Sierra School of San Diego wants to say congratulations to all of our 2021 graduates! You are truly heroes! Please take a look at this message from our Choir Team!
A major shift in learning occurred in 2020, when educators had to rethink the Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) of students with special needs. K-12 Dive, a publication that gives insight into impactful news and trends shaping K-12 education, featured SESI's Diane Myers, SVP of Behavior in an article highlighting the struggles - and silver linings - of digital special education. "Early in the pandemic, many schools tried to move what they were doing in-person to a remote format and had this been just a short-term solution, it would have worked," said Myers. She added, "the pandemic dragged on and educators [...]
High Road School of York senior, Jayden, walked the stage at his home district Central York School District. The Norseman family is very proud of his accomplishment. He is an inspiration to the rest of the student body at High Road School of York. Learn more about our school today.
Learn more about our school today. As the school year is winding down, we have loved using manipulatives and our flexible seating at Sandy Hill Elementary. The bugs are a must have for math time manipulatives and the new flexible seating chair is a big hit. Students love how versatile it is. You can sit on it or lay on the floor with it at D.E.A.R which is pretty cool.
Our Hapeville PEAK team created a new mural! It can best be described as the following: Not even concrete can stop a rose from growing and reaching its full potential. Therefore, we will not highlight its short comings or damaged pedals - we will, instead, celebrate its tenacity. We view each student as this rose. Our mural was inspired by Tupac when he said, "We wouldn't ask why a rose that grew from the concrete for having damaged petals, in turn, we would all celebrate its tenacity, we would all love its will to reach the sun..." [...]
At the Union City campus, we chose the Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz as our new mural. We decided on these statements due to the nature of the accountability they speak. Everything humans face in life starts within. The words, the action, the thoughts, and the emotions are all controlled by shifting focus in the moment for the greater good of humanity. We want our students and staff to be reminded that we must be the positive light we want to see in the world. Learn more about our school today.
Roswell PEAK has adorned its walls with a new inspirational mural to encourage students to contemplate change and growth. The cocoon turns into a butterfly with the infusion of words of strength coming off the tree. Learn more about our school today.