Sunflower Elementary

Sunflower Elementary

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  • Sunflower Elementary
    2521 Inverness Dr.
    Lawrence, KS 66047

    Phone: (785) 832-5870
    Fax: (785) 832-5873
     
     Mr. Diacon
    Principal: Howard Diacon
     
    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
    8:45 - 3:50
     
    Wednesday
    8:45 - 2:20
     
    Doors open at 8:20 
     

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Sunflower Elementary Announcements

  • Yearbooks 
    Yearbooks are on sale now.  If you are interested in purchasing one please send $8 in an envelope to the office with your child's name and teacher.  Checks may be made out to Sunflower Elementary.  Yearbooks will be handed out during our signing party on the last day of school.  
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  • BGC 5th Gr team

    Congratulations to the Boys and Girls Club 5th Grade basketball team making it to the Final Four in the tournamnet!

    Way to go!

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  • Kindergarten Enrollment Information

    Please visit usd497.org and select Student Registration to enroll your incoming Kindergartner.  If you have any questions please contact the Welcome Center at 330-1921. We are looking forward to seeing your Kindergartner in August!

    Welcome!

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  • 5th Grade end of the year information

    Please mark your calendars for the following important events for Sunflower 5th graders.

    5th Grade Fun Day - May 21st from 9:00 - 2:00 - The 5th grade class will have a day of fun and games at Robinson Gymnasium at KU with a pizza lunch included.  We will have bus transportation to and from Robinson.  More information about the event will be coming later.

    5th Grade Recognition - May 23rd 10:20 am - The 5th grade class will participate in a recognition ceremony in the Sunflower gym with a reception following in the multi-purpose room.   Families are invited to attend this special event.

    If you have questions please contact Nancy Lett at nlett@usd497.org

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  • A Welcome From Our Principal
     
    Welcome to Sunflower Elementary school and community. We are striving to provide students a school experience that emphasizes academic excellence and social responsibility while providing a positive learning atmosphere.

    Sunflower serves approximately 500 students in grades kindergarten through Fifth. Each grade level has 3 or 4 classrooms staffed by dedicated and talented teachers and support staff. We have an English as a Second Language (ESL) program to support our students whose home language is not English. We provide a full range of Special Education programs to support our students with special needs.  Our partnership with the Lawrence Boys & Girls Club provides a high quality before and after school program for our families.

    Sunflower’s active PTO supports our educational programs through a variety of ways. PTO provides grants to our teaching staff for curriculum, supplies, and field trip opportunities. Our PTO supports our local families in need.  They provide fun opportunities for our families to get involved in school with activities including: School Carnival, Book Fair, Holiday celebrations and programs with our local business partners.

    Through our Positive Behavior Support and CI3T program Sunflower teaches our students clear expectations for behavior across the school setting. Our staff works hard to provide students positive reinforcement for meeting these expectations through our BEST Bucks program.  Our BEST motto is:

    Be – Responsible

    E – for Effort

    S – Show Respect and

    T – Try!

    Our staff also provides a comprehensive social skills curriculum; Positive Actions that emphasizes making positive choices that build students’ self esteem.

    Thanks for visiting our Website. Please call if you have any question we can help answer.

     

    "Knowledge is like the wind... once obtaining it, you can go anywhere"

    - Yellow Horse

     

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New to Sunflower?

  • Please contact the Welcome Center at 330-1921 to enroll your child.

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