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The Vandalism Problem at Sierra

Elie Yates, Staff

March 1, 2020

Walking around our school, you may notice drawings on the walls, writing in the bathroom stalls, and other pieces of our school property that has been destroyed. These are all acts of vandalism, big or small they effect all of...

Why Sierra should have an I-lab

Jade Swiryn, Staff

February 27, 2020

Many schools have an I-lab elective on top of all their other ones. I-lab, or innovation lab, teaches creativity and, unsurprisingly, innovation. In I-lab the teacher might give you a problem and it’s your job to come up wi...

Psychological help in schools doesn’t work

Jade Swiryn, Staff

February 18, 2020

The pediatric center for disease control reports suicide in children has doubled in the years after 2013. Some of that is due to problems outside of school, but the lack of good support from schools definitely plays an important r...

Healthy Activities Night

Healthy Activities Night

January 29, 2020

Sierra Middle School Bullying Issue

Madison Nesti, Staff

January 22, 2020

Sierra Middle School watches videos during advisory for students to learn about bullying and how to help prevent it. But what is the point of showing those videos and giving us lessons about it if bullying continues to get wo...

Thescon 2019

Georgia Moran, Editor

December 17, 2019

Some of Sierra’s thespian troupe went on their annual trip to Thescon at the Denver Convention Center last Thursday, December 12. The troupe took the lightrail to Denver early in the morning. There were twelve members at...

Torreys Peak End-of-Semester Social Studies Project

Madison Nesti, Staff

December 6, 2019

As of Monday December 2, Torreys Peak social studies class has started an end of semester project that sums up what we have learned about colonists coming to the Americas and the American Revolution. For this project, Torreys Peak students have...

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