This week's Highline Headlines includes information about the pay raise for our paraeducators, a life after high school event, how to join the Special Education Family Panel and the Capital Facilities Advisory Committee and more.
In response to family feedback last spring and consultation with the Family Action Committee, we are pleased to introduce an improved family calendar for the upcoming year.
Join us for Life After High School Night! Students and families can learn about life after high school, internships and jobs at a College and Career Fair on October 11.
Highline School District invested $72,000 in an anti-violence workshop, hoping to teach students how to solve conflicts without resorting to violence.
Paraeducators in Highline Public Schools are getting a significant pay raise, starting with their September paychecks. Highline paraeducators will now earn a minimum of $25 an hour.
Students were busy getting ready for their futures outside Highline High School this summer. The buzzing of their miter and table saws, sanders and drills was the first clue. An introduction into the construction trades, the ANEW Youth Exploration Program provided the two-week, paid summer training.
This week's Highline Headlines includes information about Standards-Based Grading, school construction updates and two routine immunization clinics.
We want to tell you about a new instructional approach we are using across Highline: Standards-Based Grading (SBG). Standards-based grading measures your student's progress toward the learning goals for their grade, as determined by the state of Washington.
Highline Public Schools is partnering with Stepping Stone Pediatrics to host two free vaccination clinics on September 22 and October 5.
Help raise funds for the Highline Schools Foundation at the 2023 Burien Brat Trot on Saturday, October 7. Register to run or walk a new 5k route that starts at Town Square Park in downtown Burien followed by the annual Oktoberfest celebration.. Create a team to receive a discount code for registration. When registering, make sure to note your Highline school affiliation. The school with the most affiliated runners will win $500 for their school or PTA.
This summer, 11 students from Evergreen and Highline high schools had the opportunity for hands-on experience with skilled trades workers in fields such as sheet metal, plumbing, pipe-fitting, and HVAC.
Preschool start and dismissal times by location.
The Southern Heights site is the new home of Highline Virtual Academy (HVA) and Innovation Heights Academy (formerly New Start High School). See photos of the updated spaces.
The 2022 bond is funding synthetic turf and a new track at Sylvester Middle School. Read about additional features, funding, environmental requirements and a revised timeline.
This week's Highline Headlines includes information about expected bus delays, attendance notifications, suicide prevention resources and more.
Highline residents: we need YOU! You are invited to submit your name to the lottery for open seats on the Capital Facilities Advisory Committee (CFAC) by midnight on Monday, September 25.This committee's charge is to recommend future school bonds.
We want you to know that your mental health is important.
School bells are ringing, classrooms are buzzing and hallways are full. Students are back to school!. Superintendent Ivan Duran joined our teachers and school staff across Highline in giving our students a warm welcome today.
School starts Wednesday, September 6! Check out your bus routes and other information to prepare you for the first day of school.
New year, fresh start. Highline is waiving all student technology fines incurred during the pandemic between February 1, 2020 and August 31, 2023.
48° North: Maritime High School is featured in this article. "A groundbreaking and innovative partnership between Highline Public Schools, Northwest Maritime Center, and Seattle Maritime Academy has recently been established to help address the increasing need for maritime employees in the Pacific Northwest."
This week's Highline Headlines includes information to help you get ready for school, no cost meals, a reminder to update your student's information and a reminder that all buildings will be closed on August 29.
The Tyee High School village wore their hearts on their sleeves to celebrate on August 18! The Groundbreaking Ceremony marked the beginning of the construction project for a new modern high school in SeaTac! See the list of speakers and event photos.
Priority Hire grant directs Tyee High School construction jobs to more workers in local zip codes. Learn about the impacts of this $500,000 King County grant.
This week's Highline Headlines includes information about no cost meals, family income survey and tips to stay cool.