The District just announced the return of its pool membership program for Highlands residents which begins May 1st. The “Come back to the pool” membership campaign is focused on engaging residents who may have postponed or discontinued their attendance to the Highlands Pool over the past 2 years due to the COVID pandemic. The new program was developed over the past six months as COVID restrictions…
The Highlands Rec annual Eggstravaganza event is back! On Saturday, April 16th from 10:00am-12:00pm, join us for Easter crafts, egg hunts, refreshments, balloon twisting, an underwater egg hunt and a visit from the Easter Bunny! Masks will be required by children during the egg hunts, in an effort to keep patrons safe and minimalize contact with others. Entrance to the underwater egg hunt is…
On Saturday, May 21st, the Highlands Rec is hosting a Spring Craft Fair in the Rec parking lot! Join us from 12pm-4pm to check out some local vendors, buy some handmade goods, and socialize with friends!
Highlands Recreation District has a number of new enrichment classes and camps to offer, as well as a few of our regular popular classes, too! We’d love for you to get to know each instructor and contractor that we work with to offer these wonderful classes!
This month, Highlands Rec is shining the spotlight on Alexa Flores, who has been working at Highlands Rec for 5 years! Alexa first started at the Rec as a Chameleon Teacher in the ECC and then joined the ASP program. What Alexa enjoys most about her job is seeing the children from her first chameleon class, who are now in second grade, grow and become amazing elementary students. She truly loves…
Greetings! We are so excited to be finishing up enrollment here at the EEC and are looking forward to meeting all our new students this summer! As we begin thinking about the new school year, we try to prepare our classrooms in a way that makes sense to a child who is brand new to the school and that allows them to begin to build independence. For example, we have a picture schedule of what…
March was filled with rainbows and leprechauns! The kids celebrated St. Patrick’s Day by doing creative art projects, looking for gold, and they even competed in a green Jell-O eating contest. Next month, we’ll be celebrating earth day by making recycled bird feeders, planting flowers, and making earth cupcakes.
“Come back to the Pool”-Check out our new Resident Pool Membership Program!
The Stanford Blood Center is hosting a blood drive in the Highlands Rec Gym on Saturday, May 28th from 9am-3pm. There are lots of appointments available. There are many appointment times currently available. Be sure to schedule your appointment early! To secure your appointment now, please click here.
We are hiring!
Looking for a safe, spacious, and fun place to throw a birthday or holiday party? Maybe you need somewhere to hold monthly meetings? The Highlands Rec Multipurpose Room can accommodate up to 60 guests. For more information and to check availability, please email Heidi Roman, Recreation Coordinator.
April 1 – April Fool’s Day
Riddle: Why is the letter A like a flower?
The Board Meeting will occur on Tuesday, May 10th, 2022, at 7:00pm. Participation by the public is available remotely via Zoom or in person.