Education

Gig Harbor Now staff are proud to provide coverage of Peninsula School District, Tacoma Community College, private schools and home schools, emphasizing the value and experiences of learning here and beyond.

Covid masks come off in Peninsula schools … or not

Mar 14, 2022

Gig Harbor High School students streamed into the commons Monday, most of them going without Covid-19 masks at school for the first time in almost two years. “I feel really

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Peninsula School District working way through mask-related records request

Mar 03, 2022

The massive request, largely about mask and vaccine requirements, is similar to other requests that have been submitted to school districts around the state.

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Scholarships for women, summer camp for kids available

Feb 22, 2022

Minerva offering scholarships for women who have been out of school for a while. Camp Seymour to host children of wounded military personnel.

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Peninsula students’ ‘Cooking Crew’ going strong even as need for remote meetups is waning

Feb 19, 2022

Middle school students hone culinary skills and connect with friends during twice-monthly Zoom sessions.

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Peninsula students protest mask mandate

Feb 16, 2022

Students, who gathered in the parking lot, planned to enter the school unmasked.

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Good For You: Students make deans lists, graduate

Feb 12, 2022

13 local students make deans lists around the country and three receive their degrees.

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Peninsula school officials affirm radio station’s future is TBD

Feb 07, 2022

District officials will weigh value to students of broadcasting classes (now suspended)

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Three of Peninsula’s new elementary buildings recognized as ‘green’ schools

Feb 04, 2022

Evergreen, Pioneer and Swift Water elementary schools were built with funds from the 2019 bond.

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Local student support group reaps large surprise donation

Feb 03, 2022

Communities in Schools Peninsula received $800,000 from philanthropist MacKenzie Scott.

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Parents now have until Wednesday to weigh in on state’s school vaccine survey

Jan 31, 2022

“I really encourage families to fill this out because this will be a public record and information that will go directly to the Board of Health.” — Peninsula schools Superintendent Krestin Bahr

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