As the school year closes, we are already looking forward to welcoming students for the next school year! Peninsula School District will be in-person, full-time with optional mask choice and no required COVID-19 immunizations.
The 2022-2023 school year starts Wednesday, August 31, for students in grades 1-12. Kindergarten students start on Tuesday, September 6.
Families of new and formerly enrolled students are encouraged to learn more and register online for fall today.
Gig Harbor High School (GHHS) and Peninsula High School (PHS) were recently ranked in the top 8 percent and top 11 percent of schools in Washington State according to U.S. News and World Report. The Peninsula School District is proud of the effort our schools have put in to be placed in these rankings.
Peninsula School District is looking for community feedback on a proposed biology curriculum for grades 9-12 at an upcoming virtual Community Review and Feedback Session. The Department of Learning and Innovation will host two virtual Community Preview events via Zoom.
Read Superintendent Bahr's March letter to the Peninsula School District community with a message about focusing on Spring renewal, classified employee recognition, Kindergarten registration, a mask update, and more! Read here - https://psqr.io/X1JbhPxXld
Students entering 9 -12th grade in the fall of 2022 and their families are welcome to attend an upcoming virtual info session about Peninsula School District’s (PSD) Navy JROTC Program.
Today during a press conference, Governor Inslee announced the statewide mandate will lift at 11:59 p.m. on March 11.
This means that beginning Saturday, March 12, barring a new requirement from our local health department, masks will become optional in our school buildings and on school buses.
Over 100 days have passed since Krestin Bahr became the new superintendent of PSD, and she is sharing her 100 day report with the PSD Community.
🗓️ Friendly reminder: Next week (Feb. 21-25) is Mid-Winter Break in the Peninsula School District, including observance of Presidents Day on Monday, Feb. 21.
Superintendent Bahr provides an update to the PSD Community on the district's staffing shortage and need for substitutes that she shared in her message last month . . . and there is good news!