Martin Luther King (Jr.) High School

Counseling

Welcome to the King High School Counseling Page!

Welcome to King High’s Counseling page.  

 

If you have any counseling-related questions, please contact Michele Andrew at mandrew@djusd.net. Questions may include but are not limited to topics, such as: graduation requirements, options after graduation, mental health and agencies in Yolo County that support DJUSD families and students with services and resources.

 


 

Graduation Requirements

To graduate from King High, a student needs 210 credits. The following are credit requirements (in parentheses) by subject area:

  • English (35)
  • Science (20)
  • Math (10)
  • Algebra (10)
  • Government (5)
  • U.S. History (10)
  • Social Studies (10)
  • Career Ed (5)
  • Economics (5)
  • Fine Art (5)
  • Practical Art (5)
  • P.E. (20)
  • School Service (1)
  • and Electives (69)

 

Students from King receive a high school diploma. Because King is not an A-G school, King graduates may not go straight to a 4 year university but may go to a Community College and then transfer to a 4-year institution.

 


 

Reduced Graduation Requirements

 

If a student qualifies for reduced graduation requirements under Education Code AB1806/AB167/216, then only the state minimum state requirements need to be met. This legislation exempts a homeless or foster youth student who transfers schools after the completion of the student’s 2nd year of high school from coursework/requirements that are in addition to the statewide requirements (of 130 credits), unless the student is reasonably able to complete the King requirements by the end of the student’s 4th year of high school.

 

For more information about King, including credit earning and graduation requirements, please refer to the Student Handbook.

 


 

Community College and Financial Aid - FAFSA

 

Community College

King graduates may apply to the CA Community College system. Los Rios Community College district (includes Sacramento City College) and Woodland Community College are the closest geographically to Davis.

 

More information about Los Rios Community College application process. http://success.losrios.edu/

 

More information about Woodland Community College application process.

https://wcc.yccd.edu/admissions/apply-today/

 


 

Financial Aid

To apply for federal student aid, such as federal grants, work-study, and loans, you need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Completing and submitting the FAFSA is free and easier than ever, and it gives you access to the largest source of financial aid to pay for college or career school.

In addition, many states and colleges use your FAFSA information to determine your eligibility for state and school aid, and some private financial aid providers may use your FAFSA information to determine whether you qualify for their aid. FAFSA assists with determining a student’s financial need, based on college’s cost and Expected Family Contribution (EFC).

Information that is needed for completing the FAFSA:

 

County Student and Family Resources

 

 

Empower Yolo’s Family Resource Centers offer information about resources and services in the area, including assistance with referrals and applications. This is a great “first stop” to get information about local agencies and resources.

http://empoweryolo.org/family-resource-centers/

 

 

FOOD RESOURCES

 

More information re: Yolo Food Bank. Scroll down to see the distribution locations and dates in Davis. Organized by city.

http://www.yolofoodbank.org/resourcemap

 

More information re: STEAC food closet. http://steac.org/program_feedingthehungry.php

 


 

LIST OF COUNTY RESOURCES

 

Calvary Chapel Zamora

(530) 867-2692 [9974 Main St, Zamora]

  • Distributes food every 2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month.
  • Everyone is welcome.

 

Church on the Rock

(530) 406-8579 [630 Cottonwood St, Woodland]

  • Soup kitchen every last Sunday of the month.

 

Davis Community Church: The Snack Sack

(530) 753-2894 [412 C St, Davis]

 

  • Free sack lunch Monday-Friday 11:30am-12:00pm.

 

Davis Community Meals

(530) 756-4008 [640 Hawthorn Ln, Davis]

  • Free dinner every Tuesday & Thursday evening at 5:45pm-6:30pm.
  • Free lunch every Saturday at 11:30am-12:15pm.

 

First Baptist Church of Winters

(530) 795-2821 [512 First St, Winters]

  • Food closet every Wednesday 10am-12pm.

 

First Southern Baptist Church

(916) 371-2111 [2124 Michigan Blvd, West Sacramento]

  • Breakfast every Sunday 9am-9:30am.

 

Food Not Bombs

[4th & C St, Davis]

  • Free vegetarian meal every Sunday at 1pm.

 

Fourth & Hope Shelter

(530) 661-1218 [207 Fourth St, Woodland]

  • Daily breakfast 6:30am-6:45am
  • Lunch (Mon-Fri only) 12pm-12:30pm.
  • Daily dinner 5pm-5:30pm.
  • Required to be sober and respectful of others.

 

Homeward Bound Outreach

(530) 448-0556 [44 ½ Jefferson St, Woodland]

  • Distributes clothing, food, and personal hygiene items to those in need.
  • Transportation, job programs, and information on shelter & housing available.

 

Manna House Food Pantry

(530) 666-5669 [Sixth & Mill St, Knights Landing]

  • Provides food for three days per person on 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month 3:30pm-5:00pm.

 

Pole Line Road Baptist Church

(530) 753-4315 [770 Pole Line Rd, Davis]

  • Open every Thursday 9:00am-11:00am except for major holidays.
  • Food bank provides canned goods, rice, meats, and staple food items to poor/low income families.

 

Shores of Hope

(916) 372-0200 [110 6th St, West Sacramento]

  • Food giveaway 2nd and last Tuesday of every month 8:30am-10:30am.
  • Need to provide ID.

 

STEAC

(530) 758-8435 [1900 East 8th St, Davis]

  • Provides enough free food to Davis residents for 3 meals for 5 days for each member of the family.
  • Food only available to recipients once per month.

 

St James Catholic Church

(530) 756-3636 [1275 B St, Davis]

  • Provides immediate short-term relief in form of food, rent, and utilities.
  • All needs will be considered.

 

Woodland Community and Senior Center

(530) 661-2001 [2001 East St, Woodland]

  • Fresh produce distribution every Tuesday 9am-10am.
  • Bring own bag.

 

Woodland Volunteer Food Closet

(530) 908-5848 [509 College St, Woodland]

  • One time only emergency food assistance to those that qualify.
  • Must be referred by church or Yolo County social service agency.

 

Woodland Yolo Housing

(530) 402-1065 [1224 Lemen Ave, Woodland]

  • Emergency food assistance every 4th Wednesday 10am-10:30am.
  • Bring own bag.

 

Yolo County Food Bank

(530) 668-0690 [1244 Fortna Ave, Woodland]

  • Food distribution every Friday 7am-8am.

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CAREER AND JOB INFO

King students are able to utilize the Career Center at DSHS.  Link to their site - Career Center at DSHS

 

Local job opportunities

The following is a list of local businesses that hire high school students.

 

City of Davis

www.cityofdavis.org./jobs

 

In-N-Out Burger

www.in-n-out.com - click on “employment”

 

Jamba Juice

www.jambajuice.com - click on "careers"

 

Nugget Market

www.nuggetmarket.com

 

Panda Express

www.pandaexpress.com - click on “join our team”

 

Panera Bread

www.panerabread.com - click on "careers"

 

Regal Movie Cinemas

www.regmovies.com

 

Safeway             

www.safeway.com

 

Savemart

www.savemart.com

 

Starbucks

www.starbucks.com

 

Taco Bell

www.tacobell.com

 

Target

www.target.com - click on “careers”