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Game On!

We have opened a game room & students are loving it! Students can earn access to the game room bi-weekly. They earn this by demonstrating Considerate, Accountable, Safe & Engaged Points! Learn more about our school today.

Game On!2021-12-07T15:35:40-05:00

Supporting Classroom Behavior Part 2 (Application)

Social behaviors, like academics, require intentional teaching and feedback for students to build fluency and achieve mastery. It is important to have a comprehensive, proactive system to support students’ behavior in the classroom. Without clear expectations, people feel confused, anxious, or unsure how to proceed, all of which can lead to challenging behaviors. When educators – whether in special education, alternative education, or general education – are clear and consistent with behavioral expectations, it increases the chances that students will meet them. SESI hosted a webinar on Supporting Classroom Behavior – Part 2 (Application). The second in a three-part series, [...]

Supporting Classroom Behavior Part 2 (Application)2021-12-07T10:14:47-05:00

Supporting Classroom Behavior: Application (WEBINAR)

Social behaviors, like academics, require intentional teaching and feedback for students to build fluency and achieve mastery. It is important to have a comprehensive, proactive system to support students’ behavior in the classroom. Without clear expectations, people feel confused, anxious, or unsure how to proceed, all of which can lead to challenging behaviors. When educators – whether in special education, alternative education, or general education – are clear and consistent with behavioral expectations, it increases the chances that students will meet them. SESI hosted a webinar on Supporting Classroom Behavior – Part 2 (Application). The second in a three-part [...]

Supporting Classroom Behavior: Application (WEBINAR)2021-12-08T16:33:42-05:00

Gratitude and Behavior

As we get to the last few pages of the calendar and holiday ads fill our inboxes, we are reminded to give thanks for what we have. While the word “thanksgiving” conjures thoughts of a shortened school week, turkey, and family gatherings, the actual behaviors associated with “giving thanks” get less attention.  Many learners will develop the ability to demonstrate gratitude through imitation or informal instruction, but some learners (including those who have disabilities that impact social behavior) may need additional help to develop these skills.  As educators, we can use intentional and specific instruction to help our learners [...]

Gratitude and Behavior2021-12-28T09:41:48-05:00

Feeding Families for the Holidays with Local Businesses

Thanks to the generosity of our friends at Cives Steel Company, more than 2 dozen families will have family meals this holiday season. Cives donated pantry staples, holiday meal items, and even turkeys to our families in need. We cannot thank them enough for keeping our families in mind this season! Learn more about our school today.

Feeding Families for the Holidays with Local Businesses2021-12-28T12:46:59-05:00

All About Me and My Vision

Students are working in transition with Ms. Ellia. She has worked with them to create vision boards. Students have identified their interests, goals, and dreams! Now she will help them determine how to reach those goals! Learn more about our school today.

All About Me and My Vision2021-12-29T12:00:37-05:00

Isabella Is Our Student of the Month

Isabella has been working very hard over the past month. She has drastically decreased her negative behaviors and has been working hard on her lessons. We are very proud of her commitment and look forward to increased success over the upcoming school year. Learn more about our school today.

Isabella Is Our Student of the Month2021-12-07T15:27:58-05:00

Carissa Is Very Motivated

Carissa has been a joy to have at Sierra School! She is helpful in her class as well as a great junior staff in the younger classrooms. Other students love when she comes to help out. She is always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone. Carissa loves school and is very motivated. Learn more about our school today.

Carissa Is Very Motivated2021-12-07T15:48:53-05:00