To find the school your address is assigned to, visit http://www.schfinder.com/sunnyvalesd/

    Monday - Thursday at Cumberland between 10am - 1:30pm.  

    Registration will start Monday, February 3rd from 10am - 2pm.

    On Monday, February 3rd, starting at 9am, 80 number cards will be passed out to the first 80 families in line. Due to the time it takes to process each registration, we can only accommodate 80 families in the timeframe given.

    *All documents must be present to complete your registration.

    There are four steps that need to be completed to register a new student:

    Identify your local school
    Prepare your documentation
    verify documentation at your school
    complete registration online

    Please read the registration requirements sheet below. ALL elements must be complete before registration can begin. Please bring originals and a photocopy of each document.  
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  • # 1- Identify Your Local School

    Sunnyvale School District is home to eight exceptional elementary schools in Sunnyvale, CA. Cumberland serves a small community in West Sunnyvale.

    You must currently be living in our attendance area to attend Cumberland.

    Please verify your address by using the School Finder link.





  • # 3- Verify Documentation at Cumberland

    verified   Once steps one and two are complete, you are ready to verify your documents at Cumberland!

      Registration hours: Mon. - Thurs. 10am- 1:30pm

      Current school year: registration is ongoing 

    Next School year: starts the first Monday in February

    • Please be sure to bring all originals.  If you pay your bills online, please bring in a printed copy. Once all your documents are verified and copied you will receive an infosnap code.
    • Bring a copy in addition to your originals (proof of age, TB and immunizations - New 2019 immunization guidelines)
    • Then you are ready for step four... online registration.

    *You cannot receive an infosnap code without completing steps one through three first.

  • # 4- Complete Registration Online

    • The final step is completing your "infosnap homework". 
    • Your infosnap code will be sent to your preferred e-mail within 48 hours of submitting your documents.
    • Your infosnap profile will be used every school year to update emergency information, so please keep your user name and password in a safe place.
    • Online registration takes about 40 minutes to an hour to complete. Please note that your child is not registered until all the pages of the online registration are complete. You will receive an e-mail from Sunnyvale School District stating that your registration has been submitted.

    2019-2020 registration is ongoing - Monday - Thursday, 10am-1:30pm
    2020-2021 school year registration -
    Date: the first Monday of February
    Location: at your home school.
    Days and times: Monday-Thursday: 10am-1:30pm
    First Day of School for the 2020-2021 - Wednesday, August 20th, 2020
  •  Questions?

    If you have any registration questions, please contact our District Office at (408) 522-8200
  • Transitional Kindergarten

    What is Transitional Kindergarten?

    Transitional Kindergarten (TK) is the first of a two-year kindergarten program. A child is eligible for TK if they have their fifth birthday between September 2 and December 2.

    Sunnyvale School District Program Design

    • TK will be offered to all eligible students in the district.
    • Full day program
    • TK children will have meals, recess and all activities with their kindergarten peers
    • Located at five elementary school sites to service north and south side families. Parents provide their own transportation. (Bishop, Ellis, Lakewood, San Miguel, Vargas)
    • Fully credentialed, experienced teachers

     How can I learn more?

    To learn more about transitional kindergarten, visit the Sunnyvale School District website at:

    For answers to frequently asked questions, please refer to the California Department of Education website at: http://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/gs/em/kinderfaq.asp


    Open Enrollment is a request to transfer from your school of residence (a.k.a. your “neighborhood school” or your “home school”) to a Program of Choice or another school within the Sunnyvale School District. Open Enrollment is one of the ways the Sunnyvale School District aims to meet the diverse needs and interests of its students. Please note that you must complete Sunnyvale School District's registration process in order to be eligible for the Open Enrollment process.

    • Open Enrollment is not necessary for students who are registered for and wish to attend their home school.
    • The exception is that ALL students who wish to participate in Columbia Middle School’s University Partnership Program must go through open enrollment, even if Columbia is your neighborhood school.


    For more information, please visit https://www.sesd.org/Page/241

  • Programs of Choice

    education news In addition to our excellent, well-rounded neighborhood schools, Sunnyvale School District offers several Programs of Choice: a science-focused school (Vargas) , a Spanish dual immersion program (San Miguel), a leadership program (Bishop), a technology with emotional intelligence (Lakewood) and a parent-participation school (Fairwood Explorer) at the elementary level.

    In middle school, we offer a university partnership program (Columbia) that brings cutting-edge curriculum and best practices gleaned through Stanford University research to our students.

    Visit the district website at https://www.sesd.org/Page/242