May 26, 2011 RSS feed / Inside Education

Last chance to see high school art show

The sun is setting on Coulterville High School’s annual art show.  Parents and the public are invited the last show, scheduled for next Thursday, June 2.  “Due to a variety of factors, many unavoidable, there will not be an art More...

MES welcomes community to open house

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Preschool holds party, sign-ups

Anyone with a preschool age child is invited join the fun at Mariposa Preschool's year-end barbecue and graduation party at Dawn Lake in Lushmeadows from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. More...

Ritter on dean’s list

Jennifer Ritter of Mariposa, a member of the class of 2013 at Washington and Lee University, has earned dean's list status.  Dean's list status at Washington and Lee represents a term gradeaverage of at least 3.4 on a 4.0 scale.   More...

Foster's for Sober Grad event

Foster's True Value donated several carts full of gifts to Sober Grad Night. Pictured is Monica along with Grad Night Chairman Kim Murdock. More...

Pioneer donates to Woodland

Jason Dubberke of Pioneer Market presented a $1,744.74 check to Woodland Elementary School for their participation in a fund raiser with the store. More...

Students can go to camp

Those lazy days of summer are just around the corner, and local children have the opportunity to enjoy five fun-filled days at summer camp.  This opportunity is open to children and young adults in Mariposa County and is made available through t More...

Lions donate $3,000 to Grizzly Band

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Alumni picnic set

The annual Mariposa County Alumni Picnic will be held Saturday, June 18, at the Mariposa County Fairgrounds in the picnic area beginning at 10 a.m. More...

Brownies get the rhythm

Mariposa Girl Scout Brownie Troop 3083 went to Gail Vanderslik's Sounds of Music studio to learn about music and earn their Music Try-It Badge. More...

Cheese heads

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MMS girls selected for Tech Trek camp

Local students, April Thorpe, Savannah Rauch, Eliza Amstutz, and Mackenzie Rice, from Mariposa Middle School, have been selected to get a preview of college life while learning that math and science can be fun. More...

Jubilee is slated

The 16th annual June Jubilee will be held Saturday, June 25 at Jorgensen’s Brooklake Ranch. The event is sponsored by the Mariposa County Schools Foundation Kids First organization.  For tickets, contact Arlene Yaley at 966-4908. More...

Band plans fund raising concert

Music from Mussorgsky to Johnny Eat World and a Grammy Award Presentation to top things off.  This is what concertgoers can expect at the June 2 Mariposa County High School Band's Spring Concert at the Fiester Auditorium.  More...

Acorn plans rummage sale

Acorn Cooperative Preschool will be holding its sixth annual rummage sale on Saturday, June 4, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The fund raiser will be held at the White House in Bootjack, 5034 Darrah Road, Mariposa. More...

It’s a wild kingdom

Mariposa Elementary School second graders traveled to the Fresno Chaffee Zoo on Tuesday, May 17. More...

Woodland enjoys ‘According to Coyote’

Woodland Elementary School students were captivated during Fresno State Children's Theatre performance "According to Coyote." The play is based on folk tales from many native Californian oral histories. FSU Drama professor J. More...

4-H Camp Tweety deadline approaches

Mariposa County 4-H invites all fourth through eighth grade children to come join the fun at Camp Tweety. On June 18 to 20, Camp Tweety will take place at Lions Camp Pacifica. The camp will begin Saturday morning and end on Monday afternoon.  More...

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