Title I/LAP

Each of our 21 elementary schools house LAP (Learning Assistance Program) staff to assist students in grades K-4 with literacy. In addition, nine elementary schools receive school-wide Title I funding to assist students in literacy and mathematics to meet f who focus on 5th & 6th grade literacy as well as K-6 mathematics.. These services are for students identified as needing extra assistance to meet grade level standards.
Students are served in small groups, focusing on supplemental learning support.
Title I and LAP staff collaborate closely with classroom teachers to ensure that the extra support is helping students meet grade level expectations.

For more information, click on one of the links below.


Over the next four years funding provided by the State of Washington to the Puyallup School District will be insufficient to support all educational programs and daily operations of schools to properly meet the educational needs of students.

To continue funding day-to-day operations not funded by the state, the PSD Board of Directors is asking voters to replace the expiring Educational Programs and Operations Levy which expires in December 2018.

Replacing the levy will allow the district to maintain K-12 programs, fund day-to-day operations including classroom teachers, instructional aides, nurses, textbooks and learning materials, reasonable class sizes, support technology, arts, music, and athletic programs, maintain school playgrounds and playfields, heating, plumbing, health, safety, and fire-alarm and security systems.


Annual Report Card 2016-17

Each year the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction releases an annual Report Card on the state, districts, and individual schools highlighting assessment data, demographics, accountability data, and identifies district in steps of improvement.

The Puyallup School District uses this information to design professional development, drive instruction, and monitor student growth towards increasing student achievement.  Please visit http://reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us/summary.aspx?groupLevel=District&schoolId=1&reportLevel=State&yrs=2015-16&year=2015-16 for more information.

For information on National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), follow this link.



Dr. Glenn Malone
Chief Assessment and Accountability Officer

Traci Frank
Director of Title I and LAP

Bev Patient

Title I/LAP Specialist


302 2nd Street SE
Puyallup, WA 98372