|Dances are from 2:45 pm - 4:45 pm
Activity busses leave 4:25 T & Th
|REPORT CARDS ARE SENT VIA EMAIL; PLEASE CALL OFFICE IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A COMPUTER AVAILABLE. WE CAN PROVIDE YOU WITH A COPY.
Report cards available as of 3/19/2015 for 2nd trimester
|3/24 & 26||PHS to register Incoming 9th graders at HRMS|
|4/1||Late Start Wed 4/1/2015|
|4/4||CAPE M.S.Girls workshop 8:30-1 pm - see link below|
|4/7||GHHS Parent Night for incoming freshmen 6-7:30|
|4/30||8th Grade Science MSP|
|5/4 - 22||Smarter Balance Assessment SBA WINDOWDetailed testing schedule will be coming asap|
|NO EOC will be given this year.|
|REGISTRATION SCHEDULE - SEE BELOW|
|NON SCHOOL DAYS||4/13-17 - Spring Break
5/25 - Memorial Day
6/19 - Last Day of School Dismiss 11:30
2014 - 2015 Trimester Schedule Trimester I: 9/3/2014 - 11/26/2014
Trimester II: 12/1/2014 - 3/12/2015Trimester III: 3/13/2015 - 6/19/2015
REGISTRATION Information and Forms
3/18 PHS parent night 6:30 - 8:30
3/24 & 3/26 PHS & GHHS counselors at HRMS
4/7 GHHS parent night 6-7:30
6th Grade Registration 2015-16
3/23 Discovery at 1:00 pm
3/30 Minter Creek at 9:30 am
4/2 Purdy at 10:00 am
6/4 HRMS parent night 6:30 - 7:30
7th & 8th Grade Registration 2015-16
4/2 Forms sent home for students to register online
4/7 Forms due back
Please read our web page as it is our most current source of communication. No newsletters are sent home. Regular office hours 7:30 am - 4:00 pm.
Picking up your student early? Please send your student with a note in the morning--she will be waiting for you on time in the office.
April 30th deadline for student transfers
As we prepare for the redistricting of our elementary schools and make plans to accommodate the explosive growth taking place in Gig Harbor North, new out-of-district transfer requests will be impacted as follows:
- No new out-of-district transfers will be accepted at grades K through 5
- No new out-of-district transfers will be accepted at Harbor Ridge Middle School
Fillable transfer forms and school district transfer policies are available online at www.psd401.net at the Family scroll down menu under the Transfers tab. Completed forms must be returned to the District office via email, post, or drop-off, no later than April 30th. If you have questions, please call Roxann Tallman at 253-530-1007.
Information-What is going on at HRMS
Beginning January 30th, our VPO will be selling pocorn for 50 cents per bag. Students may purchase one bag or can purchase a card to use as a punch card and share with their friends. Be sure to PUT YOUR NAME on your cards! Popcorn must be eaten in the commons and will be sold during lunches only.
Now available to pay online!
The new online payments portal is available for your convenience.
To Access online payments, click Here
Peninsula School District posts flyers for community events at the Community scroll down menu at the District website: http://www.psd401.net
Some of the agencies and events represented are; Key Pen Parks, PenMet Parks,Girl Scouts, Safe Sitter, A Special Screening of the Homestretch, Connected WatersContest, and Puget Sounds Like Fun Day!
Check your student's meal plans:
get an id# call 253.530.1014 www.mymealtime.com
Pierce County Sex Offender Notification
Principals will be notified directly by Pierce County if a Level 1 or Level 2 Offender moves within 100 feet of their school; however, in the event a Level 3 moves into the community the District will be notified. The most efficient method for families to remain aware of the registered offenders in our community is to access the Pierce County Sex Offender website:CRIME WATCH
What's New with State Testing?
STATE TESTING CHANGES
New Learning Standards / New State Tests
Starting this school year, our state’s learning standards are now aligned to the Common Core State Standards in math and English language arts. New state standards mean new state tests. Washington, along with 23 other states, has a new state test aligned with the Common Core Standards. These next-generation assessments are called the Smarter Balanced Assessments (SBA). They are designed to accurately measure student progress toward college-and career-readiness in English language arts and mathematics.