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Highline School Board has reviewed and hereby adopts the attached reopening plan for the 2020-2021 school year, which addresses the mandatory health requirements, statutory education requirements, and additional expectations, as identified by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction’s June 11, 2020 official guidance for reopening Washington schools
Capital Levy for Educational Technology Improvements.
2020-2025 Capital Facilities Plan and Proposed impact fees.
Budget Extension Adoption
Fixing and Adopting the 2020-2021 Budgets
Highline Public School's Continuous Learning Plan.
Which authorizes the Superintendent to issue non-renewal notices pursuant to a reduction in force to achieve a balanced budget and to properly staff District educational programs and departments.
Requesting OSPI to approve a 3 day waiver for Highline Public Schools
Certification of 2020 excess property taxes.
relating to contracting indebtedness; providing for the issuance, fixing or setting parameters with respect to certain terms and covenants, and fixing the form.
Authorizing a request for a Certificate of Eligibility from the State Treasurer pursuant to chapter 39.98 RCW and the rules adopted thereunder by the State Finance Committee.
Authorization for the sale of Burien Heights Elementary school site and Maywood Elementary school site.
Requesting a waiver from the high school graduation requirements for Big Picture.
Intent to construct the Highline High School Replacement Project.
Fixing and adopting the budget.
2019-24 Capital Facilities Plan.
Camp Waskowitz Weigh Station Impacts
Authorizes the Superintendent to issue non-renewal notices to achieve a balanced budget and to properly staff District educational programs and departments.
Re-Surplus Burien Heights Elementary School Site and Maywood Elementary School Site.
Designating an Agent
Certification of 2019 excess property taxes.
relating to contracting indebtedness; providing for the issuance, fixing or setting parameters with respect to certain terms and covenants, and fixing the form of not to exceed $64,350,000 aggregate principal amount unlimited tax general obligation bonds, in one or more series, authorized by the qualified voters of the District at a special election held therein pursuant to District Resolution No. 15-16
General Contractor for Highline High School Project
2018-23 Capital Facilities Plan and Proposed Impact Fees.
Highline High School Replacement Project will not create or aggravate racial imbalance.
Budget Extension Adoption
Fixing and Adopting the Budget
Acceptance of Building Commissioning Report.
Puget Sound Skills Center Health Sciences Building - Final acceptance of construction completion.
Intent to construct the new Des Moines Elementary at Zentih Site award of construction contract.
Designating an agent.
Naming of the New Middle School at Glacier Site.
Naming of the New Elementary School at Zenith Site.
Intent to construct the new middle school at Glacier Site and award of construction contract.
Passing of a general bond for the design and construction work.
Authorizing the execution of an interlocal agreement restating the district’s agreement in connection with the purchase of health care and/or other insurance for the district’s employees and their dependents; confirming and ratifying actions taken by the district with respect to the purchase of health care and/or other insurance; and providing for other matters properly relating thereto.
Replacement of expiring educational programs and operation levy.
Finding that creating an index of district records would be impracticable, unduly burdensome, and would interfere with the operational work of the district.
New middle school at Glacier site will not create or aggravate racial imbalance within the district.
New elementary school at Zenith site will not create or aggravate racial imbalance within the district.
Supporting the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) Program.
Concerning petition for vacation of a public right-of way portion of South 140th Street ant the Glacier Site.
Remodel Olympic Interim School.
Demolish the existing Glacier High School.
Fixing and adopting the 2017-2018 budget.
Adopts a Capital Facilities Plan for school facilities conforming to the requirements of the State Growth Management Act, and authorizes the request for the collection of school impact fees, and continues the exemption from the payment of school impact fees by the King County Housing Authority.
Delegates authority to the WIAA.
Board of Directors of Highline School District, No. 401, King County, Washington, certifying Highline School District No. 401 has successfully passed a general obligation bond for the design and construction of a new elementary school and new middle school, the replacement of Highline High School, the remodel of Olympic School and various other small works construction and critical need projects.
Certifying that new facilities identified in the project application (Form D-3) submitted to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction will be built new-in-lieu of modernizing existing facilities, and that the existing facilities will be demolished, or will not be used in the future for instructional purposes or be eligible for future state financial assistance.
Affirms the importance of educating the citizens of our state, particularly the youth who are our future leaders, about tribal sovereignty, history, culture, treaty rights, contemporary tribal and state government institutions and inter-governmental relations, also acknowledging the many important contributions of tribal nations to the State of Washington.
Requesting that the State Board of Education approve three (3) waiver days in Highline School District No. 401.
Highline School District No. 401 to sell approximately 3.96 acres of Property located at 12833 20th Avenue S., SeaTac, King County, Washington, commonly known as the Boulevard Park Site Property, previously declared surplus by Resolution No. 2151, dated April 20, 2005, to NORTHWEST Kidney Centers.
Recertifying to the Metropolitan King County Council and the Superintendent of Puget Sound Educational Service District, the total amount of the Debt Service Fund excess property tax levy to be collected in calendar year 2017; and providing for other matters properly relating thereto, all as more particularly set forth herein.
Board of Directors of the Highline School District No. 401, King County, Washington, supporting the Highline Public Schools commitment to serve all students in an equitable and inclusive environment.