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  • Did You Win?

    Thank you to everyone who carved out time to take a short survey about students from immigrant families. All employees who complete the survey were entered into a lottery for Amazon gift cards. The schools with the highest participation rate also earned a $1,000 grant. We are excited to announce the winners.

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  • Share Tips from a Star Student

    Keep a calendar, start your college application early, participate in activities that excite you. Your students might be more apt to listen to advice coming from another student, so share these tips from Evergreen senior Abel Berhan. Abel's advice about college applications was published in a Seattle Times article.

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  • Equity Symposium: Call for Proposals

    On August 28 teachers and leaders across Highline will come together to listen, learn and collaborate at Highline's first Equity Symposium. Staff, students and community members are encouraged to submit proposals for symposium presentations.

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  • Pick Your Priorities for the State Education Budget

    Want a say in our state education budget? Now's your chance! OSPI is asking staff, families and the community what our budget priorities are. A survey was launched April 25 asking the public to determine how important they find additional public K-12 education investments.

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  • WANTED: Summer School Teachers

    We still need more teachers to work over the summer! The application deadline has been extended to May 16. We are seeking applications for secondary teachers, especially language arts teachers.

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Shortcuts

  • Thinking about summer plans?

    See the updated Summer Professional Learning calendar. This year we will host the Learning Conference, August 15-17, in addition to other job-alike and multi-day sessions.

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  • Be a part of developing instruction on race and identity

    Over 200 students, community members and staff shared insight and current practices about instruction on race and identity. This information was shared with the school board and a proposal was developed to move work forward in 2018-19. Apply to be a study site or join the advisory committee.

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  • Call for Tech Advisory Volunteers

    Technology Services is seeking eight dedicated volunteers to provide feedback on technology initiatives. The advisory group will meet once a quarter, commencing in September.

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  • Potential Service Disruption

    On Tuesday, May 29, starting at 9:00 a.m., an electrician will be at Central Office to repair damage to our data center. Central Office will be in backup mode for at least 30 minutes.

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  • Need to connect from home?

    See these instructions on how to connect to district files from home and gain access to Employee Online.

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  • Holiday/Emergency Make-Up Day

    There is no school on Monday, May 28, in observance of Memorial Day. There is also no school on Tuesday, May 29, as no emergency make-up day is required.

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  • Updated Logo

    ​We updated our Highline logo to go with the update of our strategic plan. Please note that we are no longer using the tagline "A path to success for every student." Discontinue use of the tagline and update all materials with the current logo that does not have a tagline.

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  • In Memoriam

    I am saddened to share with you that John Elliott passed away May 8. John worked as a Communications Technician from 2005 until 2013.

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News

  • Historic HHS Entrance to be Rebuilt With Original Brick and Terra Cotta

    The new Highline High School (HHS) will reopen fall 2021 with its grand main entrance reconstructed using the original brick and terra cotta. Community members learned about this and more at the May 17 Ask-the-Architect meeting.

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  • Holidays and Tentative Breaks

    See a list of the 2018-19 school year holidays and tentative breaks.

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  • Revised School Boundary Maps Reflect Community Input

    Members of the community-led Capital Facilities Advisory Committee (CFAC) have developed a revised set of boundary maps and school feeder plan. The draft plan incorporates many of the changes suggested by community members.

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  • Teacher of the Year Leads with Heart

    What started off as a simple check-in with a few of students has turned into a movement at Chinook Middle School. Several years ago, Reid Sundblad and his teaching colleagues were analyzing data to find out what was working and what was not. They noticed something about the school’s Latino male students. As a young teacher at that time, Reid was ignited by the team’s discussion to take action. Today, hundreds of students have been impacted.

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  • Rookie Teacher of the Year Inspired by Diversity

    Every morning, dual language teacher Isel Betancourt Sanchez greets students as they walk through her classroom door with a high-five and “Buenos dias!” in her native Spanish. Isel hopes the Spanish skills she is teaching her students today will open doors for them tomorrow. Her dedication to language learning is one of the many reasons she is our Rookie Teacher of the year.

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Media

  • Ducky Awards

Boundary Information

  • See Draft Boundary Maps & Give Feedback

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