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.
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.
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.
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!
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.”
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. We are so excited for everything you will learn and the memories you will make this year!
Congratulations to Michelle Lewis, Executive Director of Learning and Innovation with SBLSD, for being awarded Outstanding Administrator of the Year by the Washington Family & Consumer Science Educators organization.