PUSD in the Media

Photo of the school marqee. Peninsula Union School in white letters above the marquee and the words "Get free food and supplies at PeninsulaUnion.org" written in black letters on a white background with a soccer field behind the sign

"The Little School That Could"

A COVID-19 newspaper article about lifting each other up during times of need.

Panoramic photo of three chaparones and four Peninsula 8th graders standing in front of a white fence at Temple of Heaven, Beijing China. The curved roof of temple buildings are in the distant background, a child is climbing playfully on the fense to the right of the Peninsula group, and on the right there are people assending a staircase.

Peninsula Union 8th graders had the opportunity

to travel in China for Spring Break, 2019.

Click the button above to see a video about the trip

and the button below to read about it.

Four studeents and three adult chaparones sitting at a tea counter in Shanghai where a woman is serving tea using a clay teapot.
A photo of Linda Stewart's smiling face, wearing a pink sweater and turttle neck with colorful student art, out of focus, in the background.

Congratulations Linda Stewart, who is among Humboldt County's 2019 Teachers of the Year!

Peninsula Union is a place where dreams come true.

Small schools are a special place, where all staff members have our individuals roles, but we are all beholden to the bigger picture of serving students. We have the opportunity to know each and every student as a whole person, and serve their educational needs from that place of personal understanding.

Video footage from the

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

for our 44 foot in diameter walking mindfulness Labyrinth.

It was a great party!

The words "Humboldt County Small Schools" in front of a rural landscape of rolling hills with the ocean in the background.

Check out this video about Humboldt's Small Schools, featuring Peninsula Union.

Peninsula Union is grateful to work with the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at HSU, and members of the community, in creating a school where diversity is celebrated and students learn the principles of cultural humility.

Backpacks for Kids Food Program

Peninsula Union is proud to partner with Food For People and the Arcata Kiwanis Club to provide backpacks of food on Fridays so that students have access to healthy meals over weekends. Email our Community School Manager, Vince Yorton for more information! vyorton@peninsulasd.org

A metal basket of green and red apples