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Student Device Setup Instructions

To get started, fully charge your device. We recommend overnight charging prior to setup.

1. To turn the device on, press and release the “Power” button in the upper right corner of the keyboard. If the device does not start, press and hold the “Refresh” button then press the “Power” button. Release both buttons.


2. Chromebooks require a wifi network connection. If you are not connected, you will be prompted to connect. On the “Connect to network” panel, click the name of your wifi network. Enter the wifi password if prompted.

3. On the “Sign in” panel, enter your school assigned seven digit student ID. (Student ID numbers are in a 600XXXX format.) Then click the blue “Next” button.


4. Enter your password when prompted. Remember that passwords are case sensitive. Initially your password is set to kingsburghigh. At your first sign in the system will require you to create a new password. We recommend that you save your new password in a secure place like your mobile phone.

5. You’re all set! Click the blue “Get started” button to begin using your Chromebook.

6. Your user profile is already populated with helpful Chrome bookmarks. Click the “Kingsburghigh” icon on the bookmarks bar to reveal them.


7. You can increase and decrease the screen brightness by pressing the brightness control buttons. Increasing the brightness will reduce battery life and require more frequent charging.


8. You can increase and decrease the device speaker volume by pressing the volume control buttons.


9. To power off your device, click the “Settings” icon on the bottom right corner of the screen.


10. Click the “Power” icon and the device will power off.


Additional Device Information

Responsibility – You are responsible for loss or damage to the device and its accessories. Do not leave the device unattended and unsecured.

Privacy – Your device is school property. You should have no expectation of privacy while using the device. All content and usage is filtered and monitored.

Camera – Every device has a built-in camera called a webcam near the top center of the screen. Do not put tape or other material over the webcam. The adhesive may damage the camera lens and you will need the webcam for virtual meetings. Next to the webcam a small white indicator light turns on whenever the camera is in use.


Support – For additional support you can email questions and requests to support@kingsburghigh.com

Public Comment Period
2022-23 Draft LCAP
Please email any comments to:
cschreiner@kingsburghigh.com
We want your opinion for the 2021-22 LCAP
COVID-19 Information
School closure extended through the 2019-20 school year
Now accepting written comments on the DRAFT Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (LCP).
Please email cschreiner@kingsburghigh.com with any comments.
2020-2021 School Year Grade Change Notice
** The state has allowed grade changes until October 1, 2021. You must submit the request to the school you attended in 2020-21**
Pursuant to Education Code Section 49066.5 (2)(b): The parent, guardian, or education rights holder of a pupil or, for a pupil 18 years of age or older, the pupil who was enrolled in high school and enrolled in a course during the 2020–21 school year may apply to the pupil’s local educational agency to have a letter grade earned for that course, as reflected on the pupil’s transcript, changed to a Pass or No Pass grade.
Parents: Please be aware that some postsecondary educational institutions, including those in other states, may not accept a Pass or No Pass grade instead of a letter grade for admission purposes.
Posted 9/24/2021
Redistricting - KJUHSD Trustee Area Map