Wondering when summer break will start this year? Here are answers to some of the questions we've seen a lot this week.
Community members spent four hours touring several of our older school buildings on Saturday, February 2.
From time to time during the winter months, the weather may force a change in the normal school schedule. We want you to be prepared and know where to get information
Measles has spread in Washington, and health officials urge immunization. The Washington State Department of Health reminds people to take precautions to help stop the spread of measles.
It’s a big ask, but Highline’s volunteer school bond planners are up to the task. Our Capital Facilities Advisory Committee meets each month to work on recommendations for future school construction needs in our district. Find out what they are learning and talking about.
Households of furloughed employees may be eligible for free or reduced-price meal benefits.
We want students to succeed in kindergarten on day one. We offer programs and materials for incoming students and their families to prepare. Register your incoming kindergartener early—as close to January 22 as possible—to have access to free kindergarten readiness programs and materials.
Superintendent Susan Enfield is being recognized for engaging the community and partnering with the Highline Schools Foundation to raise financial resources for schools and students. She will receive the 2019 Superintendent of the Year award from the National School Foundation Association.
To make your voice heard in next month's election, be sure to register to vote by Monday, January 14.
As we begin 2019, we renew our deep commitment to our strategic plan, which challenges us to embrace bold goals for every student. The plan is centered on Our Promise, lays out five goals for students and is supported by our foundation.
If you want your student to attend a school other than their neighborhood school, submit a transfer request by February 1
Students programmed robots, learned about algorithms, coded a virtual dance party and much more this week as they joined in on Hour of Code. See the week's highlights below, including a surprise visit at Cascade from pop star Ciara, and Tyee High School sophomore Michelle Delgado Alvarez's interviewing Melinda Gates.
Ready for your review! You are invited to dig deep into the data and review our progress in our online, interactive 2017-18 Annual Report.
Highline Public Schools has changed school boundaries and feeder patterns for fall 2019. Use our on-line tool to look up your fall 2019 neighborhood schools. Learn more.
Our Arts program has launched a survey to get feedback from families, students and staff about the types of arts programming you want to see in our schools.
Native Heritage Month is an opportunity to celebrate the rich and diverse cultures, traditions, languages and histories of our Native students and their families. This month, and every month, we celebrate the important contributions made by our country's first peoples that have shaped our community.
Want to get the most of out of your student conference? Here are six tips to help you build a stronger partnership with your child's school and teacher.
Our graduation rate for the Class of 2018 is 81.1%, up from 78.8% in 2017. Graduation rates have risen for five consecutive years, from 62.3% in 2013.
It is our responsibility as adults is to make sure that all students are welcomed and valued. This includes the students we serve who are transgender, gender non-binary and gender non-conforming.
Did you know... 95% of high school students in Highline believe it is important to get permission before sexual activity with anyone. This fall, we're launching a social norms campaign focused on student safety, healthy relationships and respect.
A new year of planning for future needs kicks off Wednesday, October 10. Community members from every high school service area in Highline Public Schools are charged with recommending a long-range capital facilities plan to the school board.
Safety is a community-wide issue. That came out loud and clear at the community safety meetings we conducted last spring in partnership with community leaders.
High school students and families are invited to COLLEGECON—a free one, day learning experience for high school students and families. Engage in interactive workshops about college and career options, how to apply and pay for college and more.