Please join us on September 25 at 7:00 p.m. to share your thoughts and participate in a community conversation on how to create a better future for special education in Washington state.
Are you ready for open enrollment? Enrollment for our new health benefits kicks off October 1. Plenty of resources will be available to help you make a seamless transition to SEBB, the new statewide School Employees Benefits Board.
Communication with families is critical. Here are some tips to help you get your message across effectively.
We are about to launch ParentVUE, our new online tool and mobile app that gives families access to student grades, attendance and other information. ParentVUE is part of our new Synergy student information system.
Young people across the country plan to spotlight climate change with walkouts on September 20 or other events the week of September 24. If your students are organizing, here are some things to keep in mind:
Join us at the Grand Openings of 2 new schools.
Instructional paraeducators are required to complete 14 hours of professional learning this year. Attend an Information Session about the paraeducator certification process on September 19.
On January 1 Highline staff will receive health insurance benefits through the statewide School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) Program. Open enrollment for the new health benefits will be October 1-November 15. All employees are required to either enroll or waive SEBB benefits during open enrollment.
Creating a safe and nurturing environment is especially important for our students who may be feeling that the world is not a safe place for them. In this video, Superintendent Enfield reminds us to keep an eye out for students who need an extra measure of empathy this fall.
The Personalized Learning and Data & Assessment teams partnered to study the effectiveness of digital tools that are budgeted centrally. District tools renewed for the 2019-20 school year are i-Ready, Discovery Ed Streaming (Discovery Ed partner schools), Gizmos and Newsela.