Time is running out. All employees must enroll or waive benefits through SEBB by Friday, November 15.
Already completed the process? We encourage you to double-check your enrollment to ensure the process is complete. This includes checking your dependent verification forms were accepted.
Need help? We are here to support you select your coverage or waive benefits. Here are some online resources to guide you through the process.
Ready for your review! You are invited to dig deep into data and track our progress using an interactive annual report.
Highline’s 2018-2019 year-end financial report (F196) has been submitted to OSPI. Our strategy of budgeting conservatively is paying off. Our total ending fund balance for last year is less than we anticipated because we over-estimated grant revenue that did not materialize. We are taking steps to increase the accuracy of our projections as we move forward.
Seasons are changing. As we get closer to winter, we want to remind you of employee expectations when schools are delayed or closed due to weather and how we communicate these changes.
The implementation of electronic locks will be delayed due to the unexpected death of our district locksmith. Work orders for general repairs on locks and key replacements are on hold.
Apply for a grant from the Southwest King School Retirees’ Association. School employees can request up to $400 for projects that directly benefit students.
Join us on Thursday, November 21 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. at Central Office to hear process updates and our plan for professional development.
You can print W2 and 1095-C (ACA) forms and opt out of receiving a paper copy in the mail.
The Highline School Board honored Native American Heritage Day and Month at the Nov. 6 board meeting. Continue the celebration with us at the Highline Indigenous Peoples Story, Film & Art Fest on Nov. 23.
Former teacher Helen Ewings passed away on October 30. Helen worked at Hazel Valley from 1990 to 2008. Our thoughts go out to her family and all who knew her.