Our October Student of the Month is Leslie. Leslie has gone above and beyond in accepting the responsibilities that go along with supporting her school community. Leslie has been volunteering in one of our elementary classrooms, managing the Student Store, as well as managing our campus Coffee Cart. Leslie’s dedication to supporting others is truly commendable. Thanks, Leslie! Learn more about our school today.
Our October Student of the Month is DeAndre. DeAndre has done an amazing job of demonstrating restraint and using his coping strategies. DeAndre has consistently asked for a break when he is starting to feel frustrated, speak to a staff member, or used a fidget to regulate himself. Way to go, DeAndre! Learn more about our school today.
Members of the community, area businesses and parents and family participated in passing out candy to High Road students. Everyone had a great time getting into the spirit of Halloween!
The lure of a sunny landscape, birdsong, and crafts with friends can be a welcome reprieve from a classroom. At Sierra School of San Diego in San Carlos, students in first grade up to age 22 can learn about bees, how to grow food, and later develop recipes from a growing area they share with San Carlos Community Garden. They can also practice social skills, teamwork, and communication—skills that often don’t come naturally. These youth are learning with autism spectrum disorders, emotional or intellectual disabilities, and other health issues, which can be challenging. However, outside, among the flowers and trees, as they focus [...]
Every year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15. At High Road Academy of PG they celebrated by learning about different Hispanic countries, culture, and history. Each class was assigned a country and they had to explain those various topics through pictures, writing and graphs. The students even indulged in different Hispanic cuisine. Learn more about our school today.
On September 28th, Sierra School of Peoria hosted stakeholders from all over Arizona participate to in an afternoon of Professional Development led by SESI Sr. Vice President of Behavior, Dr. Diane Myers. Dr. Diane Myers led a capacity building training on how professionals can reframe addressing students with challenging behaviors. Over 50 in person and virtual attendees helped to make this event such a success and Sierra Schools of Arizona is grateful for the opportunity to serve our District Partners! Learn more about our school today. [...]
Every year, Capital Academy hosts a Thanksgiving feast in which staff cook homemade meals for students and everyone dines together, family style! This year we're hosting it on November 17! Learn more about our school today.
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Students in Mrs. Strouse elementary class enjoy a fun Friday at Corn Cob Acres. Students were rewards for their academic and behavioral achievements! Learn more about our school today.
Students at Sierra Schools of California celebrated National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15) with a classroom decoration contest. The friendly competition took place at the school level, with winning classrooms competing region-wide for the top honor. Teachers used the contest to help students learn about and honor the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. Students in each participating classroom decorated a large bulletin board or wall space paying homage to the Hispanic Heritage Month theme. Each decorated area had to include relevant and interesting [...]