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TRAFFIC ADVISORY FOR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17
01/16/2018
Due to the memorial service for Pierce County Sheriff’s Deputy McCartney at Pacific Lutheran University, there will be higher than usual traffic flows at times throughout the day on Wednesday, January 17. All schools will be on normal schedules, but we do ask that parents and students be patient as some school bus routes may be delayed in the morning and/or afternoon.
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2018-19 3rd and 4th Grade Student Referrals for Highly Capable Now Open
01/16/2018
Referrals for the district's Highly Capable program are open now through March 9. If you think your student may be eligible, please refer your student to test for the Highly Capable Student Program. Pick up a Project Excel Program referral packet in your school’s office today. Return the completed referral packet to Teaching and Learning (c/o Annette Burnett) by 4:00 p.m., March 9th. Registrations will not be accepted after the deadline. Click "Read More" for more information.
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Faker Rowing
WHS student signed to Univ. of Washington Rowing
01/12/2018
Vanessa Faker, Washington High School senior, has signed as the top recruit to University of Washington’s (UW) Rowing team. Just last year, the UW Huskies won an NCAA women’s rowing title in a historic sweep of all three races: the varsity eight, the second varsity eight, and the four. Vanessa will be joining an elite collegiate rowing team!
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Superintendent's Message

Hewins
January / February 2018
12/29/2017
From the early days of our nation, public education has played a vital role in shaping and developing young people to fully participate in our American democratic society. In addition to preparing them for productive work and fulfilling lives, public education has also been expected to accomplish certain collective missions aimed at promoting the common good. These include, among others, preparing youth to become responsible citizens, forging a common culture from a nation of immigrants, and reducing inequalities in American society. Public education has been, and continues to be, the “Great Equalizer” for the children and young people of Franklin Pierce School District.
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