(FOX 11) - It may be homecoming season, but one homecoming king is already giving up the crown.
And he's handing it off to a very deserving friend.
High school senior Jordan Davis-Miller was named homecoming king at his high school in Everett, Washington.
But he decided to pass the crown on to one of his fellow nominees.
Koby Inthavong is a special needs student.
He can't walk or talk on his own.
But he uses a computer to help him communicate.
Jordan says 'he decided to give the title to Koby because of the positive affect Koby has on other people.'
Koby presided over the homecoming football game and he joined his fellow classmates on the dance floor as homecoming king.