The District’s strategic plan, called Future Ready, is a roadmap to successfully fulfill our promise to know, value and support every student, helping them graduate ready to pursue a promising future. The strategic plan’s core component is Student Learning with five measurable goals that span preschool to high school.
An op-ed by Sumner High’s Trisha Fry was featured in The News Tribune, celebrating student success through the district’s Core Plus Aerospace program.
In this month’s video update, Superintendent Laurie Dent talks with one of Sumner High School’s campus safety officers, Mr. Maurice Dudley, about his important role in the Sumner High community.
SBLSD is hosting a curriculum night for families to preview the HIV/AIDS prevention curriculum for 8th and 9th grade students.
As Native American Heritage Month draws to a close this November, a few of our Native American and Hawaiian Native students would like to share what being a part of their communities means to them.
On Monday, Sumner High School students had the opportunity to learn from community members about their job experiences during Career Day. Careers ranged from electricians to primary care physicians, airline pilots to events planning, and more.
The Washington State School Directors’ Association recognized the SBLSD board as Large District Board of the Year for showing significant vision and leadership that clearly resulted in positive and measurable student success.