• First Day of School

    The first day of school for 1st through 6th grades is September 3rd. Kindergarten begins school on September 9th.

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  • Kindergarten Students Get a Jump Start on School

    Incoming kindergarten students have an opportunity to get a jump start on their education. Kindergarten Jump Start is a week-long learning experience to help students and their parents be ready to start school. This program is free and open to all incoming students who are registered for kindergarten at Beverly Park.

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  • Beverly Park Summer Office Hours

    The school office will be open to the public June 17- June 24 from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. We will be closed to the public June 25 - August 10.

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  • Welcome to Beverly Park

    One of our Four Essentials for Success at Highline Public Schools is families and community partners with strong connections to our schools. We value good communication and collaboration. Families and community members are encouraged to participate in school activities and in educating students in school, at home, and in the community.

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The staff and families of Beverly Park strive to create a safe, motivating, and respectful learning environment, where students realize their potential while developing academic skills through teamwork and an appreciation for the talents of all.  Beverly Park Elementary is a vibrant community of learners. The 550 students, staff, and families focus on relationship building, personal growth, and learning.


Dear Beverly Park Community,

Congratulations on a great 2014-15 school year! We have many accomplishments to be proud of, but I want to highlight these results we can already measure for 2014-15 success:

   • Teacher professional learning and coaching for Guided Reading practices contributed to growth from 42% of students reading at 
      level standard in June 2014 to 52% of students reading at grade level standard in June 2015
   • Implementation of Reading Partners one-on-one reading tutoring for 50 students with community volunteer tutors, students in the
      program averaged over 1.5 years growth as readers, many students moving to grade level standard as readers
   • School goal of 5/20 students with IEPs proficient in math as measured by Highline Benchmark Assessment 3 met with average of 6/20
      students with IEPs proficient
   • School goal of reduced Office Discipline Referrals (ODRs) met: less than 6/20 students received 1-3 ODRs and less than 3/20 students
      received 3 or more ODRs
   • Growth for ELL students meeting state language proficiency standard on WELPA: 6% of ELL students exit ELL at level 4 in 2014,
      26% of  ELL students exit ELL at level 4 in 2015

This summer, we have several learning opportunities in motion, please let us know if you need more information!
   • 3rd grade reading summer school at Hazel Valley for students in need of extra support, June 22- July 31
   • STEM Academy summer school (math and science) for identified students moving from 4th to 5th and 5th to 6th grades, August 17-        21, at Hazel Valley 
   • Kindergarten Jump Start program for all new students, August 17-21 at Beverly Park (9:10am-12:10pm)

Finally, we are excited to host our first back to school Open House on Tuesday, September 1, 2015 from 5:30-7:30. Please plan to attend so you can:

   • Complete any needed documents for the start of school
   • Complete necessary electronic forms for Free or Reduced Lunch (with help in both English and Spanish, on laptops!)
   • SEE for yourself exactly what supplies are needed for each grade level
   • Learn who your student’s new teacher is, meet them in person, and set a goal for your student’s success in September/October

Thank you again for all of your support, have a wonderful July/August and we look forward to seeing you on September 1!

Principal Courtney Daikos


  • Learn About Common Core & the New State Tests at a Virtual Meeting

    Save the date for an upcoming virtual meeting about Washington State’s new learning standards and the Smarter Balanced Assessment. Families and staff are encouraged to participate in one of the the online meetings, which aim to prepare families about what to expect from assessment scores.

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  • Free Summer Meals Available for Local Children

    Highline children can eat free breakfast, lunch, and snacks during the summer through the federally funded Simplified Summer Food Program (SSFP). The program provides funding for 17 Highline schools to serve children living in South King County in partnership with six community organizations.

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  • Families: Give Us Your Feedback!

    Highline families still have time to submit feedback on how our schools are doing. All families are encouraged to take a short online survey. Results will help us make changes to improve our schools and better support our students.

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  • Activate Instruction Lets Students Learn More

    Students can get extra help when they need it on Activate Instruction. The online resource is available for free to all Highline students. Teachers across the country create, share, and organize learning resources on Activate Instruction, and students use it to learn at their own pace.

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  • Student Authors are Celebrated

    Highline has many budding authors, and our students are proving it during Highline Writes! Week of Writing Celebration. The week-long writing event across the district is recognizing students as authors in a variety of ways, including a writing contest.

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