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Join The Highline School Board!

Join The Highline School Board!

Zoom Call on March 2nd – 2 pm

Dear Highline Community,

As of Spring 2022, only 33.4% of Highline students met English Language Standards, and only 21.5% met Math Standards [per OSPI Report Card]. Highline Schools receive at least $17,445 per student per year in our district, and yet we rank in the lowest 20% of schools in Washington State. How can we make things better for our children and our community? What can we do?

It’s time to consider running for the Highline School Board – Districts 1, 4 & 5. Conscientious, academically-supportive candidates are needed to ensure that the future of our children and the Highline Community is strong and resilient.  

Rigorous academics are the backbone for success in every school, so it is imperative that we give our children, who are our future leaders, the foundation that they need to be excellent employees, leaders, community members, and astute citizens.

Highline’s promise is to know every child by “name, strength, and need.” However, we need parents, families, and community members to stand up for the kids of Highline by primarily supporting their academic engagement. As a member of the School Board, you can help to shape the curriculum and policies that impact our entire community.

 It’s time to learn:

  • The importance of redirecting curriculums to focus on academics
  • How to join the school board, and what you can do when elected
  • How you can be effective on the school board

If this sounds like you, and you would like to equip yourself with the tools needed to join the Highline School Board, the Pacific Justice Institute is hosting a Zoom Call this Thursday, March 2nd, at 2 pm PT.


Right after you register, check your email for the Zoom meeting link. If you have questions during the call, simply type them into the chat feature on Zoom.

Please contact Katie@DanielMedia.com if you have any questions.

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