2017 Elementary Honor Choir

The Honor Choir of Franklin Pierce Schools performed at their annual concert on March 16, 2017 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Parkland, WA. This is "Song of Peace" by Teresa Jennings. This version was directed by Mike Byrd, and accompanied by Cara Reese.

What's Happening

GATES graduates receive scholarships
Congratulations to all the GATES Gators that are graduating this year! An awards event was held last week to honor those who have received scholarships and honor cords. Next year alone, graduates have already received over $65,000 in scholarships.
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Collage of Award Winners
13 individuals and 2 schools honored at May 9 School Board meeting
A ceremony was held by the Franklin Pierce School Board of Directors on Tuesday, May 9, 2017, to honor the district's two schools that won a 2016 Washington Achievement award and the 13 individuals who won either an Excellence in Education or Partner in Education award. Click "Read More" for the list of recipients.
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34 Cardinals admitted to CWU
Congratulations to the 34 seniors from Franklin Pierce High School who were admitted to Central Washington University! 11 have already confirmed their enrollment as a CWU Wildcat for next school year!
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Superintendent's Message

May / June 2017
The U.S. system of public education teaches more, helps more, achieves more, and still gets criticized more than any system in any country in the world. One of the factors that make our system the cornerstone of our democracy is the free access all children have to an education. This access is not limited to only those who pay, as it is in many countries. This access is not limited to those with transportation, or to those who can afford uniforms, or lunch, or even a home. It is not limited to those who speak English or those without special physical, emotional, behavioral, or intellectual needs. We take all comers and offer them a free education for 13 years of their life!
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