Meet our Administrative Assistant, Mrs. Jean Rogers! Mrs. Rogers has been working at Sierra School since March of 2017. She started out as an Assistant Teacher before moving into her current role in August of the same year. The list of tasks and projects that Mrs. Rogers is responsible for is too large to be listed in this space, but the effect her presence has on the program can be summarized as follows: any extracurricular event, community-based instruction, display of staff appreciation or reward for students is the result of her diligent planning generosity. Thank you, Mrs. [...]
As part of our comprehensive Transition Program services, the Junior High and High School students are learning to use heat transfer vinyl to develop graphic images . Currently, students are using a die cutter to design and cut images that are then pressed on to T-Shirts. As these shirts are made, they will become available for Sierra School students, staff, family, friends and community partners. Please contact us if you are interested in obtaining one!
Welcome Sierra School students, families, district partners and related personnel to the 2019-2020 school year! Our staff members are excited to continue facilitating and supporting the progress of our dynamic student population. This year we are proudly featuring updates to our academic curriculum and improvements to our behavioral support strategies. We encourage you to call, email or pay us a visit to get more information about how we can meet your needs!
Meet the Team High School Staff We have chosen to work in the special education field because we want to make a difference in the students’ lives and be a positive influence for their futures. As a team, we agree that it is important for society to know that our kids are fantastic individuals with aspirations to contribute to their communities. We work together on a daily basis to keep our students focused on their academics despite many challenges both in and out of the classroom. The team also provides help to [...]
Our High School and Middle School students experienced their first field trip of the year by going to Driven Raceway! Below are photos from both trips. The students cannot wait to go back and race again. Middle School Field Trip Room 4 students earned a field trip to Driven Raceway. The students had to reach green and blue levels to participate in the field trip. Driven Raceway is an indoor kart racing entertainment facility. Students were able to experience firsthand European-style racing with high speed electric karts. Our students displayed positive attitudes and displayed pro-social behaviors [...]
Classroom 1 students took a field trip to Forget Me Not Farm! Students who meet academic and behavioral expectations at school are able to go to the farm on a weekly basis. This local establishment gives children the opportunity to care for and interact with various animals including dogs, chickens, goats, horses, cows and more. Caring for the animals helps the students learn empathy and kindness for others and gives them a chance to display responsibility in their community. Please enjoy the pictures of our students in action!