Franklin Pierce Schools

 Archived News/Announcements
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6/14/2014   Last day of school is Tuesday, June 17
6/9/2014   469 district students earned their high school diploma on June 7
6/4/2014   Franklin Pierce Schools hosts four summer lunch sites
6/3/2014   student leaders organize Cardinal Day of Service, community invited to participate
6/3/2014   Making Parkland Beautiful: Second Annual Summer Arts Camp
6/2/2014   Patriots boys tennis brings home state doubles championship title
6/2/2014   Isaiah Thomas of the Sacramento Kings visits Keithley Middle
5/30/2014   Track and Field athletes set records
5/29/2014   JROTC wins 2014 Distinguished Unit Award
5/20/2014   Memorial Day Weekend
5/19/2014   Washington High School AFJROTC Performs at Mariners Game
5/16/2014   Senator Bruce Dammeier honored by Franklin Pierce Schools with a 2014 WASA Community Leadership Award
5/15/2014   Elmhurst teacher Jennifer Bruce recognized as Star 101.5 Teacher of the Week
5/14/2014   District recognizes 2014 community and school leaders during school board meeting
5/14/2014   Christensen Elementary and District ELL efforts highlighted on international Spanish-speaking news broadcast
5/13/2014   KMS students attend YMCA Youth Legislature
5/9/2014   11 students earn varsity letter in community service from United Way
5/7/2014   Franklin Pierce High School named on 2014 Best High Schools list
5/6/2014   Class of 2014 Graduations
5/6/2014   This week in sports, May 5 through May 10
5/5/2014   Former FPHS teacher launches her new book, The Flying Burgowski, at book reading event on May 17
5/4/2014   Franklin Pierce YOUTH FIRST! invites you to the annual Fun Run and Discovery Fair
4/22/2014   FREE youth sports clinic hosted by PLU on May 3 for students in grades 1 through 6
4/22/2014   FMS bands score superior rating at league band contest
 2014-2015 Student Registration
Online Registration for 2014-2015 New Students

Online Registration for 2014-2015 Returning Students

 Superintendent's Corner

As we complete the 2013-14 school year, we once again reflect on our past to prepare for our future. We celebrate our successes, we learn from our mistakes, and we squarely face our challenges. We are living in a global economy that requires our students to be prepared to think both critically and creatively, evaluate massive amounts of information, solve complex problems, and communicate well.
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