Family Q & A Nights. Get help for your student.
ELA book pick-up and delivery information.
The graduation rate for Highline Public Schools increased for the seventh straight year. The overall graduation rate for the Class of 2020 is 83.8 percent. The greatest increase came for Black/African American students, who graduated at the highest rate ever in Highline, at 88.7 percent. That is an increase of 12 percentage points over the previous year.
During distance learning, every student has an adult at school who is asked to check in with them once a week.
Issac Mota is a 6th grade student at Chinook Middle School. When we visited Issac and his mother Tiffany Scott, to find out how Distance Learning is going, Isaac was in art class via Zoom, using a laptop issued by the school.
We want to know more about your experience with Distance Learning during the pandemic. Please help us better support you and other students and families by completing the survey linked below. The survey will take about 5-10 minutes to complete and your answers will be anonymous.
Our family update for October 26 includes a replay of the family webinar, results from our last Thoughtexchange, a reminder to vote by Nov. 3 and info on the immigrant relief fund.
Election day is Tuesday, November 3. You can read about all the important issues in the voter pamphlet or online, including Highline's proposed technology levy.
School meals are a convenient and healthy option for all families during Distance Learning. We have FREE meals available for ALL children 18 and younger. Check out a message from Superintendent Enfield about the importance of sharing this information with families.
We invite 3rd-, 7th-, and 9th-grade students to give input on student experiences, including relationships, relevance and ownership of learning.