The 2019 Fall Festival was successful yet another year, fundraising nearly $12,300, not including the wreaths and pies that were sold at the festival. Over 8,700 tickets were sold for the event.
There were many different booths at the festival, and each booth donated to a specific mission or part of PSAA. One of the festival favorites was the cardboard maze that stretched the entirety of the lower floor of the school. Proceeds from the maze went to the senior class, who had been preparing for the maze weeks in advance.
The Washington Conference Vice Principal for Education, Craig Mattson and his wife, even came out to show support of PSAA and KSDA.
The Home and School Association said, "We want wholeheartedly to say thank you to our community, parents, students and teachers for supporting another successful and fun Fall Festival this year. We couldn't have done it without you."