Sierra High School Students of the Week are Eleana Diaz, Carlos Hernandez, and Sandra Murillo. Way to go Warriors!
Victor and Adriana are Free Throw Champions!
Students at Sierra High are encouraged to ask their teachers about their college experience on Thursday's. Mrs. Morten offers treats to her students when they ask her questions.
After a long battle of double Elimination, Team Primos (Victor Jimenez and Adrian Almanza) defeated the Dream team (Jonathon Jones and Tim Murphy) for title of Karayans's 1st period Corn Hole Champions!
Heritage Valley Independent Study teacher Ms. W connects with her students through Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports. Heritage Valley Independent Study. We are the Champions!
“On Tuesday, August 20, 2019 the Fillmore USD Board of Trustees adopted Resolution 19-20-03 in support of “Full and Fair Funding of California’s Public Schools”. Visit http://www.fullandfairfunding.org to learn more about how you can support this statewide effort to increase funding for California schools.”
Engineering in Mr. Karayan's Integrated Science Class hard at work and proving that learning can be fun!
Sierra High School Warriors had a great start to the first week. Staff and students developed the Warrior Way Posters.
Sierra High School is ready to start the year! We can’t wait to welcome our new students. The staff will continue to implement Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Strategies.
(Above) Sierra High School/Heritage Valley Independent Study Graduates. Thirty-eight students graduated Wednesday, June 5th, from SHS/HVIS. Way to go Warriors!
Congratulations Ramces Salazar, Ramces was selected Sierra High Schools Warrior of the Month. Ramces is 16 and a junior at Sierra High School. On his spare time, he enjoys walking his dog Glider. Glider is a German Shepard-Husky mix. Ramces has two sisters; he is the youngest child. After graduation, he plans to go straight to work. Ramces is interested in a career in Construction or Mechanics. When asked what he likes about Sierra High School, Ramces stated, “I like the way teachers help the students”. Next year Ramces will return to Sierra High School and hopes to transfer back to Fillmore High School second semester. Congratulations Ramces Salazar for being selected May Warrior of the Month!
Sierra High School Seniors enjoying their senior meal at Lazy Dog Cafe
Sierra High School Warriors watching the sunset as a group one last time.
Dr. Palazuelos with three of the four scholarship recipients. Great Job Warriors!
Thank you Fillmore Rotary! Fillmore Rotary donated $500.00 to Sierra High School/Heritage Valley Independent Study to help with graduation expenses.
Desirae Topete was awarded a $250.00 scholarship from Rotary.
Alexus Alvaranga was awarded a Rotary scholarship.
Jackqueline Regalado-Aguayo receiving her Rotary Scholarship from Dr. Palazuelos. Way to go Jackie!
Sierra High School Warrior and Heritage Valley students are ready to fly. Way to go seniors. You will be missed.
Sierra High School has some very talented students. In our advanced art class, students are working on the painting of their choice.
Interactive Family Engagement Event, This Thursday May 23rd from 6:30 to 8pm in the Fillmore Unified School District's Auditorium located at 627 Sespe Avenue. Learn to spot and nurture seeds of creative strengths in your children with guest speaker Kathryn Haydon.
Students having fun learning history about Cinco de Mayo!
Students participating in the “Minute To Win It” game.