A K-12 school, which is located in Downieville, the Sierra County seat, and serves the communities of Downieville, Sierra City, Goodyear's Bar, and surrounding rural areas. The California Department of Education recognized the High School as a "Distinguished School" and Downieville was recently recognized as a California Business for Education Excellence Honor Roll School.
Downieville Jr/Sr High School Bulletin
Serves grades K-6. The school is located in the City of Loyalton adjacent to Loyalton High School. Children come from Vinton and Chilcoot in Plumas County, the rural areas of Sierra Valley, and the City of Loyalton.
Loyalton Elementary Daily Bulletin
Located in the City of Loyalton and serving the same attendance area as Loyalton Elementary Schools for students in grades 7-8. Loyalton Middle School was recognized in 1992 by the California Department of Education as a "Distinguished School.
Loyalton Middle School Daily Bulletin
What is PI? Program Improvement (PI)
(NCLB) No Child Left Behind requires the state and district to review annually the academic progress of federally funded Title I schools and to identify schools in need of improvement. These schools are identified as PI schools after two consecutive years of not making adequate yearly progress (AYP).
Loyalton Elementary and Loyalton Middle School have been identified as a Year 2 Program Improvement (PI) school under the Federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001. This is a link to a letter that was sent out to all parents who’s children attend these schools explaining options and the progress of the status of (PI).
READ THE 2012 PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT LETTER
SEE ALL SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT CORRESPONDENCE
The only separate high school facility in the District, accommodates students in grades 9-12 from the eastern section of Sierra and Plumas counties. LHS offers seven Advanced Placement courses and several other honors classes, as well as part of its full a-g course offerings for the college-bound student. A variety of industrial arts and business classes are offered through the Plumas-Sierra Regional Occupation Program. Loyalton High was recognized as a "Distinguished School".
Loyalton High School Daily Bulletin
The alternative high school facility in the District, accommodates students in grades 9-12 from the eastern section of Sierra and Plumas counties.