June 22, 2017 RSS feed / Inside Education

Ready for takeoff: students vied for trebuchet honors

Who says math can’t be fun?  Students in Kim Monson’s AP Physics class at Mariposa County High School recently had the chance to complete unique projects. More...

Three seniors honored

Mariposa County High School music director Gail Vanderslik announced that three of her senior band members were being honored for their exceptional musical abilities.  More...

Williams named to Dean’s Roll

Shea Taylor Williams of Mariposa was one of more than 3,700 Baylor University students named to the Dean’s Academic Honor Roll for the 2017 spring semester.  More...

SFCS has enriching experiences

On Wednesday, May 24, Chelsea Stillwell's TK-K students and Wendy Baumann's first and second grade students enjoyed a field trip to the Fresno Chaffee Zoo.They took in a bird show, touched stingrays, More...

Students enjoy a day at the opera

Sierra Foothill Charter School students in grades transitional kindergarten through second grade enjoyed a field trip to UC Merced’s Lakireddy Auditorium on Tuesday, May 16, to see the Children More...

SFCS makes gifts for SPCA

Sierra Foothill Charter School first and second grade students recently completed a service learning project with coordinator Barbara Milazzo. More...

MCHS band has busy end to school year

Trinity Owens was selected by teacher Gail Vanderslik as Grizzly Band Student of the Month for April. She is 16 and next year a junior. She was just elected as band president for next year. More...

Leanos honored

Anthony Leanos was selected at the Mariposa County High School spring band concert as Grizzly Student of the Month for band for the month of May. He is the son of Tori and Ed Leanos of Mariposa. More...

Greeley Hill students rebuild school garden

Last fall, Stephanie Brown’s fourth/fifth grade class at Greeley Hill Elementary School received a $500 grant for a garden project.  It was called Farm to Table Gardening. More...

They’ve got skills

On Wednesday, May 31, Sierra Foothill Charter School students and staff showed off their talents to an appreciative audience. More...

Students release butterflies

Sierra Foothill Charter School students enjoyed watching caterpillars travel through stages of their life cycle and turn into butterflies. More...

SFCS holds open house

SFCS was pleased to host family and friends at an open house on Thursday, June 1. More...

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