Starting March 1, our meal distribution will change. Families can choose to pick-up pre-ordered meal kits on Mondays or Wednesdays. We will no longer provide daily meals.
While the transition to hybrid in-person learning will start with our youngest learners, we want everyone to be prepared for when it's their turn to go back to school. What should students expect when going to school in-person? What do families need to know? Our safety expectations and plan are based on current information from local, state and federal public health agencies. Each layer of protection keeps us safer.
Check out this important update for elementary families about online registration, change in assignment process, transportation and photo opt out.
School board meetings will be held in-person starting next month, thanks to new safety guidelines from Governor Jay Inslee. Superintendent Susan Enfield shares this news in her weekly video message, along with plans for the first day of hybrid learning and her continued appreciation of our hard-working staff.
To the Class of 2021:Superintendent Susan Enfield has a message just for you. In it, she discusses plans for graduation and new 24/7 resources to help you reach that goal. We are proud of you. The year hasn’t been easy, and it hasn’t been the senior year you wanted. What’s important now is to be on the path you choose for after graduation. It’s not too late to get the help you need!
We have a new tool to track positive COVID cases among staff and students working and learning in our schools and facilities. We developed the COVID Dashboard in the interest of transparency about the number of COVID cases in our schools.
Please see an important update to next week’s school schedule.
Families attending schools in-person or remotely may request a change in assignment:
To provide additional support to our students, we are offering unlimited, live tutoring for students in all academic subjects--24 hours a day, seven days a week. We are partnering with a company called PAPER to provide this service.
Check out today’s family update that includes information on changes to meal distribution and P-EBT.
As promised, we are sharing our school safety plan with you as we prepare to transition to hybrid learning.
From time to time during the winter months, the weather may force a change in the normal school schedule-—even during remote and hybrid learning. We want you to be prepared and know where to get information.
Check out the family update for February 9. It includes information about meal distribution during the long weekend and the schedule for in-person instruction.
Do you work with or for a person who has made a significant contribution in Highline? The Highline Schools Foundation would like to recognize their work. Take this opportunity to give recognition to the outstanding staff and volunteers in Highline
Please see the family message for February 5. It includes a mid-winter break reminder, hot topics, enrollment support events and the number of students returning to in-person learning.
Black History Month is an opportunity to celebrate Black people's accomplishments and leadership, learn and reframe history with accurate facts and from a variety of perspectives, and celebrate the richness that Black people contributed and continue to contribute to our community and the nation.
In Highline, we are deeply engaged in work around equity, race and identity to foster an environment in which all students, families and staff grow, thrive and succeed. Living out this work means supporting the adults who surround our students—employees, families, and community members—in exploring equity and institutional racism.
Please read this family message from Superintendent Susan Enfield about listening to questions and concerns around the transition to hybrid learning.
Here are some of the most pressing questions we have heard this week. What has been done to improve ventilation in our schools and facilities? Why not wait until all staff are vaccinated before starting hybrid? Check out the answers.
Check out today’s family update that includes hybrid hot topics, athletics, offline activities and vaccination clinics.
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.
Do you have questions and concerns about the safety of hybrid learning? Maybe you have seen statements on social media that are making you anxious about students and teachers returning to school buildings.
We are busy, preparing for hybrid learning and planning for Fall 2021. We are excited for two new learning options opening in Fall 2021, Maritime High School and Highline Virtual Academy