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Highline Public Schools
15675 Ambaum Blvd. SW Burien, WA 98166

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Highline Public Schools
15675 Ambaum Blvd. SW Burien, WA 98166

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Committee on Allocating Resources Equitably (CARE)

Committee Charge

Provide guidance on how to spend a portion of COVID relief funds in Highline schools.

Committee Membership

CARE is composed of 25 members who are students, families and staff. 

COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP BY APPOINTMENT

Family Representatives (5 total)

  • 1 family representative nominated by Highline Special Needs PTA 
  • 1 family representative nominated by Highline Council PTSA 
  • 1 family representative nominated by Para Los Ninos
  • 1 family representative nominated by Southwest Youth & Family Services
  • 1 family representative nominated by the African Community Housing & Development

Staff Representatives (5 total)

  • 1 teamsters representative
  • 1 HEA representative
  • 1 elementary principal representative
  • 1 secondary principal representative
  • 1 alternative/school of choice principal 

Student Representatives (4 total)

  • 4 student representatives in grades 9-11

COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP BY APPLICATION

Community Representatives (11 total)

We sought representation on this committee from many areas of the community. Community representatives must be a parent, guardian, and/or family member of a current Highline student. To ensure the committee reflects the diverse population of Highline Public Schools, we recruited family members who represent those who traditionally have been less involved in schools, including diversity in:

  • Ethnicity, language and race
  • Gender and sexual orientation
  • Socio-economic status
  • Type of family (single parent, foster care, kinship)
  • Geographic locations (at least one rep from each high school service area)

UPDATE | June 30, 2021: To serve on CARE, we asked potential committee members to complete a short online application. The application closed Friday, June 18.  We will be contacting all 31 people who applied to confirm with the 11 candidates who were selected. If a community member vacancy opens early in the process, we will reach out to another person who expressed interest. Thank you!

STAFF MEMBER SUPPORT

The committee is supported by the Chief Financial Officer and Director of Budget. The committee is also supported by the following Highline staff members:

  • Chief Academic Officer or Designee
  • Chief Talent Officer or Designee 
  • Chief Engagement & Partnership Officer or Designee
  • Director, Covid Recovery

These staff members support the committee members, but will not be able to vote on how to spend funds. 

Meeting Schedule

The committee will meet up to four times between September and December 2021. All meetings will be held from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. The first meeting will be held virtually on Zoom. Based on committee member feedback and public health guidelines, the additional meetings may be held in person. 

Here is the meeting schedule:

  • September 8, 2021
  • October 13, 2021
  • November 10, 2021
  • December 8, 2021

Meetings in 2022 will be scheduled if necessary. Interpretation will be provided, as necessary, to facilitate the full participation of all committee members.

Committee Member Expectations

  • Value and respect the diversity of Highline Public Schools.
  • Work cooperatively and respectfully with committee members.
  • Actively participate in committee meetings and tasks.