A Note from Your School Nurse – Norovirus

A Note from Your School Nurse – Norovirus

Dear Parent or Guardian and Staff, Deschutes County Health Department has become aware that an unusual number of students at  Sisters High School are absent because of vomiting and diarrhea.  The Health Department and school nurse are investigating the situation. ...
A Note from Your School Nurse – Gastroenteritis

A Note from Your School Nurse – Gastroenteritis

November 4, 2016 Dear Parents, We are currently experiencing an increase in cases of gastroenteritis among our students at Sisters High School.  This information is going to students and/or parents of all Sisters School District families due to the many families with...
Middle School Access Changes Beginning October 10

Middle School Access Changes Beginning October 10

As part of the District safety improvements, the Sisters School District will close the access to the Sisters Middle School from McKinney Butte Road.  All traffic will be directed to monitored entrances. The work to remove the access will begin on October 10th and...
Farm to Table Means Healthy Eating

Farm to Table Means Healthy Eating

Originally Published by: The Nugget News by: Erin Borla   October is National Farm to School month, and the Sisters School District is celebrating it to the fullest. Throughout the next month students will get an opportunity to taste-test different foods, create...

SFF Partners with SSD in Strings Program

Originally published in The Nugget News, September 27, 2016   Sisters Folk Festival (SFF), in partnership with the Sisters School District is offering an after-school strings program as part of the Studio to School (S2S) initiative. The goal is to introduce 4th-...

Safety with Strangers

September 21, 2016 Download a PDF of Superintendent Scholl’s Letter here. Dear Parents: The Sisters School District has received a report from the Redmond Police Department of a suspicious incident where an adult in a car approached a student at the Redmond bus...