Sylvan Union school district

Sylvan Union School District

The mission of the Sylvan Union School District is to provide a dynamic, broad-based education that prepares each child to be a contributing member of society.

Explore the SUSD website for latest district news, instructional norms, parent information/resources, schools, departments, child care, transportation, District Staff, Board Policies/Staff, etc.


Good nutrition and learning go hand in hand.

The Sylvan Union School District's Nutrition Services department is made up of a team of food and nutrition professionals that are dedicated to students' health, well being and their ability to learn. We support learning by promoting healthy habits for lifelong nutrition and fitness practices.

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Questions? Contact Food Services at 574-5607


Child care opportunities are offered to all Sylvan District students, Kindergarten through Grade 8.

The experienced staff provides a nurturing, child-centered environment in a setting.

The Kindergarten Program focuses on enrichment with emphasis on language development, creative arts, large and small motor skills, reading, math, and science. The children are involved daily with organized outdoor activities, learning centers, social interactive sessions, hands-on science, and art.

The Afternoon Program offers a time for homework, creative art expression, language development, recreational games, science, and games that focus on social skills.

The children are actively involved in a variety of fun and educational projects.

The Summer Break Program offers a variety of activities throughout the day.

The children are involved daily with organized inside and outside games, art expression, and educational projects.

If you would like further information or wish to sign up your student for the Sylvan Child Care Program,

please call Sarah Calderon (Supervisor of Child Care) at 574-5306 or E-Mail at


Please contact the Transportation Department at (209) 574-5685 x231

regarding transportation/busing questions such as:

--Does my student qualify to take the bus?

--What is my student's pick-up/drop-off location/bus stop?

--What time should I have my student at the pick-up location/bus stop in the morning?

--What time should I be at my student's drop-off location/bus stop to pick-up my student?

--What are the transportation/busing student behavior guidelines?