Sunnyvale School District
819 W Iowa Ave
Sunnyvale Ca, 94086
Mon through Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Affidavits of Residency: Fridays Only
phone: (408) 522-8200
fax: (408) 522-8338
Students in rising grades 1 through 8 who join the program are provided academic enrichment in a unique partnership with Stanford University.
Sign up for our new text messaging option by texting 'YES' to 67587 from the mobile number you have on file with the District.
Vargas Elementary and Columbia Middle were the beneficiaries of work done by 600 volunteers from Beautiful Day, an organization that connects churches, business and community groups to local schools for renovation projects.
Cumberland, San Miguel, and Vargas Elementary schools recognized for model programs
Students competed with 1,697 others at the annual Anaheim Heritage Festival.
Fairwood Elementary School, and Cumberland Elementary School are each being recognized for outstanding educational programs with the 2016 Glenn W. Hoffmann Awards.
The green thumbs with the Bishop Buds Junior Garden Club at Bishop Elementary have received some extra cash to help with their gardening in the form of a $2,000 grant from Whole Foods.
Families, teachers, and administrators came together March 9 to celebrate students for overcoming extraordinary challenges and demonstrating unwavering resilience and leadership.
Columbia Middle School's Darren Zhang scored in the top 5 percent on the Mathematical Association of America's AMC 8 competition. Winners were announced in early January.
Shriya Ghosh, a 17-year-old Sunnyvale resident,along with the Columbia Neighborhood Center in Sunnyvale conducts a free after-school science program for fourth- and fifth-grade Bishop Elementary School students every other Friday.
The Digest covers programs, happenings and issues affecting our neighborhood schools, the district, and public education.
Research tells us that the strategic use of technology in the classroom adds enormous value to the learning process. But to realize its benefits, it is imperative that we thoughtfully and intentionally integrate it into instructional plans designed to support specific learning objectives.
Our job as educators is to connect with our children — to identify the best way to draw out the unique potential that lies within each so they experience learning in a way that excites them and inspires them to seek education throughout their lives.
Annual luncheon provides students the opportunity to report to the district office all the goings on at their schools so far this year!