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Daffodil Valley Elementary School
1509 Valley Ave E, Sumner, WA 98390
Daffodil Valley Elementary School, located in Sumner, Washington, serves grades K-5 in the Sumner School District. ItMore has received a GreatSchools Rating of 6 out of 10, based on its performance on state standardized tests. The great diversity among the student body makes for a positive, tolerant environment. Check the Sumner School District website for more information.
Sumner Middle School
1508 Willow St, Sumner, WA 98390

Principle Steve Sjolund and Assistant Principle Jennifer Williams lead the Sumner Middle School.

ExtensiveMore school renovation is currently under way and is tentatively scheduled for completion in December 2011. Some students will attend classes in portables or transfered to Maple Lawn Elementary next door, so visit the Sumner School District website for more information.

Maple Lawn Elementary School
230 Wood Ave, Sumner, WA 98390
Principal Mike McCartin leads Maple Lawn Elementary School, which is part of the Sumner School District.More Its school mascot is the Husky. Due to the Sumner Middle School construction next door, some middle school classes will be held at Maple Lawn. The school offers before- and after-school care. Visit the Sumner District website for more details.
Sumner School District
1202 Wood Ave, Sumner, WA 98390

The Sumner School District comprises the cities of Bonney Lake, Edgewood, Pacific and Sumner, including parts ofMore unincorporated Pierce County.

The district has 13 schools, including:

  • Bonney Lake Elementary
  • Crestwood Elementary
  • Daffodil Valley Elementary
  • Emerald Hills Elementary
  • Liberty Ridge Elementary
  • Maple Lawn Elementary
  • McAlder 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 district's graduation rate is 81.1 percent, which is higher than the state's average of 77 percent, according to the Washington State  2008-2009 Report Card.

View the Sumner School District's official state report for the 2008-2009 school year card here. Report cards are also available online for each school.

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.

Sumner School District Transportation Department
19701 104th St E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
The Sumner School District Transportation Department houses district buses and official vehicles. It employs about 85More people. The buses travel more than 650,000 miles each year and transport about 4,000 local students every day. The district buses have recieved outstanding ratings from the Washington State Patrol for the past 10 years and special programs like the Winnie The Pooh bus safety course for preschoolers make it an enjoyable ride for everyone.
Sunset Chevrolet Inc.
910 Traffic Ave, Sumner, WA 98390

Sunset Chevrolet is a strong member of the Sumner community. It offers a huge variety of new and pre-owned vehicles.More The staff are attentive to detail and safety. Generously giving back to the community, Sunset Chevrolet donates cars and motors to Sumner High School's auto-shop program. A short drive from Seattle or Tacoma, "tiny-overhead" Sunset Chevrolet is just off of Highway 167 and Highway 410.

Continuing to pass their low overhead savings onto the community, Sunset purchased the naming rights to Sumner High School's now Sunset Stadium and annually donates a car valued at $30,000 to the school district to raffle off. 

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