Do you know a child who will be five years old on or before August 31? Maybe it's your neighbor, family friend or even your own child. Spread the word... now is the time to register for kindergarten.
The snow make-up day for Tuesday, January 14, will be Tuesday, May 26.
From time to time during the winter months, the weather may force a change in the normal school schedule. We want you to be prepared and know where to get information.
2019 marked a year of school construction milestones for you, our Highline community. Here are our top 12 picks in the order they happened last year.
Project Update | Highline High School
Site cameras captured construction progress at Highline High School during the first week of January 2020.
Starting in January 2020, we will offer online enrollment to new families enrolling in Highline. Online enrollment will launch on Tuesday, January 21.
The application window for secondary schools of choice is now open. It will close January 31, 2020. Students have a lot of options when it comes to secondary schools. We encourage students and families to find the best fit.
This year the Highline Schools Foundation awarded close to $124,000 in Excel and Impact grants. Foundation members spent the last two months on Prize Patrol, visiting staff meetings to surprise staff with oversized checks.
Winter break is an opportunity to have a well-deserved break from school and work. But it doesn’t have to be a break from learning. Learning at home can be fun and easy—and a good change of pace from the classroom. Here are eight simple ideas you can do together or encourage your child to do over break.
Seniors, now is the time to apply for a Highline Schools Foundation scholarship. The Foundation is offering more than $200,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors. Scholarships can be used at colleges, universities and trade schools as long as students are enrolled full-time.
This week, students dove into computer science fun with Hour of Code, a movement dedicated to introducing young people to computer programming. Students programmed robots, learned about algorithms, coded virtual dance parties and much more. See the week's highlights.
Do you know someone who has made a significant impact on our students and schools? The Highline Schools Foundation Gold Star Award nomination process is now open.
The window for submitting an in-district transfer is now open. The window is December 9 through January 31. We will notify families of a transfer decision by March 2.
The Highline School Board has a new leader. During the December 4 board meeting, the board elected Angelica Alvarez as the new board president.
Highline Superintendent Susan Enfield is one of three superintendents who are finalists for the 2020 Women in School Leadership Award. The award is given annually by AASA, The School Superintendents Association.
Design Update: Evergreen High School
Bassetti Architects kicked off the initial building design process with the Evergreen design committee. Find out more.
Design Update | Tyee High School
The building design process for Tyee High School kicked off on November 20! The small, working committee includes staff, family and community representatives. Find out more.
This January we are launching ReadyK!, a transitional 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.
About 30 Highline residents and stakeholders met this week to begin planning for future school bonds and construction. The Capital Facilities Advisory Committee (CFAC) elected new co-chairs and brainstormed questions and information they need to make recommendations.
Want to get the most out of your student conference? Here are seven questions to ask during your conference. Use these questions to build a stronger partnership with your student’s teacher and school.
Making a decision about weather-related school closures and schedule changes is always difficult because so many different situations have to be considered. We do our very best to balance the many interests at stake, but we recognize that no matter what decision we make, it will not please everyone.
Ready for your review! You are invited to dig deep into data and track our progress using an interactive annual report.
We refinanced bonds sold in 2009, saving taxpayers $1.2 million in repayment costs. The savings will lower the amount of money that will be collected from taxpayers to pay off previously issued bonds.
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington awarded us a three-year grant totaling $1.5 million to improve mental health support for students. The grant will increase our capacity to assess, implement and monitor mental health services.
Congratulations to the nine newest members of the community-led bond planning committee. See whose names were drawn by lottery and the list of all 60 volunteers who submitted their names. In the end, the winners are... our students!