Information Technology

One to World

While technology usage has changed over the past 20 years, school funding models have not adapted to the growing costs of infrastructure, hardware and software. Franklin Pierce Schools has benefited immensely from the community’s overwhelming support of the district’s technology levies in 2006, 2010, 2014 and 2018. These levies have generated additional revenue that fund technology initiatives throughout the district.

In the Fall of 2018, Franklin Pierce Schools launched One to World, an initiative aimed at ensuring that each student in the district has access to a computing device. One to World seeks to connect each learner with people, ideas and information from across the world, and make sure that graduates of Franklin Pierce Schools are equipped to leverage technology as a resource in their ongoing academics, work and civic life. This program has begun in elementary schools and will expand to secondary schools. 

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11807 24th Ave E.
Tacoma, WA 98445

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(253) 298-4647

Featured Articles

  • 2022 OnCon Icon Awards - Top 100 Technology Professional Award - Award winners were selected by their peers and technology Community.  Voters selected the winners based on the success and positive impact on their organization, and their strong contributions to the technology community through thoughtful leadership, innovation, and great leadership!
  • Puget Sound 2020 CIO (Chief Information Officers) ORBIE Award finalist, Public Sector Government & Education Organizations
  • Classlink, case study.  Classlink is the district's Single-Sign-On vendor for DORA
  • Toggle, a quarterly business-to-business trade journal
Our VisionFranklin Pierce students will leave our schools to live and work in the 21st Century. We are preparing them for a workplace and home place that technologically oriented, which will demand that the individual use higher order thinking skills.
Our MissionThe mission of the Information Technology Department is to equip, train, and support students, faculty, and administration to effectively utilize current and emerging technologies as tools for effective learning and working as successful, contributing members of society.