Bowling in the Puyallup School District
Bowling in the Puyallup School District
Posted on 01/12/2018

On a cool winter afternoon, the sound of bowling balls rolling down the lanes and crashing pins can fill the Daffodil Bowling Alley as Puyallup School District girls bowling teams prepare for their next match.

The Rogers High School girls bowling team is currently undefeated this winter with 9 wins and is in 1st place of the South Puget Sound League 4A (SPSL 4A). Puyallup High School is close behind in 2nd place with 7 wins and only 2 losses.

With an enrollment of nearly 23,000 students, nearly one out of every four students participate in athletics in the Puyallup School District.

Athletics is one of several educational programs that are supported by voter approved local levy dollars. Educational programs such as arts, music, and athletics are funded with local levy dollars.

Levy dollars are not used to build new schools or for capital projects. They are part of the district’s operating budget. The levy supports educational programs; day-to-day operations; maintains basic health, safety, and security; and on-going facility maintenance of Puyallup schools.

More information on the proposed levy, including Frequently Asked Questions, can be found on the School Levy Election page on the district’s website.

Whether you are a student, parent, or community member we invite you to attend some of the various games and matches throughout the school year in support of Puyallup student-athletes.

Please visit the athletics and activities page on the district website for more information on upcoming games and events.