Friday September 9th
Sept. 9, 2022
Monday September 12th (Schedule B)
Tuesday September 13th (Schedule A)
Wednesday September 14th (A)
Thursday September 15th (A)
Friday September 16th (Assembly See Below)
Spartan Time (formally known as PowerHour) & Lunches
Over the past three days Sumner High's Administrative team met with each graduating class. Our purpose was to discuss the challenges of PowerHour from last year, why we move to three lunches, and our next steps together. It is our goal to move to a more structured one lunch system that we will be calling Spartan Time. This time will allow students to receive academic support, join clubs/activities during the day with more structure than PowerHour previously had. In order to earn Spartan Time we need to see students taking ownership of their behaviors in the classroom, hallways, and bathrooms. Our areas of focus consisted of the cleanliness of the school, bathroom expectations, and getting to each class on time everyday.
We will be communicating with students weekly on our performance as a collective whole and believe that we will transition to Spartan Time in the near future. Expect future updates about our progress towards Spartan Time and details about its structure.
September 16th AM 45 Min Assembly Schedule
7:25 – 8:15 1st Period
8:20 – 9:10 2nd Period
9:10 – 9:15 Excuse to Main Gym for assembly LEAVE BAGS/BELONGINGS IN 2nd PERIOD
9:15 – 10:00 ASSEMBLY
10:00 – 10:05 Return to 2nd Period – (Pick up books/belongings) 10:10 – 11:00 3rd Period
11:00 – 11:30 Lunch (A)
11:35 – 12:30 4th Period (A)
11:05 – 11:30 4th Period (B)
11:30 – 12:00 Lunch (B)
12:05 – 12:30 4th Period (B)
11:05 – 12:00 4th Period (C)
12:00 – 12:30 Lunch (C)
12:35 – 1:25 5th Period
1:30 – 2:20 6th period
Student Picture information
Picture makeup day is Sept. 15th and retakes are Oct. 12th during school. You can prepay ahead of time online by going to their website www.bbprepay.com and clicking on Sumner High School. Be sure to bring your receipt with you as proof of payment.
*To ensure your picture in the yearbook, please be sure to make it to one of these days.
In the event your student tests positive for COVID, please communicate with us ASAP. We would like you to contact our school nurse, Lorie Hunt by email: firstname.lastname@example.org . Ms. Hunt will conduct the intake and establish the return date for your student. The student's counselor will also assist with academic help, while the student is out of school. A general notification will go out to staff and families. No names will be published.
Please call the Attendance Office to report the absence: 253.891.5510. Absences related to Covid will be excused.
SENIORS: The deadline for seniors to purchase parking ended Friday Sept. 9th at 3:30pm.
JUNIORS: We will do a lottery for Juniors to be able to purchase remaining stadium parking spots. All juniors names will be put into the lottery. If students are selected they will be notified via the students' welschool email. All information of how to purchase will be included in that email. Juniors will have 2 school days to respond.
In order to purchase you will need:
- completed parking application (sent to your email)
- Valid drivers license
- Copy of insurance card
- Make, model, and license plate number (of the car you will be driving)
- No outstanding fines
*Parking at SHS is very limited, and we only have a limited amount of spots available for purchase for students.
Sign Up For Remind 101
Parents and Students: Want to get text messages sent to you reminding you of important events and timelines relevant to your grade level & school? This is an important communication method used at SHS and we encourage you to enroll! This will be one of the main ways we communicate with students & families. If you have not done so already, get signed up!
Class of 2026 Text to 81010 the message @sumner2026
Class of 2025: Text to 81010 the message: @sumner2025
Class of 2024: Text to 81010 the message: @sumner2024
Class of 2023: Text to 81010 the message: @sumner2023
Child Nutrition Services
All schools serve breakfast and lunch daily. We offer a variety of student favorites that feature:
- A selection of fresh fruits and vegetables, many of which are sourced locally
- Entrees with healthy proteins and whole grains
- Low-fat milk and 100-percent fruit juices
Free and Reduced-Price Meal Applications:
All families who may be eligible are encouraged to apply for free or reduced-price meals. Applications must be resubmitted each year within the first 30 days of school. Qualified students receive the benefit for the full school year, even if the family’s financial situation changes.
