Sunnyslope Elementary School

Measure EE Bond Projects

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Sunnyslope Portable Relocation & New 2-Story Building

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About the project

Due to the success of the Dual Immersion Program, such demand lead way for the need for the construction of a new 2-story eight-classroom modular building with a restroom and workroom for teachers.


Completion - August 2017

Architect - Ruhnau Clarke Architects

Sunnyslope New Playground

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About the project

A new two-story building wouldn't be proper without a new playground structure! In conjunction with the new two-story building, we reserved EE funds for a new playground due to an old aging one. We found the green and yellow colors along with the tree and branches theme on this structure was a perfect fit to tie in with the school mascot.

Sunnyslope Digital Gateway Initiative

About the project

Jurupa Unified has launched a Digital Gateway Initiative, which means that each student in 2nd through 6th grade at Sunnyslope Elementary is equipped with a Chromebook to take to and from school. Each Chromebook is monitored and filtered to protect students while online. Digital Gateway is funded by short-term financing proceeds from Measure EE, the facilities bond that district voters approved in November 2014. The bond costs related to the Chromebooks will be fully paid during the life of the devices.

Digital Gateway will:

  • Increase student engagement and productivity through personalized learning and equal access to technology.
  • Extend and expand learning beyond the school day - anytime, anywhere learning 365 days a year, 24/7.
  • Provide all students with 21st century tools and relevant learning experiences.
  • Increase 21st century skill development in collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking and problem solving, digital literacy, and global awareness.

Launched: August 2016

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Sunnyslope Wireless Network Upgrades

About the project

Modernization of Sunnyslope Elementary's wired and wireless network infrastructure, replacing aging cables, and installing new wireless access points.

Wireless Network Upgrades will:

  • Preserve high-speed internet access for every student in every classroom
  • Ensure more stable, reliable internet service throughout the school day
  • Provide internet service up to 10 times faster than the speed of the network being replace

Completion: July 2016