Spartan Update

April 23, 2021

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Monday April 26th

  • Advisory 10:30-11:00

Tuesday April 27th

  • Hybrid Group A
  • Distance Learning Periods 1-3

Wednesday April 28th

  • Hybrid Group B
  • Distance Learning Periods 4-6

Thursday April 29th

  • Hybrid Group A
  • Distance Learning Periods 1-3

Friday April 30th

  • Hybrid Group B
  • Distance Learning Periods 4-6
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It is critical for students to stay home from school when they are sick or if family members are sick. This is the most effective way for us to minimize any potential transmission of COVID-19. Students staying home from school because they are sick are welcome to zoom into the classes that are being taught to distance learners that day.

Sumner High School Mary Young Memorial Blood Drive


8:00AM to 2:00PM

Rachel Aszklar

Information for Minors and their Parents/Guardians For students ages 16-17, this form needs to be filled out, signed and brought with student, along with picture ID to be able to donate blood.

To Register:

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SHS Seniors "What's next class of 2021"

Sumner High School wants to celebrate your hard work and showcase every senior's plan after graduation! Fill out the Google form to be included for our annual Senior wall located in the halls of SHS and social media. As well as let us know your plan for the future and if continuing your education where you need your final transcripts to be mailed to.
Include any picture you choose (school appropriate) from baby picture, little league, dance to your formal high school picture; it's up to you
Every member of the Class of 2021 has a plan after graduation to celebrate!
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Attending a SHS Sporting Event?

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HIV/AIDS Prevention Curriculum

The Sumner-Bonney Lake School District (SBLSD) is offering an opportunity for families to preview the HIV/AIDS prevention curriculum for students currently enrolled in 6th and 7th grade, for students enrolled 2nd semester in 8th grade Skills for Life and 9th grade Health classes, and applicable 10th through 12th grade classes.

Washington State law requires that every student receives HIV/AIDs prevention education in grades 5 through 12. Because this unit covers sensitive topics, Washington State law and SBLSD board policy require that parents/families are provided the opportunity to preview these lessons.

This is an opportunity for parents and guardians to understand the health content for grades 6 through 12 by previewing the teaching materials used in the classroom.

Grades 6-7: HIV/AIDS

Grade 8: Skills for Life - HIV/AIDS

Grade 9: Health Content

Grades 10-12: HIV/AIDS

Family Preview for Health Curriculum Spring 2021

May 3, 2021 - May 31, 2021

If you wish to preview the curriculum, please send a request to Please include the student's name, school and grade level. A copy of the curriculum will be emailed to you in pdf format for review along with the exclusion form.

Parents/families wishing to exclude their child from the HIV/AIDS curriculum required by our state must preview this curriculum and sign the exclusion form.

Cap & Gown Ordering

You still have time to order your cap and gown unit along with announcements and other accessories as you celebrate this all important moment in your life. You can place your order at or go to this quick link to the ordering page: Once your items are ordered on your confirmation email it will tell you the expected delivery time of your items. We do suggest if you are ordering a cap and gown, please do so no later than two weeks before graduation. All other items you should order no later than 6 – 8 weeks before graduation.

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If you are a late arriving student (ie: late to school, running start, PCSC, Elhi, etc) please make sure to check in for attestation through the main office lobby. There will be an SHS staff member at the main doors to check you in. Please double check the time your class period starts so you are getting here on time and not too early.

Distance Learners Schedule & Attendance


Advisory 10:30 - 11:00

Periods 1-6: Asynchronous


Period 1: 7:25 - 8:20

Period 2: 8:25 - 9:17

Period 3: 9:22 - 10:14

Tutoring Time: 1:50-2:35

Periods 4-6: Asynchronous


Periods 1-3: Asynchronous

Period 4: 10:19 - 11:11 or 10:49 - 11:41 *Determined by 4th period teacher, see above.

Period 5: 11:46 - 12:38

Period 6: 12:43 - 1:35

Tutoring Time: 1:50-2:35


Students will no longer be able to complete a google form to correct their absences. Guardians of students must call/email our attendance office to correct or excuse absences of distance learners.

Athletic Clearance for Season #3 is Open for Athletes

All Athletes who wish to participate in Season 3 Athletics (See Below) must gain clearance through Family ID. Student athletes must gain clearance for each season they wish to participate in.

2020 - 2021 Athletic Seasons

Coaches Directory

Season 2

Casey Adcox, Baseball :

Todd Murray, Boys Soccer:

Maari Bennett, Boys Swim & Dive:

Megan Gaines, Fastpitch:

Michael Hochstatter, Girls Tennis:

Maurice Dudley, Track & Field:

Season 3

Jake Jackson, Boys Basketball:

Brett McDaniel, Girls Basketball:

Jenny Ford, Dance:

Kathryn Elliott, Gymnastics:

Javan Chow, Boys Lacrosse:

Michael Hochstatter, Boys Tennis:

Matt Harshman, Boy Wrestling:

Cyndee Meek, Cheer:

Brandon Hazzard, Girls Lacrosse:

Aaron Ledesma, Girls Wrestling:

Curbside Meal Services

  • Multi-day meals packs are offered curbside one day a week on Mondays (except April 5 and May 31 due to no school). Two sizes of meal packs to choose from, one pack per child:
    • 3 Day Pack: For students attending school in person two days per week and eating school meals onsite.

    • 5 Day Pack: For students not eating at school, for full-time distance learners, or any child in the community aged 18 or younger, whether or not they are enrolled in the District.

  • Locations: Lakeridge Middle School, Mountain View Middle School, Sumner High School

  • Time: 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

SHS Hybrid Safety Video

Masks Required

All staff, students, and visitors (allowed on a limited, approved basis) must wear cloth face coverings, 2-layer gaiter or an appropriate and approved alternative.

Face coverings must be worn correctly (covering the mouth and the nose) and must meet health department standards.

Find additional requirements for face coverings at CDC Guidance On Face Masks.

Hybrid Safety

Our paramount focus is to ensure safe environments for everyone in our school. To help meet our safety goals, we ask that students and families be active participants in these efforts.

Here is an outline of the actions necessary to help maintain health and safety in our school buildings:

  • Parents/guardians must check the health of their child before sending them to school. If your child is ill, they need to stay home. Please refer to the list of symptoms and questions included in the Attestation Form, which must be submitted each quarter. Please complete the attestation form through Family Access.

  • Parents/guardians will contact their child’s school to inform staff if their child has been tested, has been informed that they are COVID-19 positive or have been in close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual.

  • On the bus, students must properly wear approved face coverings and sit in seats assigned by their driver (social distancing as much as possible).

  • Staff, students, parents/guardians, and limited visitors must wear face coverings when on campus. Face coverings may be taken off to eat during assigned times and to drink water.

  • Students and staff will have their temperature taken daily upon arrival to their building. Staff will also conduct a brief visual inspection for COVID-19 symptoms.

  • Social distancing (6 feet) will be expected and strictly enforced.

  • Handwashing (with soap and water) or the use of hand sanitizer will be expected upon arrival, during the day, prior to eating, and after eating.

  • Students will adhere to all building safety protocols enacted by the school staff. These protocols will be taught to students.

Thank you for your help and commitment to the safety of everyone in our school communities.

Health and Safety Resources

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Each week various college reps, military recruiters, and businesses for virtual job shadows will be available. Learn about jobs or find out about admissions changes to schools check out the link below each week to see who will be attending.

Make it Happen Monday Zoom Links