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Fife Public Schools

Fife Public Schools
Type and location
Grades Preschool - 12
Established December 22, 1899
Country USA
Location Fife, Washington
District information
Superintendent Stephen McCammon
Students and staff
Students 3,548 (October 2009)
Other information
Information (253) 517-1000
Website http://www.fifeschools.com/

Fife Public Schools is a school district in Fife, Washington, United States. The district was established on December 22, 1899.[1]

Fife Schools is a member of the Standard Bearer Network founded by the Schlechty Center which is a non-profit organization that helps schools and districts to transform by emphasizing student engagement. Fife has been a member of the Standard Bearer Network since 2000.

Schools

  • Discovery Primary School (K-1)
  • Endeavour Intermediate School (2-5)
  • Hedden Elementary School (2-5)
  • Surprise Lake Middle School (6-7)
  • Columbia Junior High (8-9)
  • Fife High School (10-12)

External links

  • Fife Public Schools
  • History of the Fife School District
  • Fife High School Daffodil Festival History

References


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