Red Ribbon Week is Coming!  Next week's activities are:

“I have better things to do than drugs!”

Monday-       Red ribbon bracelets will be handed out first thing in the morning.    (Tardy students will not get a bracelet)

                -Students must wear the bracelet on Friday in order to be able to wear jeans. Students will be encouraged to wear the bracelet all week long.

Door decorating contest begins (1st period class).  The theme is “I have better things to do than drugs.”

There will be a slushy party for the class with the best door at each grade level. 

Judging will be on Friday, Oct. 31 at 10:30 a.m.   Winners will be announced by 11:00 a.m.  

Tuesday- Pledge to be drug free signing will take place during all lunches.

Wednesday- I have better things to do than drugs, like dancing! Music will be played during all lunches at the basketball court.

Thursday- Team up against drugs!  Students and teachers wear your favorite sports team shirt or Jersey.

Friday- I’m a JEANious! No drugs for me!  Wear jeans day.

You must wear the red rubber bracelet that was passed out on Monday.




Take the 20/20 Challenge-

Each month, choose 20 days and read for 20 minutes 

each day.  

   Have your parent sign your reading log for school-wide recognition and incentives.    Extra logs are available in the LRC.

Our Book Fair is coming to the LRC October 21-27.

Click here for some thoughts about readingideas for families, and how others make the 20/20 challenge work for them.  Make a video clip about your 20/20 reading ideas that we can use in our Sierra 20/20 video.



We are committed to academic excellence for all students.


Sierra Middle School will ensure all members of the educational community reach a high level of academic achievement as determined by the Common Core Standards.  We will commit to a comprehensive system of support to assure this outcome based on rigor, relevance and relationships to ensure student success.