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Nurse conducting vision screening


Every year, the Sumner-Bonney Lake School District conducts state-mandated vision and hearing screenings in the fall for students in grades K-3, 5 and 7 – that’s about 4,500 students. The screenings identify barriers to learning for students in the early years. Hear from our District RN and one of our parents about the importance of these screenings in our schools.

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Nurse conducting vision screening


Students in Mrs. Schmitz’s third grade class agree to be “kind, caring and honest while always giving our best effort in our inclusive classroom.”

“We read the community agreement every day to start our day as a reminder of the expectations that we set for ourselves and each other,” said Mrs. Schmitz. “With three languages spoken in our classroom, our agreement is read in English, Spanish and Hindi.”

Read More about Promise in Action: Students share community agreement in English, Spanish and Hindi