Please read this all-staff message from Superintendent Susan Enfield about becoming an anti-racist community.
What helps you let go of the stress that builds up in your body? For Executive Director of Teaching & Learning Rebekah Kim, it’s getting outside for a walk. Rebekah shares her insights on mindful movement in this week’s video.
Events both locally and across the nation are having a profound and disproportionate impact on people of color.
Ben Guayan, ILED, shared in this week’s Highline Wellness tip that many of the same strategies he found effective before the pandemic are still helping him regulate and manage his stress now.
The Equity Symposium is going virtual. All staff will join us, virtually, on the morning of August 25. We will come together to continue our work and growth towards equity.
To put this great event together, we need your help. We have two types of volunteers--a moderator and a Zoom host.
Like most everything else, summer school will look different this year. We will offer targeted summer school programs in a distance learning format
The timeline for the Language Arts adoption has been extended into next school year due to the pandemic. The adoption teams plan to conduct a thorough pilot of materials, across program types, beginning fall 2020.
Want to know how to maximize the use of Google Classroom, Seesaw and more to support your students in distance learning? See these tips weekly from the Personalized Learning Team!
Why are mindful breathing and movement so important for wellness? Ben Gauyan, instructional leadership executive director, shares how they have helped him manage stress--now and before the pandemic.
False unemployment claims have continued to be a problem. Here is how to prevent a false unemployment claim using your name.