- Please read our web page as it is our most current source of communication. No newsletters are sent home.
- Regular office hours 7:30 am - 4:00 pm. Picking up your student early?
Please send your student with a note in the morning--she will be waiting for you on time in the office.
- Dances are from 2:45 pm - 4:45 pm, Activity buses leave 4:25 Tuesday and Thursday.
- Report cards are sent via email; please call office if you do not have a computer available. We can provide you with a copy.
Communities in School
Communities in Schools of Peninsula (CISP) is an independent nonprofit organization that partners with Peninsula School District to help kids achieve academic and social/emotional success. The mission of CISP is to "surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life." Lori Ann Reeder, Communities in Schools ext#1969
reederl@psd4 Click here for additional information.
Now available to pay online!
The new online payments portal is available for your convenience. To Access online payments, Click Here
Peninsula School District posts flyers for community events at the Community Postings page on the District website. Here you will find camps, clinics, clubs, tutoring and community events. Check it out--you'll find activities for the whole family!
Check your student's meal plans
Get an id# call (253) 530-1014 and visit www.mymealtime.com
Pierce County Sex Offender Notification
Principals will be notified directly by Pierce County if a Level 1 or Level 2 Offender moves within 100 feet of their school; however, in the event a Level 3 moves into the community the District will be notified. The most efficient method for families to remain aware of the registered offenders in our community is to access the Pierce County Sex Offender website: Offender Watch