Sierra Summit

Phantom Quadcopter

Gavin Young & Josh Welo

May 20, 2014

Filed under News, Uncategorized

Filming at 300 feet or lower in the air the Phantom Quadcopter captures clear, crisp, and clean footage. Then the copter safely lands on the ground after taking footage. This is the first year the phantom quadcopter that Sierr...

Sierra Outreach

Julie Elliott

May 15, 2014

Filed under News

May fifth through May ninth is Fundraising Week at Sierra. Classes will be sponsoring charities and raising money.  Monday is Mustache Monday. Students can pay one dollar to wear a mustache. The money will go towards Project ...

Snowstorm In May Causes Power Outages

Ryan Winkel

May 13, 2014

Filed under News

The flowers start blooming, rain starts sprinkling, but suddenly the snow is back. On May 11th-12th the town got an interesting surprise. A snow storm blew through to cause power outages in the school.  Due to the storm many classes got interrupted by f...



May 12, 2014

SMS March Madness

Jesse Lopez

April 2, 2014

Filed under News

Sierra Middle School is hosting their own March Madness, a contest to see what books are popular among the students. You can vote on the LMC's home page. March Madness started out with 16 books in week one. The books that star...

The Team Gryphon Citizenship Project

Tess Kelly

April 1, 2014

Filed under News

A presentable team unit project focusing on citizenship has given Sierra students on team Gryphon a chance to express what citizenship means to them. Students are to work in groups no more than four within their language arts pe...

Schedule Change

Anthony Cappa

April 1, 2014

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Team Gryphon got a new schedule on March 3. The change in the schedule made classes 5 minutes longer, advisement after 5th period, and no more E.L.T. The schedule change happened due to the Citizen Project so the teachers won...


Ryan McKown

March 18, 2014

Filed under News

Sierra Middle School had  TCAP testing on March fourth until March sixth. Everyone in Sierra Middle School will be taking this test. They will be taken in homeroom classes. The test is 3 hours a day. The reason we have TCA...

No Lockout with a Car Chase

Josh Welo

March 14, 2014

Filed under News

Over hundred miles an hour weaving in and out of traffic trying not to crash and then suddenly it happens boom the driver its another car, gets out of his car goes over to the other car and pulls the driver out then repeats that...

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