Rummage Sale/Give and Take Volunteers Needed April 30th

Update as of May 2nd: Thank you to all the volunteers, this event was a great success supporting the community while raising just shy of $1500! Please sign up on our sign up genius for Saturday April 30th 8am-3pm to help support HPE! If on a mobile device click this post and the sign up... Continue Reading →

HPE Earth Day Clean Up April 23rd 9am-Noon

Join us anytime from 9-noon for liter pick up, mulch spreading, planting, sweeping, and grounds improvements at Highland Park Elementary School. We will meet on the black top. We will have free coffee, doughnuts and Dominos Pizza to accompany our communities hard work. Come as you are, leave as a stronger member of your community.... Continue Reading →


We are half way through the 2021-2022 school year. The Highland Park Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is kicking off our board member recruitment for the 2022-2023 school year. We are looking for the next Highland Park PTA board!  All four board positions are open. To ensure the PTA's nonprofit 501c3 status, all board positions must be filled. The... Continue Reading →

Black Lives Matter at School Week!

Black Lives Matter at School Week is here! It may look different this year with distance learning, but teachers at Highland Park are still engaging in this work for their students and our community. Here is an article in the Seattle Times describing this Week of Action. This is the Year of Purpose, read more... Continue Reading →

Part two in new Education Lab series

Highline tries to avoid learning loss by boosting students ahead. "There's plenty of research on what happens when education is disrupted by natural disasters, like Hurricane Katrina, or planned breaks in learning, like summer."

New Education Lab series

The Seattle Times is running a new series as part of its Education Lab. The first article was published today, coming up in the series is part 2 (In Highline schools, a strategy often reserved for top performers might be working for everyone) and part 3 (Do standardized tests still serve their purpose?) Here is... Continue Reading →

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