All K-12 employees are now eligible for COVID vaccinations. This week, President Biden ordered states to prioritize educators for vaccines, with an expectation that all school employees receive at least one dose by the end of March.
We continue to monitor COVID activity data published by Public Health - Seattle & King County. As of the time of this posting, King County continues to experience a resurgence in COVID-19 cases.
At final count, 3,902 children--45% percent of all Highline elementary students--are slated to begin in-person instruction by April 1, pending an agreement with HEA to begin hybrid learning.
Superintendent Enfield's message to families on Wednesday touched a nerve that taps into the frustration and anger many of us a feeling right now. Dr. Enfield has a few words about that, and she also shares some good news about vaccination for Highline staff
Maritime High School is seeking an equity-driven founding teacher team to support the inaugural class of ninth-grade students. Apply by March 7.
You are invited to a series of learning circles offered in partnership with the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe. During the series, participants will learn about the Muckleshoot people, their history, culture and language.
As we experience the uncertainties around returning to hybrid learning, we are trying to make sense of what is in our control and take action around it. Here are resources to help navigate uncertain times.
March is Women's History Month. We celebrate the variety of contributions women have made over the course of American History. See resources for how to celebrate.
Mark your calendars! DonorsChoose will be doubling donations to book projects starting Tuesday, March 16 at 7:00 a.m.
New Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) cards will be issued this spring directly to students who qualify for free or reduced meals—including all students who attend one of our 18 schools covered by the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP).