Partners in Education (PIE) Program - Community & Schools Together

  • Partners in Education Logo Community engagement is a key to successful student learning. North Thurston Public Schools' Partners in Education (PIE) program helps bring schools and businesses together through volunteering and student support activities. The PIE program is designed as a partnership between a school and a local business to cultivate positive relationships that benefit education and student learning.

    Want to know more? Download an informational brochure (PDF)

    Interested in becoming a PIE partner? Email NTPS Community Relations at communityrelations@nthurston.k12.wa.us

We Love Our PIE Partners!

  • NTPS District Partners

  • Aspire Middle School

  • Chambers Prairie Elementary Partners

  • Chinook Middle School Partners

  • Envision Career Academy School Partners

  • Evergreen Forest Elementary Partners

  • Horizons Elementary Partners

  • Komachin Middle School Partners

  • Lacey Elementary Partners

  • Lakes Elementary Partners

  • Lydia Hawk Elementary Partners

  • Meadows Elementary Partners

  • Mountain View Elementary Partners

  • Nisqually Middle School Partners

  • North Thurston High School Partners

  • Olympic View Elementary Partners

  • Pleasant Glade Elementary Partners

  • River Ridge High School Partners

  • Salish Middle School Partners

  • Seven Oaks Elementary Partners

  • South Bay Elementary Partners

  • Timberline High School Partners

  • Woodland Elementary Partners

PIELights

  • Amazon helps with Salish's greenhouse

    Salish Middle School's Partner in Education (P.I.E.), Amazon, donated two solar-powered exhaust fans to the school's greenhouse to help keep it cool with less of an environmental impact. They have also donated flowers, blueberry bushes, bulbs, and soil. Thank you Amazon!

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  • PIE Partner teaches students business basics

    Local business owner and former NTPS parent, John Grantham presented to students at Envision Career Academy the basics of running and managing a business. From marketing and sales to customer support and client relations, Grantham really emphasized the importance of “jumping in” to gain experience and “embracing the grind” when things get tough.

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