Congratulations to the New Start High School Class of 2020. Our seniors have worked hard, and they deserve to be celebrated. Although a traditional graduation ceremony is not possible due to the pandemic, we have a creative way to celebrate commencement.
With the current restrictions on in-person activities, children and teens may be spending more time online. Please take this opportunity to talk with your child about staying safe online. Younger children are especially vulnerable to being deceived by people they encounter in multi-player games and other internet gathering places.
Read this family message from Superintendent Susan Enfield about planning for fall 2020.
Highline Schools Foundation announced the first 17 winners of its 2020 scholarship process for high school seniors.
Today's update includes the last day of school, email bouncebacks and wifi resources in the community.
During this difficult time, we understand that as a parent taking a bigger role in your student’s education you may have concerns. Distance Learning brought countless challenges, but Highline Public Schools is committed to communicating and working with you and your family. If you are encountering:
Educators have never had to adapt like they have this year, creating new ways to engage students and families. Highline teachers made an overnight transition to a distance learning model, showing our community their best qualities: innovation, perseverance, tenacity, care and commitment.
Today's family update includes meal site information, learning supply kits, elementary grading and more.
We have updated our high school grading policy for this semester, based on a new directive from the Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction. This directive applies to all school districts in the state.
All Highline Public Schools eleventh- and twelfth-grade students are invited to join the 2020 Pacific Northwest Education and Workforce Summit on Thursday, April 30.