Highline is receiving national attention for our work to engage and welcome all families to school. The Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL) is shining a spotlight on a family engagement video producedby the Superintendent’s Family Action Committee (FAC).
Highline's commitment to growing a diverse teacher workforce is the topic of an article in the national online magazine Slate. Hilltop teacher Yazmin Gil's journey from paraeducator to teacher is featured in the article.
High expectations are set for all Highline students, and students have at least one caring adult at school whom they can count on for help. That's according to the vast majority of staff members who responded to the annual climate survey. Over 1,000 individuals completed the survey this year.
The hometown heroes of the last school bond are rolling up their sleeves again. Representatives from all four high school service areas in Highline Public Schools met June 14 to tackle boundary changes and continue planning for the future.
The Class of 2017 inspires us daily by demonstrating perseverance, empathy and excellence. The two seniors profiled here are examples of the outstanding young adults graduating from Highline ready for college, career and citizenship.
And the winners are... everyone in our community! Thank you to the 49 Highline Public Schools residents who entered their names in the lottery for open positions on our committee that plans school bonds.
The hometown heroes of the last school bond are rolling up their sleeves again. Volunteer representatives from all four high school service areas in Highline met last Wednesday to continue planning for the future.
Highline children can eat free breakfast, lunch and snacks during the summer through the federally-funded Summer Food Program. A child does not need to be a Highline Public Schools student to participate.