. The Safety Task Force process will also serve to direct feedback to a variety of school safety-related plans, including our Facilities Master Plan, scheduled to be finalized in May for Board of Education consideration.


All Safety Task Force meetings will take place in April 2018, and please see the schedule here. The Task Force meetings are open to the public and will include Spanish language interpretation.



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




Michelle Flowers

Principal, Martin Luther King (Jr.) High School



“At King we are present, positive, and productive!”

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:



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: 4/20/18


The King High School runs a professional Bike shop, and it is once again open for the school year! Please like us on Facebook! 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-
  • 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.