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
Key topics include: presentation by Lakewood Tech EQ, final offer of facilities for Spark Charter School, public hearing for the initial interest statement of the board and the California School Employees Association, and the adoption of a resolution around school safety.
Teachers Karen Currie and Kevin Davis organized a special assembly and read-in for Lakewood third through fifth-grade students on Feb. 5 in celebration of Black History Month and to reflect on the literary contributions of African-American authors.
In January, Ellis Elementary held a Homeless C.A.R.E. Package Project that was created by their Community and Respect at Ellis (C.A.R.E.) Team. Lead by fifth-grade teacher Melissa Mak and organized by the student leadership team, Ellis donated multiple boxes of wish list items from Sunnyvale’s Winter Shelter
Cumberland students chose the nonprofit organization Gravity Water as one of the beneficiaries of the Student Council’s Global-Initiative fundraiser this year.
Twenty-two girls from Bishop Elementary went to a Stanford University women’s basketball game on February 11 thanks to the Bay Area Women’s Sports Initiative (BAWSI).
Key topics include: presentations from Cumberland and Cherry Chase, approval of the second interim fiscal solvency report, and the public hearing for the approval of the initial interest statements of the Sunnyvale School District Governing Board and the Sunnyvale Education Association.
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!
Civility creates a safe environment in which the most impassioned debates can occur, leading to deeper understanding and tolerance even when disagreement lingers. Civility builds relationships, and relationships can lead us to solutions that we could never reach in isolation.
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM Juntos School Tour
6:30 PM - 10:30 PM Board of Education Meeting
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Fairwood School Tour