A Quick Reminder from Nutrition Services

Hello from Nutrition Services! A quick reminder about the Free & Reduced lunch program. If your children were a part of the FRRD program last year and you have NOT filled out a current application for this year 2016/2017,or received an eligibility letter from...
Middle Schoolers Can “Take A Hike”

Middle Schoolers Can “Take A Hike”

Originally published in The Nugget News, September 13, 2016 by: Erin Borla Sisters Middle School English teacher Becky Aylor challenged middle school students this year to “Take a Hike.” After school two days a week, students are invited to hike with her...
Creating a butterfly waystation

Creating a butterfly waystation

Originally Published The Nugget News June 21, 2016 Author Erin Borla Sisters Middle School students in Susie Werts’ fifth-grade reading class created a Monarch Butterfly Waystation at school as a part of their “connection infection” reading...
Volunteers make school libraries vibrant

Volunteers make school libraries vibrant

Originally Published The Nugget News June 14, 2016 Author Erin Borla They say that volunteers make the world go round – and that is certainly true of the libraries at bothSisters Middle School and Sisters ElementarySchool. Three years ago, when the part-time...

Exceptional programs enrich students’ experiences

Originally Published The Nugget News June 7, 2016 Author Jim Cornelius Despite tight budgets, Sisters students have some extraordinary opportunities in Sisters schools – thanks to community partnerships and dedicated volunteers. The Sisters School Board heard...

RTI Grant Helps Improve Instruction

Sisters Middle School was one of four middle schools in the state to receive a Response to Instruction and Intervention grant two years ago aimed at improving instruction for all students and providing special assistance to those falling behind. “RTI has helped...