Sierra High School seniors took at field trip to Ventura College. They received a tour of the campus, had the opportunity to meet with an academic counselor, and received some goodies. Our warriors are one step closer to graduation. Way to go Warriors!
Congratulations Alina Barrera, Alina was selected Sierra High Schools Warrior of the Month. Alina is a junior and she is the ASB Vice President. After graduation, Alina would like to attend a community college and transfer to a four-year university. She plans to major in Performing Arts. Alina has one younger brother. For fun, Alina likes to hang out with her friends and socialize. When asked what she likes best about Sierra High School, Alina stated, “I like the one-on-one attention and help that you get here. Teachers are always available at Sierra High School”. When asked what advice she had for other students, Alina stated, “Not to worry, it will get better as long as you try your best”. Alina is a true Warrior!
Yudith Serafin is a very talented artist!
Congratulations to David Dunham. David is this week's Free throw contest winner after a long battle with Estevan Garcia Gomez and Chris Rosales.
Students observed different types of interactions of organisms living within the ecosystem of our habitat during Biology.
Sierra High School’s World History and Law Classes took their learning to the Getty Museum to analyze Renaissance and Absolute Monarchy paintings and artifacts. They focused on the exhibit Renaissance Drawings Revealed which included drawings by Michelangelo and Titian. A special treat was being able to analyze Jacopo da Pontormo’s most renowned work, the Visitation amongst other Renaissance pieces of the Florentine era of the 1520’s. A class favorite was Louis the XIV portrait as well as a standing musical clock from the Palace of Versailles.
Mr. Chavez had the least amount of tardies these last two weeks. Way to go Warriors!
Mr. Lomeli's class won the lunch time challenge. Way to go Mr. Lomeli's 1st period!
SHS staff is very competitive when it comes to noon time activities. Good luck teachers!
Jade Guzman is Sierra High Schools Warrior of the Month. Jade moved to Fillmore in October, she is a junior at Sierra High School and she is the ASB Secretary. After graduation, Jade would like to attend a community college and transfer to a four-year university. She would like to major in either chemistry, astronomy, human behavior, or animation for video game designing. Her hobbies include animation and science experiments. Jade has five siblings, one older sister, two younger brothers, and two younger sisters. When asked what she likes about Sierra High School, Jade stated, “I like the welcoming feeling and the positive vibes”. Congratulations Jade for being selected Sierra High Schools January Warrior of the Month.
Students are comparing structures of vertebrate skulls to determine animal's role in the ecosystem based upon sense of hearing, location of eyes, and types of dentition to predict the size of animal based up length of the skull.
Students at Sierra High School are learning how to create landscapes in art class from their instructional assistant, Luis Rodriguez.
Sierra High School student Yudith Serafin working on her art project.
After a long and close game, congratulations to Fabian Zuniga and Estevan Garcia Gomez.
B Bracket Winners were Alexus and Destiny.
Congrats to Saul Luna, Free throw tournament champ.
Mrs. Morten's World History class is studying the Renaissance. Students are creating Leonardo Da Vinci replicas.
Timothy Murphy was the winner of Mr. Lomeli's 3-Point Tournament. Congrats Timothy!
Congratulations Tommy Melton. Tommy was elected Student Representative for School Site Counsel. He attended his first Site Council Meeting and had a lot of great suggestions to bring to the team.
Sierra High students are studying the structure of the onion epidermal cell with a particular emphasis on the nucleus and nucleoli.
Yudith Serafin is a very talented student. In her art class, she is working on new skills to help develop her as an artist.
Gonzalo Miranda is learning how to shade in art class. SHS students are lucky to have the support of Mr. Karayan and Mr. Rodriguez.
Sierra High School Quarter 3 ASB members with ASB teacher Mr. Karayan. This quarter ASB has started strong. They have some great ideas for SHS this coming quarter. Congratulations students on being elected into ASB.
Alina Barrera - Vice President.
Hailey Pacheco - Sergeant of Arms.
Destiny Moreno - Spirit and Pride Commissioner.
Jade Guzman - Secretary.
Jackqueline Regalado - ASB President.
Yudith Serafin - ASB Treasurer.
Saul Luna - Student Store Commissioner.
Mr. Karayan - ASB Director.
Quarter 3 ASB students and their Director Mr. Karayan.
Andrew Cawelti from Ventura College came out to speak to Sierra High School students on Career Day.
Gym owner Jose Ramos spoke to SHS students on Career Day. He talked to our students about the importance of living a healthy life, believing in yourself, and never giving up on your dreams. Sierra High School students enjoyed his positive energy. Thank you Jose.
Captain Al Huerta joined SHS on Career Day. Al brought a few of his partners to talk to SHS students. Thank you Fillmore Fire Department.
Deputy Public Defender Denise McPeak spoke to SHS students on Career Day. Students were very interested in her presentation.
Rosa Padilla, a graduate of Fillmore High School, joined Sierra High School on Career Day. Rosa is a probation officer and she enjoys giving back to her community. Thank you Rosa for joining us.