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.
Teachers, you can now search your Seesaw school and district library for activities aligned to standards and district pedagogy.
This week, we pause and acknowledge the grief and loss that many in our community are currently experiencing. Many of us are feeling the effects of multiple types of grief during this time, whether from the loss of a loved one, friend or student; the loss of your traditions; or perhaps the loss of a sense of normalcy.
On November 9, approximately 180 students, served in Integrated Learning Centers (ILC) and Community Based Services (CBS), returned to schools for in-person learning. Families were able to choose to have their students to attend in person or remain in distance learning.
There have been many opportunities and successes with Distance Learning this fall, despite the challenges. We want to take a moment to celebrate just a few of the many bright spots that have occurred due to the hard work of staff across our district.
Here are the anticipated June 2021 graduation dates. Please be mindful that these are the dates currently scheduled for in-person graduations. If this is not possible, dates and times may need to be adjusted.
Our bold strategic plan goal of biliteracy for all students calls us to continue innovating and creating new programming to support all students with this goal. To gather input and hear feedback from stakeholders, we are reconvening the Highline Bilingual Advisory Committee.
There will be no school for students on November 26, 27, and December 21 through January 1.
The following process applies to in-person learning and services if school buildings are closed due to inclement weather.
In honor of GivingTuesday on Tuesday, December 1, DonorsChoose projects will be doubled. The donation doubling will start at 7:00 a.m.