Families, students and staff are invited to attend an information session to learn about what types of community and disability resources are available in our area and how to navigate and access them.
This week’s Highline Headlines include information about immunization clinics, student learning and grades survey, child tax reminder and more.
From the bus garage to the lunchroom and everywhere in between, our school support staff members are often Highline's unsung heroes, ensuring our schools run smoothly and students have what they need to graduate prepared for the future they choose. In honor of Education Support Professionals Week, we turn our spotlight on two of our dedicated support staff and learn what drives them to serve our students.
There will be no school tomorrow, March 10. Read more headlines including student learning and grades survey, special education information session and free immunization clinics.
The Highline Schools Foundation announced the winners of its 2023 Gold Star Awards, highlighting the outstanding efforts of Highline educators, staff, volunteers and alumni. These eight individuals live the Highline promise to know every student by name, strength and need so that our students graduate prepared for the future they choose.
Highline Public Schools in partnership with Stepping Stone Pediatrics and Medical Center Pharmacy are offering free routine immunizations and COVID vaccine clinics at some of our school sites. Get your student up to date on their immunizations. No pre-registration is required. Please bring vaccination records.
Do you have what you need to understand your student's grades and learning? We are seeking feedback from families of middle and high school students. Take 60 seconds to answer seven questions about your student's learning.
This week’s Highline Headlines include information about the thoughts shared about our proposed strategic plan goals and an invitation to learn about our sexual health education curriculum.
A lottery was held on March 1 to select students for our schools and programs that require an application. This includes CHOICE Academy, Big Picture Schools, Highline Virtual Academy, Highline Virtual Elementary, Maritime High School, Raisbeck Aviation High School (RAHS), the International Baccalaureate (IB) program and the Waskowitz Environmental Leadership Service program.
March 5-11 is National School Social Work Week. We checked in with Janet Ceballos, bilingual social worker who serves students at Hazel Valley Elementary and several of our other elementary schools, to find out what drives her and what she likes about social work.
What values does our community share? We asked you to provide feedback on the proposed goals for our new strategic plan. Now, we want to share the thoughts that rose to the top. To help us develop our new strategic plan, we created a series of ThoughtExchange conversations about each proposed goal. Across the four conversations, there were nearly 1,200 participants who shared 943 thoughts and gave nearly 28,500 ratings.
FLASH (Family Life and Sexual Health) is our adopted curriculum that meets state requirements for sexual health education. You are invited to an education night to review the curriculum materials and learn more about state requirements.
Join the third informational session to learn more on special education on Tuesday, March 28, at Central Office.
This week’s Highline Headlines include a reminder about the Winter Job Fair on 2/25 and deadline extensions to give feedback on our proposed strategic plan goals and to apply for Highline Schools Foundation scholarships.
Juniors and Seniors: Sign up to attend the Career Showcase at ShoWare to learn about career opportunities with over 75 companies. Bring your resume!
What draws someone to the field of education? For some, it’s a calling inspired by their earliest interactions with teachers and school. Meet one of our principals and hear the story behind her why.
It's time to celebrate the 2023 Gold Star Nominees! The Highline Schools Foundation announced this year's Gold Star Awards nominees. Winners will be revealed at the Gold Star BASH on Wednesday, March 8.
No school tomorrow, Friday, February 17, for mid-winter break and on Monday, February 20, in observance of Presidents Day. See more headlines.
Juniors, it’s time to start planning for life after high school. This March juniors will attend FutureU at Green River College on March 29.
On Tuesday, February 21, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. The Highline Special Needs PTA meeting is for everyone. Guest presenter, Ellen McGuire, special education family liaison, will share resources for families. Resources will include school district, community and summer camps.
During school on Wednesday, March 1, all Highline Public Schools 11th-grade students will take the SAT. The test is free.
Due to weather and road conditions, all schools are on a two-hour delay on [DATE]. Buses will stop at regular stops–two hours later than normal.
This week’s Highline Headlines include an opportunity to share feedback about our strategic plan goals, the annual report, Project PROMise, and more.
Your input is helping us develop a strategic plan that will guide our work in the coming years. Based on what we heard from you and with feedback from students and staff, Highline leaders developed four strategic plan goals.
Prom is a milestone no high school student wants to miss. But add up the cost of a dress or suit, shoes and accessories, and it can quickly become a financial burden. Enter Project PROMise. The Highline Schools Foundation program provides free dresses, suits, shoes and accessories to students across Highline. Find out the donation locations and volunteer.