Levy Dollars at Work
Tony Martin's favorite part about being a campus safety officer at Sumner Middle School is interacting and building connections with the students there.
Levy dollars in action: A new Instant Learning Assistant tool at every school allows for immediate translation between staff and families.
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.
Viewsonic ViewBoard Interactive Panels were installed in all K-12 classrooms at SBLSD in summer 2022. Hear from one of our teachers about how they're taking learning to whole new level.
For Ben Striplin, being a campus safety officer at Lakeridge Middle School is about making sure that students feel safe and comfortable when they come to school. Ben is one of 10 Campus Safety Officers in the Sumner-Bonney Lake School District. We thank our community for supporting levies that enable a robust safety and security program.
Did you know that the Sumner-Bonney Lake School District has 10 Campus Safety Officers (CSO) and two School Resource Officers (SRO) dedicated to keeping our schools safe? Get to know what they do and who they are!
In case you missed it, KOMO News featured one of our safety measures: our voice/video intercom system, which is outfitted at all of our schools as of this year and adds an extra layer of security. This system was made possible by our voter-approved 2018 technology levy funding.
For parents or guardians of young adults with developmental disabilities, navigating a post-high school world can be overwhelming without the right resources. The Sumner-Bonney Lake School District provides a unique service in the form of a free family information series every year, bringing needed resources straight to families who need them.
We’re thrilled to announce the completion of a greatly-enhanced safety and security measure at our buildings’ front entrances — a voice and video intercom system.
Our paraeducators play a huge role in our promise to know, value and support every student at SBLSD.
During Education Support Professionals Week (March 13-17, 2023), we want to take the opportunity to share some of their stories and thank them for the work they do to know, value and support every child.
See how our schools celebrated their counselors during 2023 National School Counseling Week, and learn some of the work they do to know, value and support all students.