The award is given to the top 5 percent of schools in the state that have made outstanding improvements in reading and math sustained over a five-year period. Highland Elementary School was named a 2014 School of Distinction from The Center for Educational Effectiveness in partnership with the Association of Educational Service Districts, the Association of Washington School Principals, Washington Association of School Administrators, Washington State School Directors’ Association and Washington State Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Do you like to run? Or, do you want to get better at running? Maybe both? Well, then the Highland Striders Club is just for you! The Striders meet each Friday under the covered area right at 7:45 am. Please don't come any earlier, as there is no supervision until 7:45.
Are you a person who enjoys Synergizing with others? Do you like learning new dance moves and cheers? Do you like to perform....or learn how to get more comfortable with it? This might be the club for you!
The Highland Xylo-Tones meet throughout the fall to prepare for their big performance in December! They definitely use Habit 2! Talk about Beginning with the End in Mind! Check in with Mrs. Plunkett if you have questions about this group!
Are you interested in synergizing with others to make our community better? K Club, in partnership with the Lake Stevens Kiwanis, are all about making a difference. Mrs. Abels, Mrs. Muir, and Mr. Jespersen, along with Kiwanis members Karen Wolfe and Sandy Racz will be the advisors for this club! More information will be coming out very soon on meeting dates and times!
Click the above link to access Reflex Math. This is the on-line math program that EVERY Highland student has an account for. This means that our students can practice math facts here at school and at home! Talk with your child's teacher if you do not have your child's username and password.
Click the above link to access IXL Math. This is the on-line math program that EVERY Highland student has an account for. This means that our students can practice math at their grade level by state standard here at school and at home! Talk with your child's teacher if you do not have your child's username and password.
Fill the Limo Food Drive, November 24th-26th!
Highland students and families....it's time to fill a limo full of food to donate to our local food bank, and Lil Hungry Hearts! Students can begin to bring in food to their classrooms starting on Monday, November 24th and the drive ends on Wednesday, November 26th. Classrooms will bring their food down to the limo to fill it up on November 26th!!
What is Peachjar you ask? Well, it's not what you might think!