An Authorized International Baccalaureate World/ Neighborhood School
The International Baccalaureate has a hard-earned reputation for high standards of teaching, pedagogical leadership and student achievement. The heart of the IB program is structured inquiry as a vehicle for learning. Teachers use guiding questions as a starting point and encourage students to wonder, explore and investigate.
Leveled reading removes the "one size fits all" approach to reading, giving each child the opportunity to develop essential skills at his/her own pace.
We at Sunnybrae, are a diverse community of caring and open-minded learners. We ask questions to understand our world and take action to make it a better place. Read more about our school.
In the final year of the IB program, students participate in a culminating project known as the Exhibition. 5th Grade Exhibition
Family Math Night provides an evening of hands on STEM activities. Students, parents and teachers work together to conduct inquiry-based experiments.
Building community is an important part of Sunnybrae's open minded culture. We celebrate and embrace our similarities and learn from our differences.
High-quality teaching is essential for student success. Sunnybrae teachers work collaboratively to expand best practices and student learning.
Our International Holiday Sing along is an annual favorite celebrated right before winter break. This is a not-to-miss school community event filled with inspiring international holiday selections.
Literacy centers are designed for students to work with partners or in small groups to meet literacy goals. Our literacy centers are engaging and an exceptional educational experience for all students.
Dear Sunnybrae Parents,
I am very excited to join the Sunnybrae team as the new principal for the upcoming school year and collaborate with you so that our students can receive the best education through the International Baccalaureate program. I believe in educating the whole child so that every student can reach their social, emotional, and academic potential and together we can make this possible for all our students. Some of the things that excite me the most about the Sunnybrae community is its great diversity and values around supporting our students to become global citizens with critical thinking skills. In a rapid changing world, these skills are essential.
I look forward to meeting you and your children very soon so that we can make the 2018-19 school year an exciting year. Below, please find important information for the beginning of the school year.
9/4 at 6:30pm Parent Group Meeting in the LGI
9/6 at 6:00pm English Language Advisory (ELAC) Meeting At College Park Elementary -dinner and childcare will be provided
9/14 at 5:30pm Family Game Night- come have some fun and get some carne asada
9/24-10/2 Parent-Teacher Conferences (all students have minimum day dismissal)
9/24at 3:15pm School Site Council meeting in the conference room
9/28 at 8:30am Principal's Coffee in the LGI