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MId-Winter Break

No school February 19-23

District Offices open 7:30 am - 3:00 pm February 20-23

Free Parenting Classes

Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) helps parents become more loving, confident, and effective in their parenting style. February 29 - March 28, 6-8pm; Classes will be in Spanish. Click here to learn more.

Black History Month

FPS invites you to recognize Black History Month with us! Black History Month offers us an opportunity to learn and reflect on the historical and ongoing injustices placed on the Black community while celebrating the excellence, joy, beauty and ingenuity that has shaped this country.

Student Information Update

Updating your student’s information ensures that FPS and your student's school to stay connected with you and access vital information about your child's health and safety. Click here for more information.

News & Media

Hip-hop therapy group provides healing for students and family

Middle school is difficult for many students –friendships, academics, and everything else can impact students' mental health and well-being. Helping guide students through these emotions can be difficult but we’re grateful to the Carter family for providing students at Keithley Middle School with resources to express themselves. Through the HopeSparks Hip Hop Therapy group, students can break down barriers to therapeutic mental health practices. Learn more about the program in this article from The News Tribune.

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Board of Directors recognize previous School Board members

Last week, the Franklin Pierce Schools Board of Directors took time to recognize the contributions of four previous school board members. This event was a longtime in the making followed by delays related to COVID-19, air quality and a community tragedy. Collectively, these four members contributed 44 years of service to the Franklin Pierce community.

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Students save school bus driver experiencing medical emergency

A group of high school students are being recognized for their quick actions saving a bus driver who was experiencing a medical emergency in mid-December. 

Just before 8 a.m. on Dec. 12, a school bus driver was driving students from Franklin Pierce and Washington high schools on 112th Street East in Puyallup, according to the Pierce County Sheriff's Department. 

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