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  • Discovery Day
    On Tuesday, December 6th, 8th-grade middle schoolers will be visiting Sierra High School for an introduction to high school life. Our 9-12th graders will be working asynchronously (online) from home on this day.

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  • Register NOW to attend the 2023 Educating Children of Color Summit on Saturday, January 14, 2023, at Colorado College, 14 E.Cache La Poudre Street. This event is FREE for 8-12 grade students and parents. The ECOC summit provides a unique opportunity for high school students to learn about themselves while they explore higher education. It's also an opportunity for parents to learn to communicate with schools and help maximize their child's success. Also, ECOC will be awarding $140,000 in scholarships and educational awards. Submit your Scholarship Application by December 16, 2022. You must attend the summit to be eligible for a scholarship. Please note that the scholarship application and summit registration are separate forms.

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  • Register your student for Sierra Athletics for the 2022-2023 School Year. Click here!
    Students registering for Athletics must have a current physical examination uploaded before the student is authorized to participate in practice/tryouts. To ensure clearance for participation, physicals should be completed and uploaded no later than 3 school days prior to the first day of practice/tryout.

    Physicals are valid for 1 year from the date of the exam.

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District Announcements

  • Late Start Mondays Survey
    D2 has received communication from various stakeholders over the past year suggesting that our late start Monday schedule is problematic. This year, we are gathering feedback from parents, students, and staff about moving away from late start Mondays and going to a one-day Professional Learning Community (PLC) per month. P
    lease click here to complete this short survey before December 4, 2022.

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