Sierra County Office of Education
Click This ~ Sierra Plumas Joint Unified School District Wellness Policy
The Sierra County Office of Education and the Sierra Plumas Joint Unified School District recognize the strong connection between health and the student’s ability to learn. Good nutrition, physical activity and mental health provide the foundation for effective learning and achieving high standards in school. Our desire is to promote healthy eating and physical activity for all students and staff, as well as a safe and healthy school environment. It is our responsibility to remember the schools role in the community, to support family health, and to provide support for mental health for our students.
Loyalton High School
P.O. Box 37, 700 4th Street
Loyalton, CA 96118
Renaissance Home Connect: Accelerated Reader
We’re bringing the classroom to your living room. Research confirms that parental involvement in a child’s education is a strong predictor of student achievement. By logging on, you can see progress toward reading goals, sign up for email alerts, and so much more.
- Check Your Student’s Progress ~ Renaissance Home Connect
- A Parent’s Guide to Renaissance Home Connect
- AR Book Finder - English
- A Parent’s Guide to AR BookFinder - Spanish
What ALL Parents and Students Should Read:
- 20 minutes a day x 30 days a month= 600 minutes a month (equivalent to 10 hours).
- (Reading 20 minutes daily) 10 hours x 12 months= 120 hours
- School Accountability Report Card (SARC) Focus Groups March 21, 2013
- Superintendent announces retirement March 14, 2013
- POSTPONED: Community Forums on School Safety March 10, 2013
- Public Comment Opportunity Re: Consolidation of LMS and LHS November 2, 2012
- Notice of Public Hearing May 31, 2012
- IEP Clinic: APRIL 24, 2012 March 26, 2012
- State of California Purchases Databases Providing Free Access! January 11, 2012
- Loyalton High School exceeds Annual Performance Index (API) goal of 800!! September 30, 2011