Lakewood Elementary School
750 Lakechime Drive
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Office Hours 7:40am-3:30pm
Lakewood Elementary School is a California Distinguished School (awarded in 2010) that values academic excellence, enjoys support from a diverse community, and produces forward-thinking, emotionally resilient problem-solvers. A major focus of our school is to prepare future citizens-in real life AND online-who are capable of communicating effectively using today's technology. Our teachers explicitly teach and monitor students' academic, social, and technology learning to prepare them for their bright futures. We are proud to be a Common Sense Education Certified School for Digital Citizenship.
Located in north Sunnyvale, Lakewood School serves approximately 450 students in grades TK - 5. Our campus and school community provides a safe and caring learning environment where we offer a rigorous academic program and include many opportunities for enrichment throughout the school day such as PE, music, art, gardening, robotics, coding, public speaking and a variety of leadership opportunities. Lakewood teachers and staff believe in the power of relationships and our own continuous learning. As a community, we aim to empower and challenge each of our students to find and use their voices for positive impact.
Congratulations to Alex Ha of Lakewood for being recognized as this year’s Educator of the Year by the City of Sunnyvale and as Teacher of the Year at the 49th annual Santa Clara County Office of Education Teacher Recognition Celebration!
Thank you to both Google and Reading Partners for encouraging and empowering our students to be life-long learners!
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.
First graders from Ms. Gresback’s class at Lakewood Elementary had the opportunity to visit the Ferry Building farmer’s market in San Francisco to participate in the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture’s (CUESA) Foodwise Kids program!