Upcoming 7th Grade Outdoor Education Field Trip
7th grade students are invited to attend the annual Outdoor Education field trip to East Troy, WI October 25-27. The purpose of the Outdoor Education Camping Trip is to provide a learning experience in outdoor education in an environment conducive to this type of learning. On the trip students will participate in outdoor activities such as animal acclimatization, orienteering, and outdoor adventure hikes. Team building and group decision-making activities are also an important part of the activities. Some are activities include a group initiative course, camp social, night hike, scavenger hunt, and camp Olympics. The program is enhanced with arts and crafts activities designed to engage students in kinesthetic learning. Check out the presentation from the camp here.

Million Fathers March
We want to thank all our fathers and male father figures who joined us at Nathan Hale for the annual Million Fathers March to kick off the school year. It is so important to show your involvement in your students' lives from day one and throughout the whole year.


Sunnybrook on the National Stage
Sunnybrook's own Mike McGowan, Director of Technology, represented the District at the National ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) conference in San Antonio this year.  Mr. McGowan had the opportunity to lead several presentations on topics such as Social Media use to Tell a District's story, the importance of hands on learning in the classroom, STEM initiatives, and the #1 movement in education right now, Girls in Coding.  "It was a great honor to be asked to lead these sessions and be a part of a conference that brings together over 21,000 educators from around the world together to talk about the importance of technology in education" says Mr. McGowan about his experience at the ISTE conference.





Maximize student achievement by cultivating: critical thinking skills, innovative instructional practices and a collaborative school, home, and community partnership
Beliefs

We believe student achievement is maximized when:

1. The self-worth of each child is nurtured within a diverse and inclusive environment 
2. Students are engaged in a rigorous, culturally relevant and innovative learning experience
3. Educators apply result-driven instructional practices
4. Teachers and staff are engaged in continuous professional development
5. Parents, students, staff and community collaborate