April 4, 2013 RSS feed / Inside Education

Yosemite announces scholarship options

The Yosemite Scholarship Commission has announced the availability of scholarships for high school seniors graduating in June 2013. The Yosemite Community Scholarships are sponsored by civic clubs in Yosemite National Park. More...

Gold Rush Charter opens enrollment

“Friendships divide our troubles and multiply our joys.” This quote by Apples of Gold is a reality at Greeley Hill’s small town school.  The students and staff at Gold Rush Charter School in Greeley Hill are a family. More...

MSO opens Young Masters and plans for spring concerts

Words are remarkable tools for creating tales. And music is the universal means of expression. Put them together and they can achieve wonders. And it's a skill that may even earn some young Mariposans a little fame and fortune.  More...

MES Terrific Kids, 6th-8th grade

The Mariposa Elementary School Terrific Kids in grades sixth through eight are pictured above. More...

Rotary awards scholarships

The Mariposa Rotary Club awarded $19,000 in college scholarships recently. The following are the winners of this year’s awards.  Carissa Leonard and Joseph Shackelton each received $8,000 in memory of Mollie Suh Yaley. More...

Group fills clothes closet

Members of the Mariposa County High School ASB class are trying to start a "Dress for Success" Closet in Mariposa.  Many of the bigger cities have this program already in place. More...

SFCS recognizes students for fairness

At its March Character Counts! More...

Winter Club is offering summer scholarships

The Yosemite Winter Club (YWC) is awarding partial scholarships to club members who are planning to attend a youth summer camp to sharpen skills in skiing, hockey, ice skating, freestyle skiing or whatever winter sport they love.  To apply, stud More...

MES Terrific Kids, 1st-5th grades

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

Gold Rush Charter gets crazy

There has been lots of laughter and fun at Gold Rush Charter School in Greeley Hill. The students celebrated school spirit week with some fun activities. More...

Fresno Grizzlies’ mascot rocks

Parker, the Fresno Grizzlies’ mascot, came to MES last week to encourage students to read 10 books in five weeks. Every student who does earns a ticket to a Fresno Grizzlies baseball game. More...

Camp Tweety opens registration

4-H Camp Tweety slated for June 8 through 10, 2013 at the Lions Camp Pacifica in Ahwahnee.  More...

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