Million Father March
Join us and fathers from across the district and the country at Nathan Hale Wednesday, August 23rd at 8:45 for the Million Father March. The Million Father March is an opportunity for men to show their commitment to the educational lives of their children on the first day of school and throughout the school year. Since the March began in 2004, fathers and other significant male caregivers across the country and around the world have been asked to take their children to their first day of school. The Million Father March is the beginning of a year-long commitment of men to their children’s educational success. Click here for a flyer about the event.

5th Grade Ice Cream Social
Fifth Grade Students and their parents will have an opportunity to meet and greet their 5th grade Teachers, Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at 3:30 - 5:00 pm.  This welcoming experience will address student anxiety, expectations at the middle school level, as well as seek to enhance communication between home and school. Come on out, meet everyone, and enjoy some ice cream, we look forward to seeing you.  For a flyer with all the info click here

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.

Summer Reading List
Click here to see the 2017 Summer Reading List for Grades 5-8.

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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
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10:00am - 2:00pm

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