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  • MILK & BAKED GOODS SERVICES BIDS: Highlands School District is accepting sealed bids for milk services and baked goods services for the 2019-2020 school year. Bid specifications may be obtained below. Completed bids are due no later than 12:00p.m., Wednesday, May 8, 2019. The Highlands School District reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and award in any manner deemed by it, in its sole discretion to be in the best interests of Highlands School District. MILK BID SPECIFICATIONS & BAKED GOODS BID SPECIFICATIONS

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  • ATTENTION HIGHLANDS COMMUNITY (and beyond!): A group of High School staff members and parents are coordinating an effort to make the Prom preparation experience available and affordable to students in need. They are in search of area businesses or independent hairstylists, makeup artists, nail technicians, etc. to donate their services for an hour or two on Friday, May 10 between 12pm-4pm at Highlands High School. If you are able to volunteer your time and service, please contact Kathy Black at kblack@goldenrams.com. Thank you in advance for your support!

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  • REMINDER: The schedule for this week is as follows - Monday 4/15 and Tuesday 4/16 are regular school days. Wednesday 4/17 is a teacher professional development day so there is no school for students. Thursday 4/18 is a make up day and school WILL be in session for students. Friday 4/19 is a holiday break and there is no school for students. Have a great week!

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  • THE DELINQUENT TAX REPORT is available for public viewing. 

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  • PROM 2019 INFO: The Highlands High School Prom will be held on Friday, May 10 at the Sheraton Station Square in Pittsburgh. There will be a Promenade at 5:00pm and pictures at the High School prior to leaving for the venue. Prom Ticket sales will be Thursday & Friday, April 11 & 12; Monday & Tuesday, April 15 & 16; and the week of April 22, with the final day being Friday, April 26. Cost is $80 per ticket. 

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  • GOLD CARD LUNCHEON: The annual Highlands Gold Card Club Easter Program and Luncheon will be held on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 at Highlands High School. Gold Card members will receive an invitation in the mail the week of April 1 that includes all of the details. Questions may be directed to Jennifer Goldberg, 724-226-2400, ext. 4535 or jgoldberg@goldenrams.com. If you're 62 or older and not yet a member, please visit this page for more information. 

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  • EASTER HOLIDAY 365 IN NEED OF DONATIONS: Highlands High School senior Marissa Callender, who spearheaded December's Holiday 365 Toy Drive, hopes to also make the Easter holiday brighter for young children in need within the Highlands community. Items being accepted for the spring drive are New Toys (cars, dolls, stuffed animals, legos, action figures and more) ● Art Supplies (coloring books, notebooks, crayons, markers, colored pencils, art kits, and more) ● Spring Clothes ● Plastic Easter Eggs ● Easter Baskets ● Easter Grass ● Candy ● Easter Basket Stuffers. Donations may be dropped off at the High School office, weekdays from 7am-3pm until April 17. Thank you for your support! 

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  • 2019-20 SCHOOL CALENDAR: An at-a-glance version of the Highlands School District 2019-20 School Calendar is available here. The first day for students will be on August 29, 2019. 

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  • MAKE-UP DAYS: Due to the three weather-related school cancellations, school will be in session on the following days for all students. Please mark your calendars: Thursday, April 18; Monday, April 22; and Tuesday, April 23, 2019.

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  • ANNUAL REMINDER: Parents/guardians and students are encouraged to review and understand the following School Board Policies.

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  • TAKE ACTION: The Highlands School Board and PSBA encourages parents and residents to take action on issues that affect public education by contacting legislators. Click here to read about the current educational issues and to send a letter to legislators through PSBA's website. 

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