• Shop with a Cop

    On Saturday December 13, King County Sheriff’s Office and Beverly Park security staff invited 20 Beverly Park students to Shop with a Cop! Our students had so much fun shopping at Walmart for holiday gifts and building relationships with community law enforcement.

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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.


It is a great honor to join the talented staff, amazing students and richly diverse community of Beverly Park! I am excited to lead in a school where student learning is the primary focus and adults work tirelessly every day to help all students achieve their potential. As a new leader, I am committed to the following actions and beliefs for the 2013-14 school year, for myself and for all Beverly Park Eagles:

1. Learning: as a leader, I will spend this fall and all of the 2013-14 school year LEARNING about the many ways that Beverly Park teachers, staff, students and families work together.

2. Communicating: our district has identified WRITING as an area of focus for 2013-14 and I am excited to lead and participate in these efforts. Strong communicators LISTEN, SPEAK and WRITE with clarity and purpose which I will model with my own communication skills, while supporting all Eagles to do the same.

3. Critically Thinking: as a leader and a problem solver, I will model my own questioning, applying, analyzing and synthesizing skills in support of Beverly
Park’s commitment to implementing more critical thinking in classrooms.

4. Belonging: Beverly Park’s community is strong because of hard work to define what positive relationships and behaviors look like. Our students’ feeling of belonging is our shared priority. I will be a cheerleader and an example for this important work!

Beverly Park’s teachers, staff and community have been focused on improving student learning by regularly reviewing student data and working together to plan for how to teach better every day. I am thrilled to join this work and honor the School Improvement Team’s efforts to collaboratively refine our structures for independence in reading as well as in writing and math.

Beverly Park has monthly traditions for Family Fun Nights every third Thursday- we will continue this year with these events and look forward to seeing you there! We will also be growing our after school programming to include more community partners, cultural learning and enrichment activities. Stay tuned for more on that soon.

It will be a great year at Beverly Park, thank you for welcoming me and thank you in advance for all of our hard work together!

Courtney Daikos


  • School Board Seeking Candidates for Open Seat

    The Highline Public Schools School Board of Directors is currently soliciting candidates to fill Director Seat #3. The seat is now vacant after the retirement of long-time School Board member Susan Goding.

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  • Conversations with the Superintendent

    Families and community members are invited to join Superintendent Susan Enfield for a series of monthly conversations at schools across the district. This is an opportunity for open-ended conversations at which participants can bring up an issues of concern and ask questions.

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  • 2nd Annual Special Needs Resource Fair is March 7

    The Highline Special Needs PTA is hosting a Special Education Resource Fair on March 7. Co-sponsored by Highline Public Schools, this is an opportunity for families to learn more about community resources for students with special needs.

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  • Seattle Times Media Coverage

    Highline was mentioned in a Seattle Times editorial regarding a bill to change the supermajority to a simple majority for school bond measures. Read the story online.

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  • Difficult Conversations Ahead after Bond Failure

    The February 10 election yielded mixed results for Highline with passage of the education programs and operations levy and failure of the capital improvement bond. The School Board now must look for solutions to overcrowding and aging buildings.

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Path to Success

This video  illustrates our bold goals for students, telling the story of Highline's path to success without a single word.