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    SISD Community:

    This morning, all campuses were placed in lockdown mode after a threat was made over social media. The threat generically referenced "SHS" and because of that, district administration -- under the guidance of local law enforcement -- made the decision to place campuses in lockdown to ensure the safety of all students, which is always our highest priority.

    We now have confirmation from law enforcement that the threat was not related to Sunnyvale ISD schools.

    At this time, the formal lockdown has been suspended, but the campuses will remain on a "soft lockdown" as recommended by local law enforcement.

    What is a soft lockdown?

    1. Dallas County Sherriff's officials remain on all three campuses.
    2. Students will continue their day on their typical schedules, but will not be allowed outside. Classes held in the field house will meet in the gym or locker rooms and classes that meet in the portables will meet inside the school. Elementary students will not go to the playground. 
    3. Parents who wish to check their students in or out of campus may now do so with proper identification.

    Please contact SISD with any questions.

Important Announcement From SISD

  • Dear Parents and Community:

    The Sunnyvale ISD family extends its deepest condolences to the families and employees of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and the community of Parkland, Florida. While we cannot begin to fathom the depth of their loss, our hearts go out to those who lost loved ones last week.

    Last week's tragic events remind us more than ever that the safety of Sunnyvale’s students will always be our top priority. 

    • Exterior doors to all three campuses are secure at all times. Access to visitors is not permissible, except by buzz-in and computer registration in the campus’ respective front office.
    • The State of Texas conducts regular safety audits of its public schools. SISD consistently performs well on these audits.
    • All three campuses implement safety procedures that are driven by a district-wide campus crisis team. These procedures are drilled routinely with faculty and students throughout the school year.

    • SISD administration will be meeting in the coming days to determine steps to further strengthen our security plan.
    • An event of this significance may cause your child to have questions or feel anxiety on some level. Our campus guidance counselors are available to assist them with any questions or concerns. Please feel free to contact them. They are:


    Sunnyvale High School Counselor: 

    Kandy Reynolds – kandy.reynolds@sunnyvaleisd.com (972) 203-4600


    Sunnyvale Middle School Counselor: 

    Melissa James - melissa.james@sunnyvaleisd.com (972) 226-2922

    Sunnyvale Elementary School Counselor: 

    Glenda McMcMahan – glenda.mcmahan@sunnyvaleisd.com (972) 226-7601

    As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me directly or your child’s campus administrators with any questions.

    Doug Williams,
    Superintendent
    Sunnyvale ISD

The Sunnyvale Education Foundation Presents...

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    Interested in becoming a 2018 SEF Gala Sponsor?
     
    YOU ROCK! Click here for our sponsor tiers and information.


    Want to Donate to the SEF Silent or Live Auction?
    ROCK ON! Here's all the information.


    Know Who Really ROCKS? YOU!
    Click here to see your donations in action! It's YOU who makes a difference! 

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Understanding the MAP Score Report

  • Understanding the MAP Score Report
    After each MAP testing administration your student will receive a progress report. This report is a great tool for you to discuss your student's learning with them. But there can be a lot of information to try to digest and understand. So take a few moments to watch this video and see what all this data shows about your students academic performance and progress.

    You can find more informatin about the MAP here.

What IS the MAP Test?


  • An Introduction to MAP Testing... What IS the MAP Test?
    On FridaySISD students recieved their report cards and their MAP scores. The MAP test assesses student growth. Learn more about what this important Measure of Academic Progress is in the video below. 


    You can find more informatin about the MAP here.
     

SISD Prize Patrol On the Move!

  • Director of Assessment and Accountability Amy Tutle and her Prize Patrol rewarded Dual-Credit Biology and Forensics teacher Stasia Armstreet with a half day off for winning the Teacher Challenge on Friday. Mrs. Tutle issues three challenging questions to the entire SISD faculty about the Community-Based Accountability Rating system. Mrs. Armstreet was the first to respond and did so correctly!

    To learn more about our CBAR, please click here or see the information in the headlines below.

     

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