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A student and a teacher at Fruitland Elementary

Public Schools Week is an annual week-long celebration dedicated to honoring the invaluable contributions and achievements of educators and education advocates in our public schools and the communities they serve.

A graphic with a forest-themed background with Lushootseed and English text in front

To further support the Puyallup School District initiative to integrate Puyallup Tribal History and strengthen our community partnerships, each month, our schools will highlight a Lushootseed phrase and utilize additional resources to build cultural connections to the Puyallup Tribe of Indians.

A sign that says Black History month

Black History Month is a time to reflect on the achievements and struggles of Black Americans throughout history and to recognize their extraordinary efforts in shaping the country.

A picture of Mount Rainier

The exercise is coordinated by the East Pierce Interlocal Coalition Emergency Management Team and is designed to test and improve the ability to evacuate students and staff in the event of an incoming lahar from Mount Rainier.

a picture of food bank volunters and workers

With cold winter weather upon us, we want to share warming centers, overnight shelters, food banks, and safety information in our area offering warmth and nourishment.

A picture of a student taking a picture of another picture on their cell phone

Several times each school year, Patron Tours provide community leaders, parents, and Puyallup community members with the opportunity to see innovative teaching and learning in action and tour district facilities.