Sisters High School Moves to Semester Schedule

Sisters High School Moves to Semester Schedule

Originally published: The Nugget News; June 7, 2016 Sisters schools will move to a semester schedule in the 2016-17 school year. Superintendent Curt Scholl announced the change from trimesters to semesters in a letter to parents and community members on Friday....

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...
School District Passes $10.7 Million Dollar Bond

School District Passes $10.7 Million Dollar Bond

Jim Cornelius; News Editor The Nugget News Published 5/24/16; Click here to visit The Nugget’s Website Voters in Sisters Country said “yes” to the Sisters School District’s $10.7 million bond request in the May 17 election. By dint of several...
Sisters School District Wins PACE Award

Sisters School District Wins PACE Award

On April 21, 2016, Property and Casualty Coverage for Education (PACE) awarded one of two Special Service Awards to Leland Bliss, former Director of Operations for the Sisters School District. This is a new award that has been created by PACE in 2015. In September of...
District Promises Oversight on Bond Projects

District Promises Oversight on Bond Projects

by: Jim Cornelius, News Editor, The Nugget News Published 4/20/16; visit the Nugget News website here   When the Sisters School District sought public input before seeking a $10.7 million bond issue, one of the major points of concern was oversight of bond-funded...
Governor Brown Visits Sisters High School

Governor Brown Visits Sisters High School

Oregon Governor Kate Brown paid a recent visit to Sisters High School to learn about the school’s unique, hands-on approach to learning and its vital relationships with community partners. The school has several very successful programs that are made possible...