Shoreline School District Levy Presentation, January 10 at 6:00 pm

Shoreline and Lake Forest Park residents will be voting this February on a school levy.  Proposition 1 and Proposition 2 are replacement levies supporting educational programs and operations and technology improvements for all Shoreline schools.  Come hear a short presentation on the levy and get your questions answered.

This entry was posted on December 14, 2017, in Events, News.

Shoreline Fire Department FREE Teaching Demonstrations

  • Would you know how to administer an EpiPen for someone who is having a severe allergic reaction?
  • How can you help a diabetic with low or high blood sugar or someone having a seizure?
  • How can we help someone who can’t breathe because of asthma?
  • This last Thanksgiving a Highland Terrace student was saved by the Heimlich Maneuver after choking, do you know the Heimlich?

Our PTA wants to give everyone the tools to help others going through these medical emergencies.

Shoreline Fire Department will be giving a FREE teaching demonstration in our school’s library on January 17 6:00-7:00pm.

Please mark your calendars and join us for an evening of learning.

This entry was posted on December 11, 2017, in Events, News.

The Washington Poison Center call for Artists

The Washington Poison Center (WAPC) is calling for artists in 1st-5th grade to enter its poison prevention poster contest. The WAPC is looking for a poster that will let people know they can be safe from poisonings. Deadline to mail entries is January 3, 2018.

One talented child in grades 1-5 will be chosen as the Mr. Yuk Poster Contest winner. The winning design will be used as our state’s official Poison Prevention Week poster. The winner will also receive a monetary prize and a visit with his/her lawmakers, family, and Mr. Yuk at our state capitol. Learn more here about the poison prevention poster contest.

This entry was posted on December 4, 2017, in News.

Volunteers Are Still Needed for Science Night

Science Night is this Friday, Dec. 1, and we still need volunteers to help us pull off the event!  Please take a moment to look at what we need, and consider volunteering some of your time.  Even just 30 minutes could be a big help! Questions?  Email Nicolle at

Here is the sign up link:

It is a going to be a great night!



It’s the time of year at Highland Terrace when we prepare a plate full of holiday cookies for all teachers and staff members.  This year we’ll be collecting the cookies and making the plates on Wednesday, December 13th.

To make this delicious delivery happen, it takes about 65 bakers.

How can you help?

  • Provide two dozen of your favorite holiday treats and/or
  • Help assemble the cookie plates

Cookies must be dropped off in the teachers’ break room by 9 am on Dec. 13th. We will start assembling the boxes right after the first bell.

To sign up: 

Thank you in advance for your help,


Science Night

Friday, December 1 @6:30-8pm

Highland Terrace
Mark your calendars so you can meet professional scientists. You’ll explore birds of prey, learn about stars, discover chemistry, wallabies, robots & more!

We’d appreciate your help the evening of the event. Sign up!

This entry was posted on October 27, 2017, in Events, News.

The Works – Volunteer to Help Sort Clothing

Wednesday, November 1st @6:30-8 PM

North City Elementary portables, 816 NE 190th St, Shoreline, WA 98155

The Shoreline PTA council partners with other local PTA’s to provide clothing assistance to Shoreline students. Highland Terrace PTA is scheduled to sort clothing.


Each school is asked to provide 4 volunteers. Join us for a fun community event where we sort clothing. This service means so much to families experiencing economic hardship, giving them an opportunity for their children & teens to “shop” for gently used, stylish clothing, receive new under garments, socks & hygiene products.


Thanks again for supporting the Works. Email if you can help. I look forward to working with you!

This entry was posted on October 19, 2017, in Events, News.