April 11, 2013 RSS feed / Inside Education

AAUW discusses local school issues

Mariposa AAUW will host a presentation and discussion on schools in Mariposa County on Thursday, April 25, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the district office board room, located at 5082 Old Highway.  More...

MES Terrific Kids

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

Library offers free reading workshop

Learning how to read can seem difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. The most common methodologies are also the least effective at addressing this confusion.  More...

SFCS students welcome spring visitors

On the Friday before Spring Break, Sierra Foothill Charter School office manager Charli McCord's husband Scott brought a number of baby animals from their ranch, La Dolce Vida, to the school garden f More...

Ninjas invade MES

Students at Mariposa Elementary School spent a day right before spring break dressed as ninjas. Above, sixth through eighth graders display their mad ninja skills. More...

Enrollment opens

Greeley Hill’s Gold Rush Charter School is now taking sign-ups for the 2013–2014 kindergarten class.  Kindergarten roundup was held on March 5. More...

Summit Christian students go birding

Summit Christian School biology and life science classes (taught by Loyd Hobby) traveled to the Merced National Wildlife Refuge on March 20 to conclude the students' study of birds. More...

MES Terrific Kids

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

Camp Tweety opens registration

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

SFCS students hit the road for learning

On Thursday, March 28, Sierra Foothill Charter School's kindergarten and first grade class enjoyed a field trip to the Mariposa County Library (shown above) where both librarian Janet Chase-Williams 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...

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