Sisters Students Turn Themselves Into Detectives

Sisters Students Turn Themselves Into Detectives

Originally published in The Nugget News, October 19, 2016 by: Erin Borla   Julie Holden, fourth-grade teacher at Sisters Elementary School (SES) has been working with her class for the last several weeks to create the Outlaw Detective Agency. The first book the...
Volleyball Nabs League Title

Volleyball Nabs League Title

Originally published in The Nugget News, October 19, 2016 by: Rongi Yost   The Outlaws defeated Sweet Home and Elmira to secure the league title. Sisters beat the Huskies 25-23, 25-12, and 25-18 at home on Tuesday, October 11, and two days later tallied scores of...
Sisters Earns Win in Homecoming Game

Sisters Earns Win in Homecoming Game

Originally Published in The Nugget News, October 19, 2016 by: Rongi Yost   Sisters shook off a sluggish and uninspired first half on a wet field to break open the game and post a 42-19 homecoming win over the visiting Junction City (JC) Tigers on Friday, October...
Bond Oversight Committee Members Announced

Bond Oversight Committee Members Announced

Originally published in The Nugget News, October 11, 2016 by: Steve Kadel   Six local residents have been named to Sisters School District’s Bond Facilities Oversight Committee. They were announced during the Wednesday, September 5, school board meeting....
Turning Energy into S’mores

Turning Energy into S’mores

Originally published in The Nugget News, October 11, 2016 by: Erin Borla   Fourth-graders at Sisters Elementary School in Mrs. Parsons’ and Mr. Warburton’s classes ended their four-week study of energy with a tasty project. Students in each class...
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...