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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Highline Wellness

It is so important to take care of ourselves during this time. When we are our best selves, we can bring our best for our students and families.  


In our weekly staff newsletter, the Highline Insider, we share practices for health and well-being from our Social-Emotional Learning team.

Scroll down on this page to see information provided since spring.

The Adult Wellness Team has also created a virtual calming room for staff. The virtual calming room will be a place to access short exercises in mindfulness, calming and laughter. There will also be resources for understanding and communicating mental health needs to others. 

Adult Virtual Calming Room



We are at a transition time. We are ending this school year, taking a break over the summer, and preparing for a return to learning next fall, while still living through a global pandemic. What do you need to do in this moment, this transition, to love yourself and your work simultaneously? Learn more about setting up boundaries and signup for an ansynchronous learning session.

Read More about Boundaries in the Workplace and Beyond

Today, we focus on wellness in educators. As an educator, you may find you are sacrificing yourself--mind, body, wellbeing, spirit, time and health--to serve your students, colleagues, schools and/or your district. 

To better serve yourself, let's learn about the dimensions of wellness. When these dimensions feel fulfilled, we are better able to function in life and meet our responsibilities at an optimum level. 

Read More about Wellness Continuum for Educators

On March 2, Highline High School held its annual Solidarity Days event. This year, in response to the isolation, disconnection, and other challenges that arose from the pandemic and distance learning, the day’s theme was shifted to building connections and giving staff and students a day to focus on their personal well-being. Learn about the event and implement it at your school.

Read More about Solidarity Days--HHS Supports Staff and Student Wellness

As we continue to navigate this ever-changing school year amid double pandemics of COVID-19 and racism, much of what is going on in the world is out of our control. However, one place where we can exert power is through the boundaries we set. Learn types of boundaries and what actions to take to create yours.

Read More about Focusing on Boundaries

As we continue to support students during remote and hybrid learning across our system, our partnerships with families are more important than ever. To support family partnerships around SEL, we continue to update resources for families and staff. Explore the resources.

Read More about Families as SEL Experts