Summer Math Boosters
The Summer Math Boosters Website is now available for students new to the Highly Capable Math program this year. These students will be studying mathematics at a grade level above in the Fall. The summer math booster activities will help your student learn key topics from that "skipped" year of math content.
The site also has summer boosters for Walk to Math students who will be entering Algebra 1 in middle school next year. In the 2017-2018 school year, these students spent time learning the 6th grade, 7th grade, and some of the 8th grade standards. Teachers spent the school year focusing on the most important topics of the three grades, so a few topics have been left for independent study during the summer.
Community Collaboration and Engagement
You are valued members to our collaborative team supporting HiCap students. Therfore, we are planning a number of ways in which you can engage and work with the district.
***** Recruiting Parents for Shoreline HiCap Advisory Committee *****
The Shoreline HiCap Advisory Committee will be a new way for Shoreline parents, administrators, and teachers to:
-- Learn together about gifted learners
-- Provide feedback on the implementation of our Hicap program
-- Plan district community events
-- Provide information for HiCap newsletters
We are accepting applications for the committee with the goal of starting in the fall of 2017. We will meet 4 times per year.
If you are a Shoreline public schools parent interested in serving on this committee please go to this online form and submit your name for consideration.
HiCap Magnet Program Transportation
Specific information regarding transportation for students who will attend the Magnet HiCap Program will be communicated in the middle to late August, from the Transportation Department. However, please know that students who attend the magnet program at either Ridgecrest or Meridian Park will be transported from their neighborhood school to the magnet school neighborhood school in the morning and then back in the afternoon.
It is important to know students will need to be able to walk or have transportation to and from their home (or care provider) to their neighborhood school. This means students cannot take the regular neighborhood buses as the bus schedules do not line up.
Recording of Parent Meeting to Learn About HiCap Changes
The Shoreline School Board voted on Monday, March 20, regarding how Highly Capable services will be provided next school year. We held some community meetings recently to provide parents and staff with more information and an opportunity to ask questions about the new options for Highly Capable Services.
A recording of the parent meeting that was held on March 30 is posted below.
Director of Teaching and Learning
18560 1st Ave NE
Shoreline, WA 98155
Instructional Specialist for Highly Capable
Specialist, Highly Capable & Assessment
Shoreline HiCap Advocacy Group
State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instructional Services – Highly Capable
Washington Association for Gifted Children
National Association for Gifted Children
The Robinson Center for Young Scholars at the University of Washington
SENG – Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted