2 days ago Click to take a look to see how Sandburg's morning starts each day...
6 days ago Sandburg’s staff has always worked tirelessly to build relationships with families and support them in whatever ways are necessary to make sure Sandburg students are successful. Now there is another person in Sandburg families’ corner: This year, we have been fortunate to add Mrs. Toba Castro to Sandburg’s staff. Mrs. Castro is Sandburg’s Family Liaison. READ MORE
6 days ago From 3:20 - 3:40, our first priority is the dismissal process and making sure that all 271 students get on the correct bus; to scope; home in the right car; or walking home in the right direction. During this window of time, we do not answer the telephone so our focus can remain on what’s important -- getting all of the children home safely.
6 days ago The importance of a strong working relationship between a child and the teacher is easy enough to understand. Keep in mind, however, that this is only half the equation. Just as important to your child’s school success is the relationship that you, as a parent, cultivate with the teacher. READ MORE
Sep 3, 2021 When you get a Sandburg iPad, it's a big priviledge that comes with big responsibility. Check out our new video for some helpful tips about what to do and what not to do with your Sandburg iPad. Click here.
Sep 2, 2021 Having an iPad as a learning tool is a big priviledge that comes with big responsibility. Please make sure you review these expectations with your Sandburg student. Click here.
Aug 29, 2021 Be listening for these words to come home frequently with your child. The “three respects” are an important part of Sandburg School. These three respects help to provide a positive and consistent learning environment for all students, thus promoting increased student achievement. Please discuss the importance of these three respects with your child. READ MORE
Aug 29, 2021 It’s important that every child gets the most out of each day of learning at school. One way we strive toward this goal is by providing continuous learning from 9:00 - 3:30 each and every day. You can help! ~ Please make sure your child is on time to school. Learning begins at 9:00. If your child is late for school, not only has he missed learning, but his late arrival will interrupt learning for an entire class of students. READ MORE
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