Based on public health recommendations, we intend to continue phasing in students to in-person learning on March 1. We are asking families with students in PreK-5 or our IAC program (K-12) to commit to hybrid or fully remote instruction by January 29. To do so, please fill out the commitment form below for each of your students in PreK-5 or our IAC program (K-12). If your student is in an IAC program in K-5th grade, please fill out the elementary form.
Kindergarten Jump Start will be held virtually this year from August 17th – 21st.
We are busy, preparing for hybrid learning and planning for Fall 2021. We are excited for two new learning options opening in Fall 2021, Maritime High School and Highline Virtual Academy
Help us determine the best way to serve student meals that is convenient for all families as we transition to hybrid, in-person learning.
There is only one more week to apply to our secondary schools of choice. The application will close at 11:00 p.m. on January 31.
Students have a lot of options when it comes to middle and high school--either their neighborhood school or a school of choice. Secondary schools of choice include Big Picture, CHOICE Academy, Raisbeck Aviation High School, the new Maritime High School and the Highline Virtual Academy as well as the International Baccalaureate (IB) program at Mount Rainier High School.
Highline Virtual Academy is launching this fall for students in 6th through 12th grade. Students who thrive in independent and online learning will benefit from attending the Highline Virtual Academy. Flexibility and self-pace are two important components of the academy’s learning model.
Many of you have asked questions about our hybrid plan. Please see our FAQ page for a complete list. Here are a few common questions.
Please read this family message from Superintendent Susan Enfield about our plan to move to in-person hybrid learning.
This week we announced our plans to bring elementary and more students with special needs back into school buildings, beginning March 1. Why now and why March 1? Superintendent Susan Enfield answers that question.
The staff and families of Beverly Park strive to create a safe, motivating and respectful learning environment, where students realize their potential while developing academic skills through teamwork and an appreciation for the talents of all.