A new early learning option in the Peninsula School District. This free program is available for children who are not currently enrolled in an early learning program and demonstrate financial, academic, and/or social-emotional needs.
Harbor Heights Safety Plan
As we being to transition back to in- building learning, please see our Safety Plan that provides clear guidance for our staff, students and visitors by clicking here.
Please consider participating in this short survey. PSD is partnering with the Washington State Broadband Office (WSBO) to improve broadband access to communities in the district, especially those on the Key Peninsula.
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.
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.
Please join us this week in recognizing our amazing teachers! We celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week in PSD this week (May 3-7), coinciding with National Teacher Appreciation Week.
Welcome, kindergarteners! Online kindergarten registration for the 2021-2022 school year is now open.
Superintendent Art Jarvis has announced that Allison (Ali) Shepard has been selected as the new principal at Harbor Heights Elementary School.
Wind and rain storms may cause issues during remote learning, such as loss of connectivity or power outages.
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 Harbor Heights 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.