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4/9/2014   Central Avenue Elementary needs your help this Saturday for a day of service
4/7/2014   Important April Calendar Updates
3/28/2014   This week in sports, March 31 through April 5
3/24/2014   Important April calendar updates
3/24/2014   No school March 31-April 4, Spring Break
3/24/2014   Ford Middle School invites you to Alice in Wonderland musical
3/13/2014   Cadets visit Joint Base Lewis-McChord
3/13/2014   Community invited to District Jazz Night on March 18
3/12/2014   AFJROTC marksmanship team competes in New Mexico, cadet earns spot at national competition
3/12/2014   Cadets participate in Women Fly program at Museum of Flight
3/12/2014   Community invited to 2014 Elementary Honor Choir
3/11/2014   AFJROTC cadets prepare for conference championships
3/10/2014   FPHS students perform well at regional solo and ensemble contest
3/10/2014   Franklin Pierce Robotics Team competes at Districts, learns a lot
3/10/2014   This week in sports, March 10 through March 15
3/10/2014   Students competed in first JAG conference, brought home medals
3/8/2014   Ready! for Kindergarten now open for parent registration
3/7/2014   Ford Middle needs your vote to win in Follett Challenge
3/7/2014   Highly Capable program now accepting applications for 2014-2015 school year
3/6/2014   Two schools, Washington High and Keithley Middle, receive state career guidance award
3/6/2014   CANCELLED: Natural Science Resource Center hosts community work party on March 8
3/3/2014   Daylight Savings Time begins on Sunday, March 9
3/3/2014   Collins Elementary 5th graders to benefit from grant supporting environmental education
3/3/2014   WHS Boys Wrestling named 2A state academic champs
2/28/2014   Winter sports season ends strong, athletes and teams bring home trophies
 2014-2015 New Student Registration
 
Online Registration for 2014-2015 New Students

 
 Superintendent's Corner
 

From the early days of our nation, public education has played a vital role in shaping and developing young people to fully participate in our American democratic society. In addition to preparing them for productive work and fulfilling lives, public education has also been expected to accomplish certain collective missions aimed at promoting the common good.
 
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