About Us

  • About Us

    Arts Impact

    Frederickson is an “Arts Impact School”. Children are precious to us and our staff has a strong belief in the power of the arts to transform students’ lives and enrich and enliven their learning. Our teaching staff participate in training  learn how to integrate dance, theater and visual arts concepts into all subject areas. We urge your support, so that students will have the opportunity to learn in and through the arts.

    Love and Logic

    Our school is an “Love and Logic School”. To find out more about “Love & Logic” please visit http://www.loveandlogic.com/ for free articles and/or pod casts. Many of our staff members have been trained in Love & Logic techniques. The Love & Logic philosophy is part of our school culture.

    School Colors

    Our school colors are: blue, tan, white and silver. Our students are not required to wear uniforms.


    Jamie Smith, a student previously from Graham-Kapowsin High School, created our school mascot. Our logo will be airplanes of all kinds. You will see a variety of airplanes throughout the school.

    17218 74th Avenue East
    Puyallup, WA 98375
    Phone: 253.800.6300
    Fax: 253.800.6398


    Principal: Ellen Eddy
    Assistant Principal: Marie Poch
    Associate Administrator: 


    School Secretary:  Jo Caseman
    Office Clerk:  
    Joanna Butenschoen
    Health Clerk: 
    Sandy Drake
    Budget Clerk:



Our Mission

  • Our mission is to ensure high levels of learning for all students through.... effective instruction, curriculum aligned with state standards, the use of common assessments, a focus on the demonstration of learning, a system of timely interventions for struggling learners, positive, never-give-up attitudes, teamwork and partnerships, cooperation, collaboration, and accountability, the use of technology to support learning, a focus on the arts infused into all subject areas, a belief that the learning needs of students always come first, and a belief that all students can and will learn and that it’s our job to do whatever it takes to help that happen.