|Sienna Plantation is served by three Fort Bend ISD elementary schools: Jan Schiff Elementary, Sienna Crossing Elementary and Scanlan Oaks Elementary. All are nestled within quiet neighborhoods in Sienna Plantation, and many students enjoy walking or riding their bikes to school every morning.|
"Through the creation of a safe, respectful and challenging educational experience for all, learning meets discovery everyday."
A personalized learning environment empowers a community of lifelong learners to succeed in a globally-diverse world. The low student-to-teacher ratio fosters improved participation and a stronger bond between students and their instructors.
"Through the united efforts of students, parents, faculty, staff, and community, our mission at Sienna Crossing Elementary is to chart a course towards excellence. Committed to each student reaching his/her potential, we will provide a supportive and safe environment with diverse and interactive learning opportunities to prepare students for successful futures in a global world."
Sienna Crossing students learn in grade-specific pods with networked, multimedia computers in each classroom, computer labs, computerized library, a “post office,” performance stage and space devoted specifically to musical and artistic pursuits. The supportive environment, with diverse and interactive learning opportunities, allow students to prepare for successful futures in a global world.
A hands-on teaching approach encourages students to read, see, touch and hear through presentations, experiments and role-playing activities. Students in lower grades work in small groups to learn literacy skills, build comprehension and improve reading fluency. Thinking Maps learning program helps students establish thought processes – classifying, comparing and contrasting; identifying cause and effect; and sequencing – and apply those processes to support strong critical thinking skills. Outstanding language program includes a strong emphasis on expressive and technical writing