April 25, 2019 Board Meeting Highlights
At the PSD Board of Directors Meeting on April 25, 2019, the district honored Barbara Bellamy, Office Manager at Purdy
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Updates on new schools
At the PSD Board of Directors Study Session on April 11, 2019, the district presented final documents and information regarding
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Superintendent on the Corner Events
Superintendent Dr. Jarvis will be hosting Superintendent on the Corner events to give parents and community members the opportunity to ask
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Starting April 9: Construction to Impact PHS, Purdy Elem., ESC, Transportation, and Maintenance
Work at the intersection of 62nd Avenue Northwest and 144th Street Northwest starts April 9 Construction on a project to
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Pertussis, aka Whooping Cough
We have been informed that we have a few students in PSD who are being treated for pertussis, also known
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Healthy Youth Survey Results
The results of the 2018 Healthy Youth Survey (HYS) have been released.  The survey is a collaborative effort between the
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People of PSD – Gina Cabiddu PHS ’13
My name is Gina Cabiddu. I am a Key Peninsula resident through and through. I went to Evergreen Elementary, Key
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HIV Prevention Curriculum Review
  The legislature requires annual HIV prevention instruction to students in grades 5-12. To Review Materials: Parents are invited to
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People of PSD – Meet Tina Burbridge!
Former stay-home mom of four kids, now ages 15 – 23, Tina is now enjoying work with Sodexo (Nutrition Services)
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Overcrowding Update – 3/8/19
Throughout the 2019 bond campaign, we stressed that years of not being able to add new classroom space has given
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