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Celebrating Juneteenth: A Commemoration of Freedom

At Peninsula School District, we honor Juneteenth as a time to celebrate the achievements and contributions of Black Americans to our nation. It is a day to reflect on our shared history, educate ourselves, and promote unity within our community.

Remember! No School on June 19 and Half-Day on June 21

There will be no school and district offices will be closed on Wednesday, June 19, in observance of Juneteenth. The last day of school is Friday, June 21, which will be a half-day for all students. We encourage you to check with your child's school for specific dismissal times.

Congratulations to Our Graduating Class of 2024!

This past weekend, we celebrated the achievements of our students as they graduated from our three high schools: Henderson Bay High School, Peninsula High School, and Gig Harbor High School. Read more to see photos!

Celebrating Our Exceptional Graduates: ET&T and CTP Programs

This week, the Peninsula School District proudly celebrated the graduations of our ET&T and CTP students. These special education programs play a crucial role in equipping our students with the skills and experiences they need to succeed in their future endeavors.

Celebrating Our Retirees: PSD's 3rd Annual Retirement Celebration

Yesterday marked a significant milestone for our Peninsula School District as we gathered to honor and celebrate our retirees at the 3rd Annual Retirement Celebration. Check out the photos from this memorable event below and join us in celebrating the incredible careers of our retirees.