Every Tuesday and Thursday is homework help in the library from 2:45-4:30PM, activity bus is available, no need to sign up.
As the fall and winter storm season is upon us, we have prepared this message to explain Peninsula School District’s procedures and expectations during inclement weather and school closures. Below you will find guidelines to make this process easier, plus explain how weather decisions are made.
Open November 4, 2019 – January 15, 2020
PSD seeks to identify those students who may benefit from participating in the district’s Highly Capable Program. Assessments used for identification for the Highly Capable Program include the Cognitive Abilities Test, measures in core subjects, and referral information
The Peninsula School District (PSD) uses PowerSchool, a secure web-based system for our Parent Portal and student information system. We recently upgraded the way we store contact information in PowerSchool in order to provide more accurate information and faster communication in case of an emergency.
As we complete the upgrade process, we need all parents and legal guardians to update their contact information for each student.
Key Peninsula Middle School currently has only two activity buses that run on Tuesday and Thursday at 4:30 pm. One bus serves the North side of our service area, while the other bus serves the South side. It has proven unrealistic for two buses to drop every student at their regular school bus stop within a reasonable time frame. Therefore, starting this 2019-2020 school year, transportation has established activity routes, similar to an emergency/snow route, that will include safe drop-off “hubs”.
Students from households that meet federal income guidelines are eligible for free or reduced-price lunches. Complete the Free and Reduced Application returning it to your child’s school main office or to the Nutrition Services Office