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Teachers Who Make a Difference Award

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On Monday, May 7th, two Rocklin Academy teachers were recognized as "Teachers Who Make a Difference" by the Association of California Administrators (ACSA). Mrs. Kari-Anne MacArthur from Western Sierra and our very own Meyers kindergarten teacher, Jennifer Wood, were recognized for going above and beyond in their work as a classroom teacher. Their passion for students and dedicating time beyond the school day to support programs and activities is appreciated by our school community. Please join us in congratulating Kari-Anne and Jennifer for their achievement!

Western Sierra's DECA Chapter Works to Inspire Community

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The Western Sierra Collegiate Academy DECA chapter understands dressing for success is a good way to build business and grow their membership. The only DECA chapter in Placer County, Western Sierra’s DECA activities include class curriculum to improve business and marketing skills, passionate chapter campaigns such as Dress for Success Day, and school and community outreach, including a student-driven food drive for the Placer County Food Bank.

Western Sierra Sophomore Kaylee Doty Returns as World Champion with her Partner in Chinese Bridge Competition

Kaylee Doty performing at the Chinese Bridge Competition
Kaylee’s road to international acclaim started at the West Coast Chinese Bridge Competition last spring, where she took top honors. In October, Kaylee flew to China for the international competition, held in the city of Kunming, Yunnan province. Kaylee and her American teammate Charlie Hoffs competed against 400 students from five continents and 96 countries. The duo advanced through nine rounds of competition to take top score in Chinese language proficiency, Chinese culture, and overall artistic performance. Kaylee wowed the judges with a speech delivered in Mandarin, and her performance on the Guzheng, a Chinese harp. Kaylee’s prize includes a four-year full ride scholarship at the Chinese University of her choice.