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  • Technology & Support

    Families and students can find information and support on Chromebooks, Google Classroom, Zoom, Monitoring Student Work and more.

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  • Teaching & Learning

    Find information on special education, highly capable, social emotional learning, grading and attendance.

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  • Care & Well-Being

    In this section, you'll find information about meals, childcare, mental health and wellness, counseling resources and community resources.

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  • Updates

    We pledge to communicate what we know, when we know it. Find all of our family messages, updates on school sports, pertinent COVID-19 information and more.

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  • Have the effects of COVID-19 impacted your finances?

    Are you a Sumner resident who is experiencing difficulties in paying utility bills, rent or garbage bills due to the coronavirus and its effects? Sumner CARES funding is available! Learn about eligibility requirements.

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  • Schools Begin Year in Remote Learning Format

    SBLSD schools will begin the 2020-21 school year in a distance learning format. Learn more in this message from Superintendent Dent.

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  • Head, Heart, Hands ... We Are *All In*

    Getting our heads and hearts fully engaged is important, but it is not enough. We also have to roll up our sleeves and keep our hands in this work. Read about the District's work around equity and ways you can engage.

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  • Resources: Race, Mental Health, Counseling

    Are you looking for resources to talk to your child about race and racism? Check out our list of resources from vetted sources. Also note our other resources online for physical and mental health, counseling and community

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  • Standing in solidarity with our communities of color

    As a community of educators, the people of the Sumner-Bonney Lake School District stand in solidarity with our communities of color. We firmly denounce white supremacy, anti-black bias, and all other forms of institutional racism. Read more of this joint message from Superintendent Laurie Dent and the Sumner Education Association

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  • BLHS, SHS make U.S. News & World Report 2020 Best High Schools

    Bonney Lake ranks #106 and Sumner ranks #89 in Washington! Read more for their national rankings among nearly 18,000 schools based on factors of performance and college preparation.

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  • State recognizes Emerald Hills and Maple Lawn elementary schools for student growth and support

    Congratulations to Emerald Hills and Maple Lawn elementary schools for being recognized from the Washington State Board of Education for their outstanding effort and positive impact on students for the 2018-19 school year.

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  • Required Learning

    What does required new distance learning look like? What can parents and students expect? While distance learning cannot fully replace students’ experiences in schools, this approach will help ensure they are prepared for the next step in their educational journey.

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  • Graduation and High School Seniors

    Graduation and our high school seniors are a high priority, and we want to ensure they have all of the necessary requirements to graduate. We’ll communicate information with you as soon as we receive guidance from the state.

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  • Chromebook and Technology Support

    Our Technology Department is available to assist students and families. For assistance with technical issues during the business day, you may email or call.

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  • New Student Registration

    Do you need to register a student for school? Student registration forms will be collected via email during our closure.

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  • Free Meals for Students

    Grab-n-go meals -- breakfast and lunch -- are available for children 18 years or younger. A student does not need to attend school at the distribution location to get meals.

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  • SBLSD Operations

    All SBLSD buildings, including Central Office, will be closed to the public until at least April 24. Essential business operations will, to the extent possible, be completed remotely. Phones for schools and Central Office will be monitored daily during the business week. See our District Directory for a complete list of phone numbers.

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  • Childcare During School Closure

    Due to the overwhelming number of applications we’ve received for this free childcare program, we’re now at capacity. Should spaces open up, we encourage you to let us know if you’re still interested and you will be added to our wait list.

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  • 2020 Census: Make your family count!

    The 2020 Census, a count of all people living in the US, takes place this month. Why respond? The count decides how much federal funding our schools receive over the next 10 years, and how much money our state will get for our parks, neighborhood improvements, public health, transportation, and other services our students and families depend on.

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