The 2017 legislative session adjourned Sunday without an adopted budget or any meaningful K-12 funding reform. Governor Inslee is calling the legislature into special session starting tomorrow but it is unlikely lawmakers will be able to agree on a budget until June or July.
Will students have 4, 5, 6, or 7 periods in the day? Will there be 2 terms or 3? Will class periods be longer or shorter? High school course schedules will change in September 2018 to give students more choices and opportunities to earn more credits over 4 years.
This year we will host the Highline Summer Learning Conference on August 16-18 in addition to other job-alike and multi-day sessions. The conference provides opportunities to learn in multiple areas with colleagues from across our schools. A conference preview describing the array of sessions will be available mid May.
HEA Volunteer Transfer applications for SY 2017/18 will be available to all HEA employees on Wednesday, April 26, and a memo detailing transfer application instructions will be sent out to all HEA members that same afternoon.
Ongoing hard work and dedication is paying off at White Center Heights Elementary. The school has been honored with a 2016 Washington Achievement Award for Math Growth and English Language Arts Growth. The honor is the state’s highest education award.
Do you know a child who will be five years old on or before August 31? Now is the time to register for kindergarten. Families who register early will received a free book and a kindergarten readiness kit that includes pencil and paper, alphabet flash cards, and a mini counting collection to practice counting.
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Ongoing hard work and dedication is paying off at White Center Heights Elementary. The school has been honored with a 2016 Washington Achievement Award (WAA) for Math Growth and English Language Arts (ELA) Growth. The honor is the state’s highest education award.
Join local businesses and community members to help some of Highline’s most promising students go to college. The annual Scholar-Athlete recognition program awards college scholarships to seniors from each of Highline’s four main high school campuses.