Both levies are passing with over 60% approval! Thank you, voters!

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What's Happening

Honor Choir Poster
Mark your calendars for the annual Elementary Honor Choir!
Come one, come all! Franklin Pierce Schools is excited to invite you to attend the annual Elementary Honor Choir, featuring students from each of the district's eight elementary schools! Mark you calendars for Saturday, March 24!
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Josten Renaissance Photo
WHS hosts Josten's Renaissance
Washington High School had the honor of hosting over 1,100 leadership students from the region at the annual Josten’s Renaissance ®! Jostens Renaissance® is an acclaimed educational enrichment program that is a customizable by each school community to reduce dropout rates and promote academic success! Key focus areas include boosting GPAs, increasing attendance, improving school pride, and growing graduation rates.
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SkillsUSA State Qualifiers
Five district students qualify for State SkillsUSA
Congratulations to the Pierce County Skills Center's SkillsUSA state qualifiers! A total of thirty-nine students (five from Franklin Pierce Schools) will go on to the state leadership conference in Yakima in April after placing 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in the regional competition.
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Superintendent's Message

January / February 2018
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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