Washington High School was recognized and awarded the STEM Lighthouse grant by OSPI for their STEM work.
In 2016, voters approved a $157 million, 20-year bond measure for Franklin Pierce School District for the first time in nearly two decades. That bond included the replacement of five elementary schools.
On Monday, September 30, Ramesh Kumar pulled off a nearly impossible feat by preparing food for nearly 1,100 district staff – for free!
Tuesday, September 10, the Franklin Pierce Schools Board of Directors unanimously voted to appoint Dr. Gil Mendoza to serve as the Director of District 3. This seat was vacated by Mark Baumgarten in June 2019, following a new career opportunity.
This year, Franklin Pierce Schools is proud to announce that all students can access breakfast and lunch at no cost at all 14 schools-no questions asked!