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  • Welcome back, Higley Knights! We hope you all had a restful summer and that you and yours are doing well. This has been an interesting past few months, to say the least, but we are really looking forward to seeing you all again on Monday, July 27th, through our virtual class meetings!

    As we return to school remotely, we will use our Canvas online platform as a base of operations for all classes. So the first day of school will look different than the typical first day of school. 

    Students are expected to log on to Canvas on Monday, July 27th, at 8:00 a.m. and attend their first hour class, which will be a synchronous virtual learning session. Links for the online synchronous learning sessions are located on your student's Canvas homepage for each course.

    Canvas website:

    Username: firstname.lastname

    Password: S.00##### (S.00 then school ID number)

    After first hour, students will report to their next class period, again through the link provided in their second hour Canvas classroom, and so on, per the following Remote Learning Schedule.







    7 – 7:55


    0 hour



    0 hour

    8 – 8:55

    1st hour

    4th hour

    Office Hours

    1st hour

    4th hour

    9 – 9:55

    2nd hour

    5th hour

    2nd hour

    5th hour

    10 – 10:55

    3rd hour

    6th hour


    3rd hour

    6th hour

    11 - 3


    No direct instruction – students are expected to work on assignments from all classes


    The following link includes video tutorials for the district on how to access student remote learning platforms. Not only will these links help access curricular platforms but will also help you troubleshoot any issues you may encounter:

    If you require technical assistance with login information or access to specific curriculum resources, please contact us by phone at 480.279.7011 or email.

    Teachers will be reaching out to their first hour students to ensure that you have access to the appropriate platforms prior to the first day.

    We look forward to connecting with you this coming Monday! 


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  • School Cash Online now open

    Higley Unified School District is introducing a new way for parents to pay for field trips, class fees, yearbooks, spirit wear, athletic fees, and more.

    The system is called School Cash Online and families can use it today! Learn more online at

    Register before school starts on July 27 so you don’t miss a beat!

    All school meals will continue to be collected through

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  • Online Access

    School Computer Login

    Microsoft Office (provides access to Outlook, Teams, Word, PowerPoint, etc.)

    • Website:
    • Username - Same as school computer login.
    • Password - Same as school computer login.

    Canvas Classroom

    • Website:
    • Username – first name.last name
    • Password - Same as school computer login.


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  • To: Grade 12 Families

    From: Higley High School Administration

    Re: College Prep English

    Higley High School is eager to offer a new dual enrollment course this year called College Prep English. College Prep English is not an honors or accelerated course and serves as a  12th grade English course that fulfills the Arizona high school graduation requirements. Additionally, the course can be taken for dual enrollment credit through Chandler Gilbert Community College. Students can earn ENG 101 and ENG 102 course credits with successful completion (a grade of C or higher) of the course. An overwhelming majority, if not all college students, must complete the basic ENG 101 and ENG 102 courses in almost every pathway and these course are universally transferrable from CGCC to all Arizona Universities. Additionally, Chandler Gilbert Community College has transfer agreements with a large amount of colleges and universities around the country that will allow this course to transfer as the required  basic English courses. This class is strongly encouraged for anyone who even has the slightest inclining of post-secondary studies as they can gain exposure to an entry level college course, complete it with their high school teacher and cohort at a slower pace over the course of an entire high school year (as opposed to the condensed 17 week traditional college semesters), and start their post high school career with some college already complete.

    If you are enrolled in a different 12th grade English course and are interested in requesting College Prep English please complete the class change request below.

    If you have any further questions regarding the course or dual enrollment please contact James Walker at or 480 279 7319

    Included below is the course guide description for College Prep English:

    COLLEGE PREP ENGLISH 1 & 2 (will be Dual Enrollment ENG 101/102) This is a college-level course designed for students to complete English 101 and 102 at the university. English 101 students will read nonfiction essays, complete an argumentative research paper, an I-Search paper and other writing forms. English 102 students will learn research techniques for a critical analysis paper, and critique two major novels and a play. AP and dual enrollment courses are college-level courses, and some reading selections may contain mature subject matter. Course Length: 1 year Prerequisite: 3 English credits Grade Level: 12 Fees: Tuition if taken for Dual Enrollment Location: HHS, WFHS


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  • School Meals to Go 

    Higley Unified School District Meal service will be available for all enrolled students starting on July 27th, 2020.

    Breakfast and lunch will be offered 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday-Friday at every school. Food will also be available for a limited time each day at select Higley bus stops. Information about the food service locations is available at

    Higley families can visit any district campus or select bus stops to obtain school meals. They do not have to visit their specific campus or bus stop. Only currently enrolled Higley families may participate at this time.

    Meals will be charged to the students meal account according to the student’s Free/Reduced/Paid status. Students or families picking up meals must have student ID or the recently mailed food service ID. No cash will be accepted.

    Meal applications need to be filled out every school year. Applications from last school year will expire on September 4, 2020. Income eligibility requirements have changed for this year.

    Parents PLEASE fill out the meal application form, available online at

    If you have additional questions, please email

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  • ParentVUE Update

    ParentVue is the Higley Unified School District portal to student schedules, student grades and attendance history. It is also used for registration and re-enrollment each year.

    Families that need help to access ParentVue, should contact their school offices.

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  • for your Transcript Needs

    Higley High School is proud to offer services for all of your transcript needs.  For details on requesting transcripts please go to the Programs/Services tab, choose the Registration tab, and then choose the Requesting a High School Transcript tab.

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  • Register My Athlete

    In an attempt to streamline the athletic clearance process, Higley High School is going paperless.

    Using the enclosed instructions, you will now complete the athletic clearance packet electronically at All forms can be viewed and signed electronically, and additional required forms (i.e.-physical forms, etc.) can be uploaded to your account.

    Please follow the enclosed instructions to register your students for athletic clearance, for the 2020-2021 academic school year. If you have any questions, contact the Elizabeth Lafayette Ronchetto in Athletic Department at 480.279.7317

    Register My Athlete Instructions

    Register My Athlete log in

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  • Follow us today on Social Media

    The District maintains three social media accounts to celebrate school, student and staff accomplishments, as well as update the community on events. We invite you to join us!

    Like us on Facebook:

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    and Tweet us at:

    Should an emergency situation arise that impacts the school day please visit the school's website where a parent notification will be displayed to provide you with the most up-to-date information.

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