• Dear Sierra Vista School Families,

     

    Happy New Year to everyone in our community!  

    We hope you all had a restful break and have returned back to school ready to participate with renewed energy. We are excited to open our school doors to welcome you to the new year.  

     

    Together, we will create a year of excellence for our children as we focus on improving student and family engagement. Creating and maintaining a positive school culture and climate is our #1 goal. Respect, accountability, motivation, and self-disciplined are values we teach,support,and exemplify at Sierra Vista.

     

    We also would like to welcome a new co-administrator to our Sierra Vista.  Mr. Saul Gallegos will be our new Vice-Principal.  Mr. Gallegos is a dedicated, passionate, and experienced educator. We are very pleased to make him part of our Sierra Vista community.

     

    We are blessed to have a community of teachers who are committed to sharing best practices and improving their craft. We have a wonderful professional learning community . . . a place alive with much energy . . . enthusiasm . . . and a high standard of excellence. It is, indeed, a place where opportunities abound. 

    As we work to make each day better than the one before by being the best we can be.

     

    Thank you all so very much for your continued support of our school.

    Here’s to an amazing 2016!

     

    Kathleen Nekumanesh, Principal

     

    Dear Sierra Vista Family Members,

     

    I would like to thank everyone for the opportunity to be the Vice Principal of Sierra Vista Elementary School. Together, we can help our students reach their potential, and have a successful academic career. Communication is a huge part of success, so please feel free to contact me so that we can help our students succeed. I am very excited to get to meet you all very soon!

     

    Sincerely,

     

    Saúl Gallegos

    Vice Principal

    Sierra Vista Elementary School

     

     

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