Wind and rain storms may cause issues during remote learning, such as loss of connectivity or power outages.
Aerial photo of the progress at Artondale Elementary!
We will continue Free breakfast and lunches to all children under 18. Children do not have to be present to receive a lunch. We may ask them fill out a form (no last name required) saying that they understand they are picking them up for their child/children.
If there is a family that needs to pick up for a neighbor or friend that you know needs lunches please do so and let us know. We are here to help the community!
Please read this letter to staff and families from Superintendent Jarvis.
Please read this letter from Superintendent Jarvis with information about an opportunity to partner with the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department (TPCHD) that will allow our Kindergarten, 1st grade students and other students with special needs to continue with our in-person learning model.
Although we have safely and successfully provided in-person learning to over 800 of our district’s Kindergarten and 1st grade students since Sept. 28, we learned Thursday that we will be asked by the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department (TPCHD) to discontinue in-person learning indefinitely for K-1 students.
Peninsula School District will begin bringing students in kindergarten and first grade back to school on Monday, September 28 for in-person instruction.
View Artondale Elementary's COVID-19 Site Safety Plan.
We want to share some important information about health and safety protocols in our schools and buildings this school year.
The USDA announced last week it will extend funding for student meals, so we are again offering Grab & Go meals at select school sites throughout the district.
Welcome back to the 2020-2021 school year! Here are scenes from our first day of school from throughout the district.
Please read this important update message from Superintendent Dr. Art Jarvis.
Please see below for important information regarding the 2020-2021 school year, including an updated version of the Reopening Peninsula Schools Guidebook and the Reopening Stages Planning Survey.
Please read our August 17, 2020 message to staff and families, which provides important updates as well as links to meal program and technology needs surveys for families as we plan for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.
Please read our August 10, 2020 message to families, which includes the first public draft of the Reopening Peninsula Schools Guidebook.
Please read our August 5, 2020 message to families for an update on school reopening information.
For Fall 2020, Peninsula School District will plan for almost all students to begin the 2020-2021 school year with a full remote learning model, called Remote Learning 2.0, when classes start on September 8, 2020; and bring students back for in-person learning later this year if possible.