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

  • Partners in Education Logo Community engagement is 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 rack card (PDF)

    Interested in becoming a PIE partner? Email NTPS Communications communications@nthurston.k12.wa.us

We Love Our PIE Partners!

PIELights

  •  Students pose with Lacey CrossFit staffers in the gym.

    Timberline & Lacey CrossFit Training Day

    Timberline's Partner in Education, CrossFit Lacey Training Day, opened its doors to the school's sports medicine students to learn about careers in the fitness and wellness industry.

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  •  Hops n Drops staffers pose with new kids' bikes.

    Chambers Prairie & Hops n Drops

    Thank you to Chambers Prairie Elementary's Partner in Education, Hops n Drops, for donating 36 bikes to help make the holiday season brighter for our families. The bikes went to Chambers Prairie, Evergreen Forest, and the North Thurston Education Foundation. Hops and Drop's staff even delivered some of the bikes to the family's homes. 

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