Our schools should not see significant short-term impacts due to the federal shutdown. Most of our federally funded programs operate on a reimbursement basis, so there is a built-in delay in payment.
The Highline Schools Foundation Gold Star Award nomination process is now open. The Gold Star Awards are prestigious honors in our school community, recognizing our best and brightest teachers, volunteers, alumni, staff and administrators.
Staff and student security is a priority. Here are some ways you can help us prevent a data breach from happening in Highline.
The longest major highway closure our region has ever seen begins at 10:00 p.m. on Friday, January 11. State Route 99 will be closed from South Spokane Street to the south end of the Battery Street Tunnel for the next three weeks
Join us for retirement seminars on PEBB, VEBA, Social Security and DRS. Whether retirement is 2 years or 30 years away – there’s information that can benefit you
To make your voice heard in next month's election, be sure to register to vote by Monday, January 14.
Black History Month (February) is an opportunity to celebrate Black people's accomplishments and leadership, learn and reframe history with accurate facts and a variety of perspectives, and celebrate the richness that Black people contributed (and continue to contribute) to the nation.
Under an agreement with the Office of Civil Rights, all web editors are required to complete a digital accessibility training.
Employees can print W2 and 1095-C (ACA) forms and opt out of receiving a paper copy in the mail.
Have you earned more than 60 days of sick leave? You can cash out the days in excess over the 60 days.
High school students now in 9th- and 10th-grade who are affected by boundary changes may opt to stay at their current high school through graduation.
As we begin 2019, we renew our deep commitment to our strategic plan, which challenges us to embrace bold goals for every student. The plan is centered on Our Promise, lays out five goals for students and is supported by our foundation.
You are invited to join HARWE for a book study of The Guide for White Women Who Teach Black Boys, by Eddie Moore Jr. et al, beginning in January 2019. The book addresses racial bias in the classroom and applies to all white educators working with students of all races.
Grants totaling more than $122,000 are going to teachers this month. The Highline Schools Foundation awarded two Impact Grants and 92 Excel Grants to teachers across Highline. The Foundation gave out more dollars this year than ever before
Check out the district closed dates and when you can come in.
Starting in 2020, Washington will be the fifth state in the nation to offer paid family and medical leave benefits to workers. Because of this, you may notice a small, mandatory, paycheck deduction starting January 2019.
If you want your student to attend a school other than their neighborhood school, submit a transfer request by February 1
Feeder patterns are changing for the Challenge program. We already informed students and families, but we want to share this information with you, too.
Decisions are made every day in Highline—big and small. A new Equity Tool is helping us keep a focus on equity as we make those decisions. Now we need your help to refine the tool.
Jennifer Guido referred a friend and won!
Check out the dates and times for current 5th- and- 6th-grade students to learn more about their middle schools and meet the principal and teachers.
With the next round of i-Ready diagnostic taking place in grades K-8, we will soon have growth data that can be used to drive instructional decisions in reading and math. Here are some tips and strategies to help you develop personalized learning pathways for students.
The Association of Computer Professionals in Education is offering scholarships to students pursuing studies in a tech field of up to $2,000.
Share with your students: Students are invited to create and enter an original digital short about the dangers of distracted driving to compete for a $10,000 scholarship.
The Literacy Empowerment Foundation is offering free books for Read Across America Day. Orders are due February 11.