October 6, 2011 RSS feed / Inside Education

Grizzly Band stops traffic

Grizzly Band | Contributed The MCHS Grizzly Marching Band stopped traffic and all competitors in the recent Mountain Heritage Days Parade in Oakhurst. More...

Fipps selected for leadership encounter

Jaret Fipps of Mariposa, an animal science senior at Oklahoma State University, was recently selected as a member of the 2011-2012 Oklahoma Agriculture Leadership Encounter.  The Oklahoma Agriculture Leadership Encounter is designed to honor the More...

Bright Family donates to UCM

The Bright Family Foundation has donated $2 million to the University of California, Merced, to provide advising and learning support services to students during their first year and beyond.  The Calvin E. More...

Woodland ready for basketball

Lordelyn del Rosario | Contributed Woodland Elementary School students are enjoying the new basketball courts with new back boards, rims and chain nets. More...

Boosters raise funds

Grizzly Boosters | Contributed The Mariposa County High School Grizzlies Boosters continue their fundraising activities for the school year 2011-12. More...

Keeping it in the family

Lordelyn del Rosario | Contributed Woodland Elementary School PTA recently held Family Art Night during its General PTA meeting. More...

MCUSD offers SES services to students

Mariposa County Office of Education / Mariposa County Unified Schools is offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES), extra academic assistance provided by state approved providers at no charge to students who are eligible and are approved for S More...

LDPE holds poker run as a fundraiser

The Lake Don Pedro Elementary School Parents’ Club will hold its first annual “Spooktacular Poker Run” on Saturday, Oct. 29. More...

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