Join our transportation team! Don’t let us convince you – just hear it from one of our own bus drivers, Dennis.
A message from Superintendent Dr. Laurie Dent
There is no school on both Feb. 19 (Presidents Day) and Feb. 20, which was reserved for an emergency weather makeup day.
Tony Martin's favorite part about being a campus safety officer at Sumner Middle School is interacting and building connections with the students there.
Eligible students can receive guaranteed college admissions. The fall submission window is open through Feb. 9.
More than 50 community leaders attended SBLSD’s first-ever State of the District event, held on Feb. 1 at Bonney Lake High School.
Levy dollars in action: A new Instant Learning Assistant tool at every school allows for immediate translation between staff and families.
Sumner High School’s student store, the Spart Mart, is now the proud owner of a new cookie cooling rack – and it was built entirely by students.
One Sumner High student took it upon herself to donate a book to every first grader at Maple Lawn and Daffodil Valley elementaries.
SBLSD Whole Child Director Dr. Jeannie Larberg has been named the 2023 Educator of the Year by the National Alliance On Mental Illness Washington.
Planning ahead to next year’s winter, spring and summer vacations? View the board-approved 2024-25 school year calendar.
Students at Bonney Lake High School shared their voices with community leaders at a youth forum on Dec. 8.
Three school board members were sworn in at the Dec. 13 school board meeting by Pierce County Superior Court Judge Alicia Burton (and Sumner High alum). Learn more about them.
A 5th grader at Bonney Lake Elementary, Tselmuun won this year's STEM Fair and Art Show poster contest. Learn more about this year's STEM Fair.
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.
SBLSD is seeking volunteers for for/against committees regarding upcoming replacement levies, due to expire in 2024.
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.
Congratulations to this year’s Daffodil Princesses: Addie Fowler (BLHS) and Zoe Roberts (SHS). Learn more about them.
The fall submission window is open through Nov. 17. Click above to learn more.
Watch the November Update from Superintendent Dr. Laurie Dent.
Highly Capable referrals will be open from Nov. 14-Dec. 7. For referral links and more information, click above.
SBLSD middle and high schools are participating in the Washington state Healthy Youth Survey in October. The survey will be given to students in grades 6, 8, 10 and 12.
To support SHS and BLHS graduations, there will be a districtwide 2-hour early release on June 17. See schedules.
Get to know the campus safety officers and school resource officers who help make our schools safe.
Superintendent Dr. Laurie Dent has an October update for you! Check out the video.
For John, the first day of school won’t be too much of a surprise. That’s in part because he was one of about 80 incoming kindergarteners who signed up for a two-day Kinder Camp at the Sumner Early Learning Center in August.
Read more about how Kinder Camp prepares our newest students for success in the early years.
It was a wonderful day welcoming back our students for the first day of the 2023-24 school year!
Your guide for fall activities and lessons, including soccer, basketball, robotics and more.
Kindergarten registration is now open. Click above to register and for more information.
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.
State patrol inspection this month found our District's fleet 100% safe! Read more here.
Watch VFE teacher Ryan Payne be surprise with the WGU Elevate Award!
Schools will be closed during the summer. All other District offices will be open with a modified schedule
SBLSD is launching a new family communication tool this September. Learn more about it above.
Congratulations, Class of 2023! See photos from our graduations this year.
SBLSD families in need may pick up backpacks and school supplies at these grab-and-go events in August.
The District is offering free hot lunch for all children 18 years and younger throughout the summer at Daffodil Valley Elementary. Learn more here.
The last day of school will be a half day. Click above for schedules.
June 12 is a district-wide early release day to accommodate high school graduation ceremonies. View schedules here.
SBLSD is partnering with Right at School for before- and after-school child care at all of our elementary schools. Learn more and register.
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.