Transition Coordinator Ms. Spice runs an incredible facility where students can learn valuable pre employment skills and create awesome merchandise using screen printing, laser engraving, heat press and other equipment. Learn more about our school today.
Elementary students at the Sierra School of Sonoma County recently took center stage in a play examining choices and behavior. The production, “Future Star: The Perils of Bad Choices and the Rewards of Positive Choices”, was student-driven. Originally the idea of a student with a passion for writing who personally saw the impact of making better choices, “Future Star” highlights young people making bad decisions, the consequences of those choices, and learning to make positive ones. Over the last month the elementary class, affectionally known as “Wild Things”, produced and worked hard to prepare for their debut performance. Faculty and students [...]
Sierra School of Sonoma has a farm day field trip every second Wednesday! The farm provides students with the opportunity to learn and care for living animals. It also is very therapeutic for students!
Chucky and Freddy made an appearance at our school on Halloween along-side one of our teacher aids!
Come join the Sierra Sonoma Community in watching and celebrating a self-produced play put on by our elementary students.
Students taking a brain break and trying out the new Smart Boards!
Two pictures of the Elementary Classroom Students earning a reward for exemplary work and behavior and practicing life skills by ordering on their own.
Below are Sierra School of Sonoma students that achieved "Bulldog" or mascot status because of their hard work and achievement in CASE. Congrats to these students for all of their hard work!
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 [...]
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