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Sisson School is a 4-8th grade school within the Mt. Shasta Union Elementary School District. We have an enrollment of approximately 300 students. We are located in northern California, an hour south of the Oregon border along Interstate 5. The town is situated at the foot of 14,162 ft. Mt. Shasta.

Sports Facts

Total students: 292

     Male: 152

     Female: 140

 

Total Athletes (to date this school year): 102

     Male: 47

     Female: 55

 

     Cross Country: 21

          Male: 18

          Female: 13

 

     Volleyball: 24

          A Team males: 0

          B Team males: 4

          A Team females: 13

          B Team females: 7

 

     Girls Basketball: 22

          A Team: 9

          B Team: 13

 

     Boys Basketball: 25

          A Team: 12

          B Team: 13

 

Our Vision

Mount Shasta Union School District strives to be a leader of educational excellence in the State of California.

Our Mission

The mission of the Mount Shasta Union School District is to promote a system of educational excellence providing the opportunity for all students to become productive citizens and achieve high academic standards.

Your children have been working diligently on meeting the state's academic standards. Thank you for helping your child to stay focused on learning and be sure to acknowledge their accomplishments. Learning is hard work. We are very proud of our students and their progress.

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Don't miss Back to School Night!

This year's event is on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1.

 

Times are as follows:

5:15-6 p.m. - 4th grade in respective classrooms
6-6:45 p.m. - 5th grade in respective classrooms
6:45-7:15 p.m. - 6th grade in respective classrooms
7-7:30 - 7th grade in respective classrooms
7-7:30 - 8th grade in respective classrooms

 

6-7:30 - Drop by anytime to visit Mrs. Churchill in the Music Room. Mrs. Anderson, our PE teacher, will meet with 6th, 7th, and 8th grades in their respective classrooms.

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