Here at KAP we take pride in all that our students do, but this month we want to give an extra big shout out to our seniors. They come to school everyday and work hard to be role models for the younger students in our program to take the right path towards graduation. This month, we have had three seniors complete their senior paper. This paper was an argumentative essay and our students showed up! They chose very controversial topics such as violence in video games, gun control, and police brutality. We are proud of our seniors and look forward to [...]
Springall would like to congratulate the following students for being the “Students of the Month” for RESPECT. We take pride in our Character Counts program and are proud of all of our students learning the values of these character traits each month. Congratulations to Gael, Juan, Nathan and Tyler! Learn more about our school today.
Every Friday, students on blue or green level have an opportunity to come to the student store. Throughout the week, students can earn Sierra Dollars through a variety of means such as campus jobs, being on level, and helping out in the classroom. Students can then use this money to buy items in the student store or even request a specific item to be ordered. Students look forward to this every week and work hard to stay on level so they can go spend their hard-earned Sierra Dollars. Learn more about our school today.
The Winter Festival is a fun event held right before the school winter break where each class puts together their own special performance. Families and friends are invited to come to watch the show and have hot cocoa and desserts afterward. This gives families a chance to see first hand the hard work students have put in and allows them to also get to know their student's staff and what they are working on. Learn more about our school today.
Our high school like skills class has been working hard on mastering different skills. They have worked on many skills and done many activities this year, but their favorite so far has been cooking and baking! They have enjoyed helping with prep for our weekly staff breakfast, baking cookies, and making Thanksgiving treats! The students have learned basic kitchen safety, proper hand washing, and kitchen hygiene. The students will continue to work on these skills into the holidays with our December baking projects! Learn more about our school today.
High school 2 did Operation Christmas child as a project in November. We made four shoeboxes, 2 for girls and 2 for boys. We filled the shoeboxes and dropped them off at Scottsdale Bible Church. These shoeboxes went to the Philippines and were given to children so they will have a Merry Christmas. Written by: Holanie High School student Learn more about our school today.
Sierra School hosted its annual cookie decorating event and students and staff made some impressive decor. Students got to choose two cookies to be as creative as they wanted and they did not disappoint! This event is open to blue and green students who have worked hard to be on level and be able to participate in these types of school-wide events. Students were very proud of their cookie art work. Learn more about our school today.
After learning about different trades and where to go to school for them, a few of Room 16's students were taken to a welding class to learn all about that particular trade. They were taught about the different machines and were even able to make a few things for themselves! Learn more about our school today.
On Friday, December 6th our Blue level students visited Silveyville Tree Farm. They were able to go on a sleigh ride, take pictures with Santa, and explore the whole farm. The students and staff had a wonderful time! Learn more about our school today.
Sierra had their winter performance of the Lion King. Students worked hard to prepare by memorizing their lines, learning to enter and exit the stage, as well as create props. Our choir also practiced diligently to prepare the songs performed throughout the performance. Thank you to all the students and staff for all the hard work you put it and a big thank you to the families that came out! Learn more about our school today.