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Student Day: 9:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Half-Day Early Dismissals: 12:15 p.m.
Wednesday Late Start: 10:35 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Important Dates

blue star bullet March 11 - Skate Night at Tiffany's

blue star bullet March 11 - School Board Study Session

blue star bullet March 13 - Class Pictures

blue star bullet March 13 - In-District Waiver Applications Due for 15/16 School Year

blue star bullet March 16-20 - Book Fair

blue star bullet March 17 - Goodies with Grandparents

blue star bullet March 18 - School Board Meeting

blue star bullet March 19 - PTA General Membership Meeting

blue star bullet March 24 - Half-Day Early Dismissal, K-12

blue star bullet March 26 - Half-Day Early Dismissal, Elementary Only

 

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Principal: Susie Black

13802 Canyon View Blvd. E.
Bonney Lake, WA 98391
(253) 891-4500
Fax (253) 891-4522

 

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(Principal Update sent February 17, 2015, via school messages)

Dear Families,

Please remember that our school doors open at 8:45 a.m. on every day except Wednesday; students are considered tardy if they arrive after 9:00 a.m.   On Wednesdays, our school doors open at 10:20 a.m.; students are considered tardy if they arrive after 10:35 a.m.

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new Sumner School District K-12 STEM Fair Award Recipients and District Art Show Award Recipients
The Sumner School District K-12 District STEM Fair was held February 21, 2015, showcasing Science, Technology, Engineering and Math projects. The STEM Fair gives students the opportunity to model the work of professional research scientists. Students who develop science projects learn or improve their skills in scientific method and experimentation, logical thinking and problem-solving, writing and public speaking, and advanced library research. Congratulations to the Donald Eismann Elementary award recipients. Top projects will move on to regional competition in March.

Place

Name

Project Title

1st Place

Natalie S.

Melting Ice

1st Place

Kobe R.

Dissolution of Bones in Acid

1st Place

Andrea G.

Night Light

2nd Place

Zoe A.

Will it Spill?

3rd Place

Ava S.

Crazy Bouncy Balls

3rd Place

Jory L.

Will it really keep going

Honorable Mention

Hope C.

Sink or float

Honorable Mention

Zoe R.

Crazy Crystal Creations

Honorable Mention

Camden N.

Grow Grow Gummy Bear

Honorable Mention

Ethan P.

Pencil Catapult

Honorable Mention

Kaitlyn H.

To Dye For

Honorable Mention

Josie A.

Create your own durable paper doll

Honorable Mention

Annalise S.

Lights Turtle Action

FFA Award: Animal Systems

Kevin K.

 

Specialty Award: DEE Principal Award

Zoe A.

Will it Spill?

Specialty Award: Superintendent's Award

Samuel T.

Destruction of Construction

Specialty Award: Best Research

Noah D.

Feel the Power

Specialty Award: Best Use of Electricity

Andrea G.

Night Light

Specialty Award: Chemistry

Kobe R.

Dissolution of Bones in Acid

Specialty Award: Best Female Scientist

Zoe R.

Crazy Crystal Creations

Specialty Award: Safety First Award

Andrew N.

Flippin' Flapjack

Specialty Award: Safety First Award

Angela W.

Energy Efficiency


Register NOW for Kindergarten
All children enrolling for kindergarten for the coming school year must be five years old by August 31, prior to the start of the school year.  The District offers free full-time kindergarten programs at all elementary schools. Information on kindergarten programs and registration is linked below or visit your neighborhood school.  To find your neighborhood school and bus information, link to the online bus tool and enter in current address information.  Note:  Bus times will change as bus routes are finalized for the upcoming year.  Check bus schedules before school begins in the fall to confirm exact pick up and drop off times.

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Recreation News
Registration is now open for the following events.  Registration forms can be downloaded from the Sumner School District Website.  

PeeWee Soccer - March 6, 2015
Spring Break Day Camp - March 12, 2015
Bonney Lake Girls Fastpitch Camp - March 12, 2015


Teacher Tuesday!
Teacher Tuesday is a weekly opportunity for the district to highlight highly effective educators in our schools making a difference. Every Tuesday a teacher is recognized for their continuous excellence in teaching.  To nominate a teacher for Teacher Tuesday, email teachertuesday@sumnersd.org.

 

 

 

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