Our annual 8th Grade Parent Night is Tuesday, March 11th at 6:00 PM in the gymnasium. Please plan to attend this meeting if you have a student who will be attending King High School as a freshman this fall. We will have club and program advisors to explain programs and answer questions to help your sons and daughters make a smooth transition to King and get started with the programs they want to pursue.
Our Senior Trip to Knott’s Berry Farm is on April 30th. If you are planning to attend, please review this Senior Trip Packet so that you will not be left behind. The packet includes when and where to buy your tickets, permission slips, and other administrative details that must be seen too before your go.
Norco College is holding a 1-day Game Design Workshop for high school students on March 8th from 9:30-5:30 pm. The cost is $10 dollars and including a Game Design t-shirt, lunch, snacks, and a chance to win a new XBox One Game Console. Gaming Guru Ernest Adams will also be present to answer questions and provide insights into the world of Game Design. Online registration is required!
The Wolfpack Players present the music of Stephen Sondheim in, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Form.” The production will run from February 27th to March 8th. General admission is $12, students are $10. Get your tickets early before they are sold out!
For students not currently enrolled in an RUSD School, and in an effort to provide better and more secure service to our students, all transcript requests and information requests should be made online using our automated student record and information request system. Fax, phone calls, and mail will no longer be accepted for records request.
Learn about the Riverside City College 2-Year Completion contract for RUSD graduates enrolling at RCC in Fall 2014. A 2-hour Information Night will be held at King High School on March 19th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Please plan to attend this informational meeting!
Both RUSD and MLK High School support an anti-bullying policy for the protection and safety of all students and staff in an effort to maintain a positive learning environment. The policy defines “bullying” as “an event that occurs when one or more students threaten, harass, or intimidate another student through words or actions.” Read more…
Seniors, the second semester will find you very busy with graduation activities. Please review this Senior Packet and make sure you are aware of the dates, meetings, activities, and events to make this final semester one of your best and most memorable. Congratulations Class of 2014!
The new Student Handbook has been released for your use. Please read through the handbook this summer so that you will be on top of your game when school starts. This handbook contains important schedules, contact numbers, policies, rules and regulations that will help and assist you as you attend Martin Luther King this coming year.