We are sculpting our students into artists with the help of the Seattle Art Museum (SAM). Second graders from seven elementary schools are exploring art first-hand during field trips to SAM's Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle. Scroll through our photo gallery to see our partnership with SAM in action.
Once a month, every Midway Elementary School classroom buzzes with students and families working side-by-side on art projects. The schoolwide tradition is bringing art to life in the classroom simultaneously building family partnerships.
As a reminder... There is no school on Monday, May 29, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. All schools will operate on regular schedules on Tuesday, May 30.
District leadership and the Highline Education Association (HEA) have agreed on a calendar for the 2017-18 school year. The calendar will be final after HEA members vote on it in August. At this time, we do not anticipate changes.
Highline Public Schools is looking for community members to help complete the district’s long-range facilities plan and assist with planning boundary adjustments. If that sounds like you, submit your name for the Highline Capital Facilities Advisory Committee (CFAC). New members of CFAC will be selected by lottery on June 7. Enter by June 6.
It's time for community meetings so we can share progress on the early design work for the future middle school at the Glacier site and the future elementary school at the Zenith site. Find out more.
Delila Leber's kindergarten dual language classroom is a place of magic. At the beginning of the year, young learners are cautious and nervous, but Delila guides them to become strong, independent, empowered learners. She is a fierce advocate for students and families, with equity always at the center of her work. These are just a few of the reasons why Delila is our Teacher of the Year.
In a school district where all teachers are stars, it's hard to pick out just a few who are stellar. Highline has a whole constellation of great teachers, but here are 30 who shine particularly bright.
Please help Highline support your student by completing our survey for middle and high school families. Feedback from families will help us improve so that all students graduate high school and become successful in college, career, and citizenship.
Prom is a celebration, a milestone no high school senior wants to miss. But add up the cost of a dress, shoes and accessories, and it can quickly go from big celebration to big financial burden. Enter Project PROMise.
Demand for language immersion programs in Highline is growing, and we have been gathering input from staff and families on expanding our dual language program. After considering the feedback and other factors that make a school a good candidate for dual language, four schools have been identified as potential sites for dual language expansion.
This is your chance to tell us how we are doing with communicating what you need and want to know. Help us do better by taking an online survey by Friday, May 5.
Make up credits and keep your mind active during summer break through one of our summer learning opportunities for students. Now is the time to register and secure your spot.