Welcome to Bishop Elementary School and the home of the Bobcats!
A Leader in Me School
Our Mission Statement
We empower everyone to have a voice and the confidence
to persevere as learners and leaders
who will inspire change in themselves and in the world.
Lead Together and Inspire Change
450 N. Sunnyvale Ave.
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
(408) 522-8229 Phone Office Hours
(408) 523-8143 Absence Line Monday - Friday
(408) 522-8238 Fax 7:30 am to 3:30 pm
Summer came and went faster than we could have imagined. However, the construction progress kept up with the pace and we continue to take strides towards completion.
A group of 5th-grade BAWSI girls at Bishop Elementary decided to address bullying for their Upwards Roots project.
Construction of Bishop Elementary’s new campus continues to move forward.
Parents in Education, or PIE, is a program that welcomes parents to see firsthand the research-based best practices being implemented in our classrooms. This year, there will be five opportunities for parents to learn about an array of subjects ranging from English language development to math.
Thanks to Sunnyvale School District’s community partner, Reach Potential Movement, there is now a bookshelf in nearly every home for Bishop kinder families. This is the fourth year that the nonprofit has brought the literacy project to the school.
Construction of Bishop’s new classrooms is in full swing. In order to have as little impact on the students and staff during the regular school year, most of the construction is taking place offsite, just an hour and a half away in Manteca at American Modular Systems (AMS), a designer and builder of educational facilities
Bishop held its first annual Leadership Day on May 26.
Families, teachers, and administrators came together March 9 to celebrate students for overcoming extraordinary challenges and demonstrating unwavering resilience and leadership.
Bishop has launched a vision of leadership for our young bobcats. In 2015-2016, Bishop Elementary School officially became a Leader in Me school.
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.