Infinite Campus Information: Grades, Schedules, and Attendance Information at your fingertips - Click on the arrow for info
Please contact us with any concerns you may have so we can work together for the success of your student. We have an open-door policy, however, appointments are recommended to ensure we can provide you with the appropriate amount of time needed. If you have an immediate pressing concern regarding your child at school right now, please call the school directly and ensure you reach someone in the office.
If you feel your student may be in need of academic or personal assistance, please reach out to us. We can be emailed by using the links below our names or you can telephone us at (661) 252-3113 each of our extensions is listed under our name
Mrs. Knolls Mrs. Saunders Ms. Roth
Students with the last names (A-F) Students with the last names(G-On) Students with the last names(Op-Z)
Phone Ext. 2029 Phone Ext. 2030 Phone Ext. 2031
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Parent/Teacher Conferences: Contact your child's counselor to schedule a meeting. You are welcome to email the teachers if you have a concern about specific assignments or grades. Our teachers are best contacted by email. It allows them to teach their classes without interruptions and they are able to communicate with parents/students in a timely manner. You can always email them and request that they give you a telephone call to discuss a concern. All Teachers can be emailed by looking them up HERE
Connecting with the Counselors Presentations
Student Lunch Application: Click the arrow for more information
Homework in Middle School
Classwork and Homework - How do I get information on my students work
All Sierra Vista students were given a student planner/binder reminder from the school. Please review the binder reminder with your student because the first 20 pages contain important information about the school.
In all academic classes, the teacher will ask your child to take out the student planner to write down that night’s homework. If there is no homework, your child should write No Homework. You can check the planner nightly to make sure that your child is completing all of the homework. By comparing it to the completed work. Your student will always have some homework, and they can't do it all in class. With no lockers on campus, students are in possession of their work and notes until the teachers ask for it to be submitted.
If you’re worried that your child may not be writing down all of the homework, you can ask him/her to see the teacher after class and the teacher will initial the daily homework assignment. Please remember that it is your child’s responsibility to write down the assignment, complete the assignment, and turn in the assignment on time. We believe that the binder reminder is an invaluable communication tool between school and home. It helps students stay organized, keep a calendar for themselves, and is an important life skill for them to learn. Please use it to monitor your child’s homework on a regular basis. We find that students who use the binder reminder regularly are successful at Sierra Vista.
How can my child get help with homework?
If your child needs help with homework, he/she should attempt to see the teacher before or after class if not during. Encourage your child to get the phone numbers of “study buddies,” students in each class who he/she can call for help. Students can reach out to any of their teachers via email if they do not feel comfortable asking during class.
During Distance Learning: You may have your student log onto their Google Classrooms, you can see the assignments they are doing and show you that they are submitting their work, and that is is being graded and returned to them. If you have any questions regarding assignments, please reach out directly to the teachers. Email is the easiest way to reach them and they usually get back to you by the end of the day or within 24 hours. Teachers are still posting grades regularly to Infinite Campus and parents should be checking it, as should students at a minimum of once a week to monitor their progress.
Grading Scale, Progress Reports and End of Quarter final dates
How to help your Student to Stay Organized - Organizational Skills for all
Campaign for Learning Disabilities.
How Parents Can Support their Student for Success at Sierra Vista