Families receiving Basic Food, TANF, FDPIR or Medicaid may be Direct Certified for free or reduced-price meal benefits. These families will receive a letter in the mail from Child Nutrition Services notifying them of their student’s meal eligibility by mid-August. If a family receives such a letter, they do not need to submit an application.
Applications may be submitted online through Family Access. Start by selecting your student’s name, then Food Service, then click the Applications button, then Add Application. The system will walk you through the process and is very easy to use. Once Child Nutrition has processed the application, you will receive a notification letter by mail or email.
Printed applications are also available at each school and online at: 22-23 Application for Free or Reduced-Price Meals.
Students who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals may receive reduced school fees, however, parental consent is required. For online applications, the option to grant consent to release the students’ eligibility status is part of the application process. For others, the form is available at: 22-23 Consent Form
Since meal accounts have not been used for some time, we encourage families to check their student account balances before school starts. Families can make online payments to student accounts anytime using Visa or Mastercard through Family Access. There are also options to receive email notices when student balances are low. A $0.75 per student transaction fee will be applied at checkout for payments.
Cash or checks are accepted as a form of payment in the school cafeterias during breakfast or lunch.
Monthly print menus, and the link to our interactive online menus are on the Child Nutrition Services website here: Lunch Menus
If your child has a special dietary need, please contact our office.
Please contact the Child Nutrition office at (253) 891-6450 if you have questions about our meal programs, payments or free-reduced applications; we are happy to help! We are also available via email at email@example.com, and follow us on Twitter @Sumnersdlunch.
Fine & Fees
How to pay online
When going to this link please make sure you are signing into your account. If you use the guest link it WILL NOT be applied to your student's account. (If you login in through your student's account, it will not bring up fines or fees).
New Students to SBLSD: Your login and passwords were mailed home to you and will be active in August.
Families will be able to purchase items such as ASB cards, yearbooks, etc. There is a fee of no more than $1.00 per transaction and payments are credited to your student's account. You must bring a copy of your receipt to speed up your wait in line at Spartan Days.
Fees that can be paid online: Yearbook ($60), ASB ($40), Fall Sport Athletic Fee ($95). If you know you are in a class or activity with a fee, (like band for example,) you can also pay this online.
Fees you are NOT able to pay online: Chromebook coverage ($20). Parking (this must be paid in person due to limited space). Students must have a valid license and insurance to be eligible to purchase. Pictures can be paid online through Perlers—see picture section of this newsletter. Spirit Gear due to sizing and inventory.
How to pay online? Returning SSD Students: Use Family Access login and password. To access the Touchbase online payment system: from district homepage in upper middle band click the payment $ icon to access the Touchbase online payment system. This link will take you directly to the online payment page.
When in the Touchbase online payment system:
1. Use your Family Access username and password (case sensitive)
to login to Touchbase; if you have other difficulties, try using all
2. Click on your child's name. Browse for desired items/fees to pur-
chase at school and select "Add."
3. The processing fee will be added to give you the exact amount for
4. To purchase items for another student simply click "Your Family"
at the top.
Don’t know your Family Access login or password? If you need to obtain your user ID and password please contact the Registrar, Jessica Doble, through June at 891-5500. From June 27 - August 16 call the district office, 891-6000. FYI: These passwords can only be mailed home or provided in person.
Free and Reduced information: Paperwork to apply for free and reduced fees will be mailed home in August with the district calendar.
You can also complete this online at the district website. A confirmation letter is mailed home following the processing of the application.
Whenever paying fees at school be sure to have your Free/Reduced confirmation letter with you. Thank you!
We’re on track for completion of the Sumner High School Modernization and Expansion Phase 1 for early 2023! The new building will include a commons, library, kitchen and cafeteria, classrooms and associated students services, such as technology, security and restrooms.
Here’s the latest on construction progress:
- New sidewalk on Wood Avenue complete
- Sidewalks and gutters installed at parking lot driveway on Washington Street
- Coordinating landscape work
- Siding installation continues around the building
- Majority of windows installed
- Elevator finish work and power source continues
- Lighting installation continues on the first floor
Athletic Entrance Prices
The Sumner-Bonney Lake School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts of America and other designated youth groups. The following employees are designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Title IX/Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator Adrienne Chacon (253) 891-6033, ADA Coordinator Diana Thomas (253) 891-6033, Section 504 Coordinator Karen Finigan (253) 891-6040. Address: 1202 Wood Ave, Sumner, WA 98390.