April Fait, district mailroom technician, died in a traffic accident Friday evening.
Chaperones needed for Global Connections field trip to the Zoo on March 20
As an update to our Annual Action Plan (AAP) Redesign, Chief Academic Officer Susanne Jerde shares the work accomplished so far and the plan for the coming months as we continue developing meaningful processes based on distributed leadership to develop school and district plans to meet the needs of our students.
The Utilities and Transportation Commission announced earlier this year that Western Washington will receive another area code - 564.
You are invited to a get-together to discuss personal and educational uses of Ham Radio technologies.
The 2017 Language Learning Research Symposium is on Tuesday, May 2, 4:15-7:15 p.m., at the Evergreen Campus. Please save the date!
Please take a moment to view the attached flyers outlining two programs sponsored by WABS.
We are living in uncertain times, and unfortunately there are no hard and fast answers to many of your questions about how to manage issues around ICE and immigration enforcement actions by the federal government.
In recent weeks a number of immigration-related questions have been asked, especially around the role of public schools. We wanted to get information and a common message out to each of you to ensure that everyone is on the same page in terms of rules and expectations.
Highline Writes will not be implemented this school year.
The Data and Assessment and Secondary Success & College Readiness teams are seeking proctors to assist with AP testing in early May.
Each spring, the Nutrition Services Department presents the opportunity for all schools to host a barbecue-themed menu.
The FitBit Challenge is designed for Highline employees enrolled in one of the Aetna health plans who are committed and competitive about adopting a healthier lifestyle.
March 15 is the deadline to apply for a grant from the South West King School Retirees' Association.
During the maintenance, illuminate and parent Portal will be be available.
Due to the snow day, we have rescheduled our workshops to February 27, March 13, and March 27.
The snow make-up day for February 6 will be Tuesday, May 30.
Administrator Certificate Info Night will be held on February 15, from 4-5:30 p.m. in the central office south classroom.
Due to increased scrutiny of district travel expenditures, employees who plan to arrive prior to or stay after those dates required for business (per Policy and Procedure 6213) will have to purchase the airfare/train ticket using their own personal credit card.
Technology services is now offering early access to Office 365. Anyone who would like to migrate their Exchange mailbox to Office 365 now, can do so immediately.
The College Career Readiness Committee is seeking input from staff, students, and families regarding the new graduation requirements beginning with the Class of 2021.
In order to better position ourselves to achieve the gains we want for students, we reorganized our TLL team to create a flatter organization in order to increase alignment across content and service areas.
On Wednesday, February 1, the School Board approved amendments to our Equity Policy, 0010.