We're wishing you a fun holiday break.  Here are some things to do:

   Code On!  Click here for coding activities from Hour of Code and other sites.

   Read!  Take the Read 20/20 Challenge and Read for 20 minutes a day over the break.  Click here for your Reading Log.

     *click here for some book recommendations from Sierra Literacy Council.

     *click here to log into the Big Universe reading and writing community.  Your password is your birthdate in the form  YYYYMMDD  and the group user name is Sunnyside

   Create!  Create an original drawing, painting , photograph, or digital image and upload it to use as wallpaper for our Chromebooks. Click here or use the Artwork Submission box below.

   Get out of the House!  Click here for some activities going on in our community.  You can join us in our Walk Across the USA here.

   Practice!  Your musical instrument, your story writing or poetry, your reading or math skills.  Click here for iReady Math or Reading.

 Play! Click here for some computer game recommendations.

*****And click here to watch the video with reminders about Holiday laptop care,  and this one about ways to clean your laptop

We will also have a laptop cleaning clinic when we return in January.******


Have a fun and safe holiday.  See you in 2015!   



We are committed to academic excellence for all students

by cultivating a community that is respectful, responsible, and reliable.



Sierra 2-8 School will ensure all students reach high academic achievement

in accordance with the College and Career Readiness Standards.  

We are committed to a comprehensive system of support

based on rigor, relevance and relationships.

Submit your original artwork to be considered for our laptop wallpaper and other school communications.                            Ceramic art by Nicole S

Look at some of our student artwork on our Sierra 2-8 webpage at bit.ly/sierraschool  Click on the Art tab.     

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