November 8, 2012 RSS feed / Inside Education

THE PARENT CONNECTION

What parents can do to improve their child’s education

Anew study of the American family’s “passion points” from Just Kids, Inc. reveals that most families (45 percent) agree schools and education are their top priority. More...

SFCS students celebrate fall festival

Sierra Foothill Charter School held its Fall Festival on the afternoon of Sunday, Oct. 28. As always, the costume contest was quite popular. More...

Mariposa Elementary Terrific Kids for honesty

The Mariposa Elementary School Terrific Kids for honesty in grades one through five are pictured above. More...

Fall Frolic set

The annual Fall Frolic dinner and silent auction to benefit Yosemite National Park Valley School. will be held at the Curry Village Pavilion in Yosemite National Park on Saturday, Nov. 10.  It takes place from 5:30 to 7 p.m. More...

Woodland celebrates Halloween

Woodland PTA members judge the creative pumpkins decorated by Woodland students for the 2012 pumpkin decorating contest. Pumpkins entered in the Halloween contest included a snowman, Pikachu, Mr. More...

The ABCs of Parent Involvement

A Ask — Ask children specific questions about the school day. What projects are they excited about? What did they learn in a particular class? How did they feel? What were the highs and lows of the day? More...

Other Options to Help Your Child Succeed

Traditional brick-and-mortar education isn’t always the best fit for every student. More...

MCHS presents new comedy play

The hip-hop standard of the 1980s said it best: “There’s no need to argue, parents just don’t understand!”  Bryan Starchman’s newest published play features a collection of hilarious (and often too close to the tru More...

FFA teams return

Two Mariposa County High School FFA teams recently returned from the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind. where they represented the state of California. More...

Mariposa Elementary Terrific Kids for honesty

The Mariposa Elementary School Terrific Kids for honesty in grades six through eight are pictured above. More...

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