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An important onboarding tip to ParentSquare for families is setting post delivery preferences. Choose to receive all posts instantly, or choose to have all non-urgest posts included in one nightly digest email.
Please read for game details, COVID-19 health and safety requirements, streaming and radio options, a ticket pre-purchase option, venue rules, and Food Bowl information.
The PSD Community Update features ParentSquare tips, Superintendent Bahr's recent monthly message, free meal info, YMCA Care info, and COVID-19 health and safety info.
Our COVID-19 Site Safety Plan is now available for the 2021-2022 school year.
One of Peninsula School District's summer learning opportunities, Summer Satellite Academy, is free and open to all incoming 9th-12th grade students. Session 2 will begin on August 3 and there is still time to register.
This is a reminder about the second dose vaccine for high school students who participated in the clinics on June 1. PSD is hosting the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department (TPCHD) to offer free Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to students/staff ages 12 and up on-site at Gig Harbor High School (Auxiliary Gym) and Peninsula High School (Robotics Lab near Roy Anderson Field).
View photo galleries from the Sunday, June 13 graduate car parades for Peninsula High School and Gig Harbor High School hosted at the Tom Taylor YMCA on Harbor Hill Drive (staging at Swift Water Elementary and along Harbor Hill Drive).
Please find photo galleries and archived live stream recordings for the Saturday, June 12 graduation ceremonies for Peninsula High School and Gig Harbor High School at Mount Tahoma Stadium.
To assist families with accessibility to COVID-19 vaccines, Peninsula School District is partnering with Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department (TPCHD) to offer free Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to students/staff ages 12 and up on-site at Gig Harbor and Peninsula high schools.
The Peninsula School District is pleased to be able to host in-person graduation ceremonies for seniors in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today we are announcing some changes to the upcoming graduation ceremonies for Gig Harbor and Peninsula high schools.