It is almost time to go back to school! The first day of school is Wednesday, September 5 for students in grades 1-12 and Monday, September 10 for kindergarten students. Here are 9 things to do as you get ready for the first day of school.
See a list of the 2018-19 school year holidays and tentative breaks.
Based on input from families, students and staff, high schools will start later, starting in fall 2018. This change will also impact the start times of our middle and elementary schools.
See the 2018-19 school supply list.
You are invited to a Meet & Greet on September 4, at 5:00 p.m.
All enrolled Kindergarten students are invited to attend Jump Start from August 20-24 from 9:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m
White Center Heights Office is now closed. We will reopen on August 13.
On Wednesday, June 28, the school board adopted a new set of school boundaries within Highline Public Schools. The plan was developed by the community-led Capital Facilities Advisory Committee (CFAC). The revised boundaries will take effect fall 2019.
We are thrilled to launch the new Highline website! Our new site is easier to navigate and accessible to users with disabilities.
All 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 student to participate.
The 2017-18 school year is one to remember! We raised our graduation rate, passed a levy, broke new ground and did what we do best--graduate students prepared to choose their future. Look back at what we did together.
Following comments to a congressional committee by U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, State Superintendent Chris Reykdal issued a statement reiterating Washington state's stance on protecting our students who are undocumented in our K-12 schools.
If you are looking for real-life superstars, look no further than Highline. All of our teachers are stars, and we want you to meet a few who earned gold stars this year from someone who especially admires their commitment to know every student by name, strength and need.
What does the McCleary decision and new state funding for schools mean for Highline?
Capital Facilities Advisory Committee (CFAC) members met April 25 to begin sifting through feedback, trying alternative boundary suggestions and drafting a revised plan.
Walk into a Highline elementary school and it's likely you will hear teacher after teacher ask students, "Will you check-in on the Mood Meter?" The Mood Meter is a tool to teach students how to identify and understand their feelings.
Community members took a turn suggesting new school boundary lines at a Boundary Design Session on April 17.
Boundary changes are not easy. The deadline for online feedback is extended to April 20. Find out about the April 17 Boundary Design Session and next steps for the planning committee.
The Superintendent's Family Action Committee works to strengthen our partnerships with families. We are currently seeking nominations for this important committee.
The Highline Schools Foundation announced the winners of the 2018 Gold Star Awards at the annual Gold Star Awards BASH on March 8. The Highline community gathered to root on the award nominees. Congratulations to all the Gold Star winners and nominees. You make us all Highline Proud!
We are honoring the often unsung heroes of our schools, our classified employees—support staff who serve lunches, drive buses, clean schools and support our students in so many ways. We are grateful for their dedication and outstanding work on behalf of our students.
In response to recent incidents of school violence, we are initiating a conversation around school safety. Starting March 22, community meetings are being held at Evergreen, Highline, Tyee and Mount Rainier.
You Are Invited!
Families, students and community members are invited to join community conversations with Highline Public Schools Board President Joe Van and School Board Director Angelica Alvarez.
The sessions will be open conversations. Participants can ask questions, bring up concerns and discuss possible solutions.