1509 Valley Avenue
Sumner, WA 98390
Fax (253) 891-4622
New Pick-Up/Drop-Off Procedures Effective October 20
For the sake of student safety, the following changes have been made to our pick-up and drop-off procedures.
- Bus loading and unloading will now occur in front of main entrance to school (former parent pick-up/drop-off). YES! In front of the school!
Times school parking lot closed to accommodate bus traffic:
- 8:30 - 9:00 a.m. (10:00 - 10:30 a.m. on Wednesdays)
- 3:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Cars with disabled parking permits will be allowed entrance to parking lot.
- Car pick-up and drop-off will occur curbside on Daffodil Ct E (former bus zone). Parents may either park or wait for student(s) in vehicle in this area.
- Cars should turn left on 151st Court East to exit after pick-up or drop-off.
The Sumner Police Department and East Pierce Fire & Rescue will be here on October 20 to help facilitate these new procedures.
Spanish Translation of Pick-Up/Drop-Off Procedures
September 2014: Important Information Every DVE Family Should Know
Before School Expectations:
- School doors will open at 8:55 a.m.
- Students enter classrooms through the outside classroom doors. For safety reasons, students should not enter the school hallways.
- Students should go straight to breakfast or to line up outside classroom doors when they arrive on campus.
- There is no adult supervision on the playground before school therefore; students should not be in the playground area.
For additional information regarding meal times, dismissal plans, and more click here.
Informacion Importante que Cada Familia Debe Saber
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Effective July 1, 2014: Sumner School District Compliance with Smart Snacks Standards
The Smart Snacks standards published by the USDA last summer ensure that all foods and beverages available for sale to students in school, including snacks, are tasty and nutritious. The standards incorporate science-based nutrition guidelines and set limits on the amount of calories, sodium, fat and sugar included in items sold to students during the school day.
The Smart Snacks standards do not limit what food parents can send to school with their child. The standards only affect foods and beverages sold in schools during the school day.
The program will impact what student groups, PTAs, PTOs, and booster clubs can sell for fundraisers during the school day as only foods and beverages that meet the Smart Snack standards can be sold. The standards do not apply to items sold during non-school hours, weekends or off-campus fundraising events, such a frozen pizza sales or concessions during sporting events.
The Smart Snacks Product Calculator tool will help determine if food and beverage products sold to students meet the Smart Snacks Rule. The calculator has been determined by the USDA to be accurate in assessing products.
For more information about the Smart Snacks standards, visit http://www.fns.usda.gov/healthierschoolday/tools-schools-smart-snacks.
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