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
Through research, the girls had identified a variety of reasons why a refilling station would benefit the community, including cleaner water dispensers and less waste from disposable water bottles. To pay for the project, the Girl Scouts plan to use money from their cookie sales, and they have applied for a grant through the water district.
On October 17, 2018, the students of Lakewood TECH EQ learned about the growth mindset and grit from Blake Brandes, who has a doctorate in hip-hop and global youth cultures and is a TEDx speaker and international youth motivational speaker.
Students at Columbia Middle School were delighted Oct. 16, 2018 when San Jose Sharks player Evander Kane and SJ Sharkie helped them try on their brand new glasses.
What an amazing opportunity Vargas Elementary 2-5 graders had Sept. 18, 2018, to hear former Warriors player Adonal Foyle and Olympic gold medalist basketball player Ruthie Bolton at a Read to Achieve assembly!
Congratulations to Alex Ha of Lakewood for being recognized as this year’s Educator of the Year by the City of Sunnyvale at its annual State of the City event! The recognition continued a month later, where Alex, alongside the 30 other Teachers of the Year from throughout the county were celebrated at the 49th annual Teacher Recognition Celebration!
In October, Sunnyvale School District reached out to you to have a conversation around our school facilities.
With your vote for Measure GG, you told our children that they matter — a message that will resonate for decades to come in our community, first in our bright and modern classrooms and ultimately through student voices as they step forward to take their places in the world.
This year, we consulted the real experts — the children themselves — to learn what behaviors they especially appreciate from their teachers. No two answers were the same, but there is one message we heard loudly and clearly in every child’s statement: when it comes to working with children, every interaction matters.
Our district motto, “learn today, lead tomorrow,” reflects our belief that today’s students will be ready to lead as they grow into adulthood. The phrase is true — our children have vast potential, and they are certainly learning during their school days; however, they are not waiting until tomorrow to put their leadership skills to work!