What's Happening

Water Quality
Water is safe to drink in district schools
04/26/2016
In light of the recent media attention concerning dissolved lead content in drinking water supply at public schools, Franklin Pierce School District would like to share our most recent voluntary water quality test results, specifically regarding dissolved lead content. We want to assure the community that the water in our schools is safe to drink. The district will continue to monitor water quality in the schools.
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Winner
Three district schools win state's highest honor
04/19/2016
Congratulations to Brookdale Elementary, Central Avenue Elementary, and Christensen Elementary!
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District wins $200,000 grant from state
04/18/2016
The money will be used to construct teaching greenhouses on the Washington High/Keithley Middle campus, repair existing greenhouses at the district Farm on Waller Road, and install a produce washing station at the district farm to better enable our Nutrition Services department to incorporate fresh produce, grown locally, into student meals.
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Superintendent's Message

Hewins
April/May 2016
03/19/2016
On Tuesday, March 8, 2016, the FPSD Board of Directors passed a resolution to run a bond measure in the next general election on November 8, 2016. The successful passage of this measure will have historic impact on the future of Franklin Pierce Schools, our community, and our children! We have positioned ourselves well in the timing of this effort and will be able to drive $157 million into our community and local economy through construction projects and jobs without having to increase our current tax rates. As a result, the capital improvements derived from this bond will position us well into the middle of the 21st century.
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