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The Lakebay school has successfully incorporated outdoor experiential learning and will launch its “Eagles’ Quest” program for highly capable students in the fall. more
A record-breaking 189 seniors received 422 separate scholarships totaling $434,500 awarded by the Hawks Scholarship Fund at its annual ceremony May 22 at Peninsula High School. more
Fifth-grade Evergreen Elementary School teacher Jordan Henderson was arrested by Pierce County Sheriff deputies on suspicion of child molestation. He was charged with nine counts of first-degree child molestation. more
Adam Nicholas Randolph was sentenced to 50 months in prison and five years of supervision after pleading guilty to sneaking into PHS girls bathroom to take pictures and record videos of girls. more
Gig Harbor Lacrosse brings home the Fire Stick Trophy for the first time since 2016. more
Two student groups at Peninsula and Gig Harbor High Schools have formed to push back against what they call a complacent and at times hostile environment. more
A teacher at Evergreen Elementary School was put on administrative leave by the Peninsula School District in early March after allegations of “misconduct toward students. more
Built on the “sense of belonging” theme for the district, the Month of Belonging at Vaughn Elementary aimed to celebrate the uniqueness of individuals, connections with other students, and a connection with PSD. more
For all those Peninsula High School trivia buffs out there: Who was the first-ever Seahawks girls wrestler to win a state championship? That answer and honor goes to Mira Sonnen. … more
Peninsula junior Jonah Bergerson (100-yard backstroke) and sophomore Zachary Ruckle (1-meter diving) both took fourth place in their respective events and the Seahawks boys swim team finished in 16th … more
Kaylia Heidelberg scored a game-high 20 points and the Peninsula Seahawks girls basketball team beat the Mountain View Thunder (Vancouver), 42-32, at home to advance in the District 3/4 Girls … more
The potential of transforming the old O'Callahan's restaurant into an early learning facility would be a win-win for families on the Key Peninsula and the KP Fire District. more
Peninsula High School senior Will Whiteley-Ross is learning just how tough he is as he plays through the pain of an injury during the Seahawk's 2023-2024 season. more
On the morning of Nov. 13, Principal Luke Grunberg and Joy Giovanini, coordinator of innovation technology and highly capable students, welcomed visitors to the KPMS Artificial Intelligence information event. more
The KGHP studio on the campus of Peninsula High School is mostly dark these days. The station’s “On the Air” light brightens up the lonely hallways a few times a week … more
The last scheduled class for Teen Mental Health First Aid was completed Aug. 18 at the Key Peninsula Fire Department. Eleven of the 16 teens who began the class were present to complete the 90-minute … more
Lakebay resident Brayden VanderDoes, 9, stood in front of a large brass ship’s bell mounted in a Seattle Children’s Hospital lobby, surrounded by family, staff and fellow patients. more
When you are as busy as new Peninsula High School girls and boys swim coach Athena Petterson, your day job and night job start to blur together. When her team isn’t winning meets, … more
After a seven-year drought, the Tides overcame a 14-0 halftime deficit to win the Fish Bowl for the first time since 2015. more
Brent Campbell, a former police officer and private investigator, comes to PSD from Monroe School District. more
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