Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month

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 [...]

Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month2022-10-31T09:22:59-04:00

Brandon’s Positive Relationships

Brandon is a strong advocate for the children that he serves and maintains positive relationships with both students and his co-workers. He is a fantastic role model for our students. He goes above and beyond, doesn't hesitate to do things when asked, and he is a really good team player. Brandon is very proactive in working with the students. The students feel safe with Brandon. He is a therapeutic and healing presence for our students. Learn more about our school today.

Brandon’s Positive Relationships2022-01-18T00:28:38-05:00

Congratulations Breyon

Breyon is a well-recognized and liked member of our school! He has worked hard for his Gold Level and Transition. He recently earned Gold Level in the program and began the transition to a mainstream high school. He also obtained his work permit and began working with the local Animal Shelter. Learn more about our school today.

Congratulations Breyon2022-01-18T00:28:39-05:00

We Are Incredibly Proud of Francisco

Francisco has consistently held a high level in the program and will be beginning his transition to mainstream middle school this month. We are incredibly proud of the work he has done and know that he is too. Francisco is always so respectful to staff and responsible for his schoolwork. He is the first to offer help and always has a smile on his face. We love having Francisco in class and wish him the best in his transition. Francisco is very proud of achieving the highest level and his transition back to the public school Learn more [...]

We Are Incredibly Proud of Francisco2022-01-18T00:34:17-05:00

Baby Food Challenge

Our students love all the challenges out there and sometimes we like to join in as a school and have a little fun at the end of a long week. This month Sierra Fremont held a blind taste test to see who could correctly guess the flavor of all 5 baby food flavors. For those students who were able to stomach this challenge, only one student was able to correctly guess all the flavors. Learn more about our school today.

Baby Food Challenge2020-03-20T15:31:30-04:00

Skittles Rainbow Art

Sometimes it’s nice to slow things down and enjoy an art activity. This month Sierra Diablo Vista did just that. Lining Skittles around a plate and using water, they watched as the colors slowly swirled towards the middle of the plate creating beautiful patterns against the white plate. Students enjoyed the activity both during and after as they disposed of the project in the sweetest way possible. Learn more about our school today.

Skittles Rainbow Art2020-03-20T15:13:41-04:00