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     “People Working Together” (PWT) is Hockinson School District’s non-profit parent/teacher association. Established in 1999, PWT supports the students, families and staff of Hockinson Heights Elementary (HHES) and Hockinson Middle Schools (HMS). With funds raised from numerous partnerships and events, PWT provides our schools with classroom grants, technological equipment, books and more. In addition, PWT also provides volunteer support for school-related activities throughout the year.   
     Hockinson PWT relies on the support of dedicated volunteers and community partners. There are many opportunities to support PWT and our schools throughout the year. Click Here to be approved to volunteer at HSD Events.
For the latest information on upcoming activities and events, click on and visit  our Facebook page, remember to "Like" us! Also visit PWT's Website Here!


Jennifer Foster -  President

Becca Montero – Vice President of Fundraising

Ashla Green – Vice President of HHES Events

Julie Ruhl – Vice President of HMS Events

Kathy Nofziger – Treasurer

Emily Combelic – Secretary


Here are a few of the fun PWT Annual Events!

September = Payback Books & Kindergarten Breakfast

October = Kindness in Chalk, HHES Scholastic Book Fair, Great HSD Pumpkin Party

November = Square One Student Art Fundraiser

December = Christmas tree Festival, Teacher Cookie Exchange, Movie Night

January = Coin Challenge Fundraiser, Big Al’s Bowling Tournament, Science Fair

February = Candy Grams, Book Swap/Literacy Night

March = Bingo Night/Silent Auction, HMS Scholastic Book Fair

April = STEAM Night

May = Kinder Roundup, Teacher Appreciation Week, Run for the Arts

June = Field Day, End of the Year BBQ

Volunteers and staff in orange pose for group photo
Parent volunteers in red shirts take a selfie at volunteer event.
Volunteers in school shirts stand in front of school bus
Volunteers in rain ponchos take a selfie at a volunteer event.

Hockinson PWT        17912 NE 159th St.        Brush Prairie, WA 98606