• Mission Statement:


    Our purpose is to prepare each child for success through nurturing and developmentally appropriate experiences so that each child realizes their potential for productive citizenship in a diverse society.


  •  State Preschool


    The Sunnyvale School District State Preschool Program is licensed by the Department of Social Services Community Care Licensing and serves children who will qualify for kindergarten the following school year, or who are 4 or 3 years old, as space allows.

    Equal treatment and access to services are provided without regard to race, creed, religion, national origin, ethnic background, sex, or physical handicap. This program operates without religious instruction or any corporal punishment.


    San Miguel State Preschool

    Facility License Number: 434415209 

    Lakewood State Preschool 

    Facility License Number: 434414750


    Our State Preschool Program offers two half-day sessions 

    Monday through Friday

    Morning: 8:15 am - 11:15 am

    Afternoon: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm


    Please call our office for more information.

    (408) 522-8213 ext. 2039


    Registration hours are by appointment only.



    Proof of Income Requirements: 


    1. Provide one month of income (ex. 2 pay stubs) for each working parent who is responsible for the welfare needs of the family or current income tax form.


    2. If you are receiving unemployment, social security, or disability benefits, please provide recent notice of checks or stubs.


    3. If parents can't provide proof of income (ex. gets paid cash, is unemployed, etc.) you must fill out a “self-certification of income” form.

  • Special Education Services for Preschoolers


    Special Education is specifically designed instruction, at no cost to parents, to meet the unique needs of a child with a disability. Students are eligible for Special Education services through the Sunnyvale School District beginning at three years of age. 


    Our Preschool Program offers a variety of resources and support services. The Assessment Team works to identify a student's strengths and determine what support is required for access to education.  The Assessment Team also provides information for families about community resources, parent workshops, and counseling. If you feel your child is in need of an assessment for specialized needs, please contact Ashley Vargas at ashley.vargas@sesd.org