We recognize that with the availability of COVID vaccines for 5- to 11-year-olds, you may be considering a move back to in-person instruction for your child. If you want to make this transition before the end of the school year, we suggest that the best time would be after winter break.
We want to provide opportunities for families, secondary students, and staff to share feedback, input and ideas on how to support learning experiences in Highline. We recognize that this is an overwhelming time for many of you and we appreciate hearing from you. Your participation is completely voluntary, and we value your feedback. The survey closes on Friday, December 17.
Today, King County Elections certified that local voters approved the Highline Education Levy renewal at a rate of 62.50%. Superintendent Susan Enfield said she is deeply grateful to Highline voters for supporting Highline students and staff.
In this video message, Superintendent Susan Enfield shares her gratitude for all of you and wishes everyone a restful, joy-filled Thanksgiving holiday.
There will be no school on November 24, 25 and 26 for Thanksgiving break.
Highline Superintendent Susan Enfield has been named Superintendent of the Year by the Washington School Administrator's Association (WASA).
“Since 2012, when Dr. Enfield was named superintendent of the Highline Public Schools, she has led with a consistent and unrelenting focus on achieving more equitable outcomes for all students in the district,” said WASA Executive Director Joel Aune.
This January we are hosting ReadyK!, a pre-kindergarten program for children who have not had access to a high-quality early learning experience. If you know of a family that may benefit from the program, urge them to apply.
If inclement weather prevents us from safely transporting students to school, we will close schools as we have in the past. We will not switch to remote learning on snow days.
Integrus Architecture staff resumed meeting with community members, staff and students from Tyee High School in November. The Tyee design review committee provided input and feedback to the architects as they draft design plans for a new high school building.
Come work in the Highline community and make a difference in the lives of children–no specialized degree required!
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Highline has 18 elementary schools, 5 middle schools, and 4 comprehensive high schools serving neighborhoods in Burien, Des Moines, Normandy Park, SeaTac and White Center. Families may also want to explore our 6 choice schools or multiple alternative education options.