What is the financial outlook for the coming school year? We are facing some budget challenges, largely due to lower than expected enrollment.
Involving families as partners in our students' education is critical. The connection between home, community and school supports student well-being as well as academic success. When we make intentional effort to connect with families, we can collaborate with them to provide structures and make decisions that benefit our students.
More locks are coming soon. Voters funded the 2016 school bond, which set aside money for improved security, including safer interior and exterior door locks. Here is an updated timeline and list of schools.
If you completed or renewed your ESA National Certification this year you are eligible to receive a stipend.
Staff represented by Teamsters working 10- and 11-month calendars will be required to extend their work calendar five days.
The Highline Schools Foundation announced the winners of the 2019 Gold Star Awards at the annual Gold Star Awards BASH on March 14. The Highline community gathered to root on the award nominees. Congratulations to all the Gold Star winners and nominees. You make us all Highline Proud!
Staff and community members from across the district are talking and crunching numbers to finalize priorities and construction budgets for the next school bond.
With the passage of House Bill 2242 in 2016, the state is consolidating all school district health insurance plans into a single plan. When does this change take place and what does this mean for your dependents?
We are honoring the often unsung heroes of our classrooms and schools, our classified employees—bus drivers, paraeducators, kitchen helpers, recess attendants, office staff, security staff, custodians and more.
To celebrate and recognize all the hard work that teachers do tickets to the March 31 Stars game are only $12.