Fife High News

Spring 2021

May 17, 2021

Dear Fife,

This year we had a committee of folks representing all stake holders (district leaders, school leaders, teachers, coaches, alumni, parents, and students) working on officially "branding" Fife high school with new logos. This is the first time that the school has gone through a formal process like this. With the STEAM center opening next year and new fields going up, it was a good time to go through a formal process with multiple stakeholders to develop an official look for our school.

As a part of that work we touched up our traditional Trojan head, but we also wanted to create a new modern looking helmet logo as well. Students, If you recall from a previous Family Lesson a few months ago, we had you and the staff vote on which design you liked the best from a few options from our graphic designer. Visible below is a few of the new marks that were created as a part of this official branding process, including the one the students and staff selected in the vote.

We will be gradually transitioning images over the next few years around campus. Thank you to our students from the 2020-21 school year for making your mark on the future of our school!

Get 'em Trojans!

Mr. Bakke

At a Glance: Event Calendar

Events 2021

5/15-5/16 Spring Play (Streamed online)

5/17-5/26 Cabbage Patch Week (see below for more info)

5/27-5/31 No School Memorial Day weekend

6/12 Senior Caravan Drive Through Fife, Edgewood, Milton 9AM (mark your calendars so you can come out and support the class of 2021!)

6/15 Graduation 6:30PM Washington State Fairgrounds (Limited in person and Streamed)

6/17 Last day of school cohort A

6/18 Last Day of school cohort B

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Roll On -Fife High School Spring Play 2021

Cabbage Patch 2020-21


Get your Cabbage Patch T-Shirt! You can purchase a Cabbage Patch grade level shirt for $20 at the bookkeepers office before or after school or at lunch. You can also come on a Monday and shirts will be sold at all the Cabbage Patch Events (you can even show up and buy it at an event even if you are not attending that specific event).

View Online

This year we have a Cabbage Patch website where you can see an updated scoreboard, and get important information like sign up info. Students signed up to attend different events, but anyone can watch thanks to Trojan Digital Media. Here is the home page to be able watch our events online.

5/17-26 Cabbage Patch Week

  • 5/17 Super Smash Bro's Tourney (gym) 1PM

  • 5/19 Volleyball 6PM (Gym)

  • 5/21 Powderpuff 6PM (stadium)

  • 5/25 Knowledge Bowl 1PM (cafeteria)

  • 5/25 & 5/26 Cabbage Patch Olympics During the School Day (in person and streamed)

  • Cohort A Olympics (stadium and streamed) 5/25

  • Cohort B Olympics (stadium and streamed) 5/26

Re-Watch Shulapalooza

If you missed Shulapalooza you can check it by clicking THIS LINK!

Images from Around Campus

On Going Reminders!

Are you 16 and 17 Years Old and Want a COVID Vaccine?

Pierce County vaccination events at Tacoma Dome starting April 27. The County is planning to use Pfizer for these events and that is available to 16 and 17-year-olds. Students must have their parents/guardians with them when they get the vaccine.

Important Dates and Events

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For more information specific to the class of 2021, including important dates and event info, see our Senior Countdown Newsletter.


Remember to go to for all athletic information!

Food Info

  • Food pick up stations will continue on Mondays only. Students can pick up packs of meals for the week.
  • Students who come to campus. School Lunches are available when you are at school.
  • The days you are on campus you can pick up a breakfast go pack when you leave each day.

Transportation Information

Hybrid students who indicated they are riding the bus can obtain their bus information using this link: LINK HERE

  • Remember masks required on the bus
  • You will be assigned a seat on the bus

Fife High School

Our Mission: To be a school that prepares all students for life beyond high school by developing their mind, body, and character