Brandice Tranholt deserves to be recognized for her unwavering devotion to truly knowing all of her students by name, strength and need.
Celebrating Our Outstanding Staff
The Ducky Awards is Superintendent Susan Enfield's fun way of recognizing staff for going above and beyond to advance Our Promise of knowing every student by name, strength and need. To nominate a colleague, send an email to Superintendent Enfield with the name of the individual and a brief paragraph on how they deliver on our promise.
Wearing a multitude of hats throughout the day, Debbie is always moving and always helping in any way possible. With a tireless work ethic, she consistently goes above and beyond her duties to ensure the daily transitions are as smooth as possible .
Colin Ikeda is a 5th-grade teacher at Hilltop Elementary and he exemplifies our Highline Promise to know every student by name, strength and need. The 2018-19 school year was Colin’s first year in Highline Public Schools; he was previously teaching in San Francisco United School District.
Mickey takes extra care and time to prepare when working with children. She is always there to help when there are not enough hands to accomplish a project.
Highline High Fives are a way for our staff to celebrate each other. Do you have a colleague who goes above and beyond? Or do you know a team or department who deserves some extra recognition? Show them some appreciation by nominating them for a Highline High Five. We'll post your nominations right here on our staff kudos page.
Dave was SO supportive in walking me through the necessary steps to manage some features of an application.
The transition of grade 6 to middle school has had some challenges, not the least of which is the first time preparation for Camp Waskowitz. Julie stepped up at Sylvester and volunteered to lead the planning.
Carrie Hylander is one of the most dedicated, kindest and most effective teachers with whom I have the pleasure of knowing.
Wendy is so detail-oriented in her approach to working with staff, making herself available and accessible.