Liberty Ridge Elementary School 12202 209th Avenue Ct E, Bonney Lake, WA98391 The Liberty Ridge Thunder Eagles welcome Principle Laurie Dent this 2010-2011 school year. Dent has stressed on the…More school's website that she intends to work collaboratively with students, faculty and parents and that she will maintain an "open door" policy of feedback on how the school is operated. The school offers before and after-school care.
This program is located in the Liberty Ridge Elementary School which is part of the Sumner School…More district. The Early Childhood Education Assistance Program is a government program that provides free preschool to low income families in Washington. This branch is part of the Department of Early Learning, which is also a state agency. In addition to providing preschool education to children ages three to four, this program also provides family support as well as health and nutrition services. There are two classes offered at this time, each is three days per week. Services are provided for all special needs children living within the school district regardless of family income.
The Sumner School District comprises the cities of Bonney Lake, Edgewood, Pacific and Sumner, including parts of…More unincorporated Pierce County.
The district has 13 schools, including:
Bonney Lake Elementary
Daffodil Valley Elementary
Emerald Hills Elementary
Liberty Ridge Elementary
Maple Lawn Elementary
Victor Falls Elementary
Lakeridge Middle School
Mountain View Middle School
Sumner Middle School
Bonney Lake High School
Sumner High School
As of 2008-2009, there were 8,297 students enrolled in the Sumner School District. There are 3,146 children in elementary school, 1,262 middle school students and 2,820 high school students. Students can also enroll in online high school through the school district.
The Sumner School Board has five members, elected from five separate areas within the district to four-year terms. The board meets one Wednesday of every month. Times and locations vary every month, so check the calendar for more information. All meetings except executive sessions are open to the public. The board always votes in public.