Academic Programs and Supports

A variety of programs and services are managed by the Franklin Pierce Schools Teaching & Learning Services department (TLS). In some cases, students qualify for program services based on particular academic, language, and/or social needs as identified through multiple assessment standards. In other cases, students and families may opt into program participation. 


Career & Technical Education

Career & Technical Education (CTE) helps students to be successful in entry-level, credit- bearing college courses leading to a baccalaureate or certificate, or career training programs without the need for remedial or developmental coursework. Click here to learn more.



An integral part of the total education system, school counselors help students form healthy goals, mindsets and behaviors, offering group and individual support. Click here to learn more.


Early Learning and Child Find Programs

The Hewins Early Learning Center at Franklin Pierce hosts programs for qualifying 3-4 year olds and participates in the Child Find Program. Click here to learn more.


K-2 Literacy Development

Students in Grades K-2 are screened for indicators and areas of weakness associated with dyslexia. Early and intense intervention can prevent early problems from becoming severe over time. Click here to learn more.


Highly Capable

Franklin Pierce Schools provides a comprehensive highly capable program which offers a variety of advanced and accelerated learning opportunities at all grade levels. Click here to learn more.


Programa de Lenguaje Dual

Franklin Pierce Schools offers an elementary and middle school Spanish Dual Language Program where students become biliterate and bilingual learners. Click here to learn more.


Native American Education Program

Franklin Pierce Schools partners with the Puget Sound Education Service District to offer Native American Education programming, supports, mentorship and more. Click here to learn more.


Multi-Language Learners

Franklin Pierce Schools provides English Language Development support to multilingual learners representing 40 different household languages across our community. Click here to learn more.


Learning Assistance Program

Franklin Pierce Schools offers supplemental services for K–12 students scoring below grade-level standard in English language arts (ELA) and mathematics. Click here to learn more.


Section 504

Franklin Pierce Schools offers qualifying students accommodations such as educational aids, benefits, or services designed to support an equal learning opportunities. Click here to learn more.


Special Education

Special Education services provides a coordinated set of instruction and supports that will enable every student, regardless of their ability, to become an active, contributing member of the community. Click here to learn more.


Title I

Franklin Pierce Schools offers Title 1 supports for students to benefit from small group instruction, additional teachers and paraeducators, staff professional development and supplementary learning resources. Click here to learn more.

Annual Report Card Information:

Washington State has a Report Card to share information about our K-12 schools. It is important for parents, families, community members, and students to have updated information to engage in your schools. Some of the information you will find includes:

  • School/district performance across multiple student measures, such as assessment proficiency, graduation rates, student growth, and discipline
  • Data on classroom teachers, such as teacher qualification and student-teacher ratios
  • Information about school and district finances, such as per-pupil expenditures

To find this information, please visit From there, you will find a field to type in our district or school name. Press “Go” to view the data requested. You may come into our district office to request this information printed out for you.

The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is a representative survey of student achievement in core subject areas. It provides useful information about student academic achievement at the state and national level. There is no LEA-specific data in this report. Learn more about the NAEP here: National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) and view results here: NAEP Results