Mrs. Pointer shares the Family Commitment Form every family needs to complete and that we are hosting a Family Q&A on January 27 at 6:30 PM via Zoom.
Based on public health recommendations, we intend to continue phasing in students to in-person learning on March 1. We are asking families with students in PreK-5 or our IAC program (K-12) to commit to hybrid or fully remote instruction by January 29. To do so, please fill out the commitment form below for each of your students in PreK-5 or our IAC program (K-12). If your student is in an IAC program in K-5th grade, please fill out the elementary form.
Many of you have asked questions about our hybrid plan. Please see our FAQ page for a complete list. Here are a few common questions.
Highline Virtual Academy is launching this fall for students in 6th through 12th grade. Students who thrive in independent and online learning will benefit from attending the Highline Virtual Academy. Flexibility and self-pace are two important components of the academy’s learning model.
Please read this family message from Superintendent Susan Enfield about our plan to move to in-person hybrid learning.
Mrs. Pointer's message shares our school's plans for Unity Day and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. this year.
This week we announced our plans to bring elementary and more students with special needs back into school buildings, beginning March 1. Why now and why March 1? Superintendent Susan Enfield answers that question.
Do you know a child who will be five years old on or before August 31? Maybe it's your neighbor, family friend or even your own child. Help us spread the word: families can enroll their incoming kindergarten student starting February 1 for the 2021-22 school year.
We are aware that widespread power outages are affecting student learning today. Please refer to our guide on power and internet outages for information on how to continue learning
Based on public health recommendations, we intend to continue phasing in students to in-person learning on March 1.
Our school nurse, Ms. Patten, shares important information regarding your student's required annual health update, specifically critical now as we prepare for hybrid.
Get information on how to nominate someone for a Gold Star Award from the Highline Schools Foundation, and how to register for free, virtual after-school art classes.
Here are some important dates regarding our free meal program during Distance Learning. Please note, weekly meal kit pickup days have moved from Mondays to Wednesdays.
Students have a lot of options when it comes to secondary schools. We encourage students and families to find the best fit. The application window for secondary schools of choice is now open. It will close January 31, 2021 at 11:00 p.m
Join us for one of our family information sessions on January 14 to learn details on elementary students returning to in-person learning. Both sessions will contain the same information.
Mr. Ritsema shares an important tool for balancing technology use at home - even during distance learning. Your children will thank you - really!
To avoid crowding our clinics and hospitals with people experiencing COVID-like symptoms, public health officials are recommending that people get vaccinated for influenza as early as possible. Sign up today for a free flu vaccination clinic at Evergreen High School on Tuesday, December 29.
Students have a lot of options when it comes to secondary schools. We encourage students and families to find the best fit. The application window for secondary schools of choice is January 1 - 31, 2021. Applications close at 11:00 p.m.
This fall, we announced our seventh straight year of rising graduation rates. The Class of 2020 graduated at 83.8 percent, the highest rate in recent Highline Public Schools history. This is especially notable since seniors spent their final three months of high school in distance learning.
It's report card time for Highline Public Schools, and this year our interactive annual report includes more data than ever. We have expanded our online district report card to include metrics that show how we are doing in becoming a more equitable school system.
Please take a moment to read through an update about planning for in-person learning and take a short survey if you have an elementary student.
The holiday season and the dark winter months that follow can be a difficult time for many people. This year, isolation due to the pandemic may intensify the depression or sadness people may already be feeling.
We want to make sure we have the correct information on file for you and your child. Having up to date information is important.
As winter is fast approaching, instead of snow and ice we worry about power and internet outages. Mrs. Heater reviews what to do in the event of an outage - important details to review before we have an interruption.