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UPDATE - HIGHLAND'S POWER HAS BEEN RESTORED

We are pleased to announce that the power is back on at Highland Elementary.  We'd like to give a shout out to Avista for getting the power restored so quickly and to our staff and students for being flexible during the outage.  #beRESOURCEFUL!


HIGHLAND SCHOOL NEWS!
MARCH 2017 EDITION


WHAT'S HAPPENING AT HIGHLAND?

MARCH
  • March 10 - Early Release at noon for grade prep
  • March 17 - Silverwood Forms Due
  • March 21 - Highland PTO Meeting, 6PM in the library
  • March 22-24 - Early Release at noon for Spring Conferences
  • March 29 - Pictures
  • March 30 - Grinovations Mobile Dentist Visit to Highland, 8AM to 3PM (please call our office if your child did not bring a form home)
APRIL
  • April 3-7 - No School - Spring Break
  • April 19, 20, 21 - Buy One Get One Free Book Fair, 8AM to 3PM
  • April 21 - Highland School-Wide/Family Clean Up Day


NEW ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS

Clarkston School District is changing their enrollment practices to require all students to have proof of a physical address within the Clarkston School District. This change was made to get on level with most other school districts in the state of Washington who require some form of proof of residency. The District is implementing this change for the start of the 2017-2018 school year which starts now with the yearly registration process.

Any new student to the district will be required to verify residency prior to being enrolled. Acceptable forms of proof of residency include a utility bill, lease agreement, or other documentation that you live at an address in our school district. Current students will need to provide proof of a physical address during the registration process.

Registration is open now through March 3, at your local school. Please remember to bring your proof of residency when turning in your forms.


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arrowsMumps Information
02/01/2017
Washington currently has an outbreak of mumps disease. Most of the cases are in King County, mainly in the Auburn area, but there are also cases in Pierce, Spokane, and Yakima counties, and the outbreak could spread further.
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