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Highline Public Schools
15675 Ambaum Blvd. SW Burien, WA 98166

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Highline Public Schools
15675 Ambaum Blvd. SW Burien, WA 98166

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When to Stay Home

Washington State Department of Health (DOH) has updated its guidance on when students need to stay home and when they can return to school. The new guidance distinguishes between likely COVID symptoms and symptoms that are more likely to be due to garden-variety illness.

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November Education Levy Renewal

The November 2021 Education levy renewal funds educational programs so all Highline students have equitable opportunities to succeed in school.

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Staff Voice

Highline educators and staff are again navigating uncharted territory as we begin the new school year. With schools open for in-person, full-time learning, the buzz of students we once took for granted has filled our schools once again. We checked in with staff from across our schools to see how they feel about being back to school in person and how they are managing health and safety. 

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Health and Safety

Find out about safety in our schools.

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Thank You, School Nurses!

The COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized the role school nurses play in student health and community health. Thank you, school nurses, for all you do for our communities.

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Looking for a Booster?

You may qualify for a COVID-19 booster shot. Find a vaccine clinic near you.

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Funding for Counselors in 2021-22

Recognizing that our students will need extra social-emotional support due to the impacts of the pandemic, Superintendent Enfield has decided to invest nearly $1 million to provide every school with at least one full-time counselor in 2021-22.

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COVID Testing Consent Form

One way to keep our schools safe and open is to offer free COVID-19 tests to students, staff and household members. To make it easier and faster to get a COVID test, we a new consent form that can be used for the entire school year. We encourage you to complete the form now, so if and when you decide to get a test, you are ready.

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​We have been seeing an increase in phishing emails in the last two weeks. Please review the Phishing information page for steps to take to ensure you are responding to legitimate emails.

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To help keep our students healthy, it's important that we stay healthy. Find resources to learn more about compassion fatigue, and check out some upcoming staff well-being webinars.

COVID 19 test

One way to keep our schools safe and open is to offer free COVID-19 tests to students, staff and household members. To make it easier and faster to get a COVID test, we are launching a new consent form that can be used for the entire school year. We encourage all families and staff to complete the form now, so if and when you decide to get a test, you are ready.

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The Technology Services Department will be performing network system upgrade/maintenance starting at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 22.

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The Instructional Materials Committee is pleased to announce that we are launching a process to select new materials to support music instruction. We reviewed current materials and determined that a new adoption is needed to support standards and to ensure materials reflect our students and are culturally responsive.

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The Office of Native Education is offering introductory online training webinars once a month through December 9 to support learning and implementation of the “Since Time Immemorial” Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum.

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Through work on Standards Based Grading, as well as our response to COVID, our grading practices are evolving.  This August, Highline's School Board took action to update the policy that guides grading.

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Gain insight around the myths and facts regarding inclusion and inclusive practices, and consider ways you can make a difference for students with disabilities in our schools.

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DonorsChoose and the Dollar General Literacy Foundation are doubling donations to all book projects

Our Promise

Every student in Highline Public Schools is known by name, strength and need, and graduates prepared for the future they choose.

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