April 25, 2013 RSS feed / Inside Education

Kids First Jubilee event set for May 18

Time is running out for buying tickets to the Mariposa County Schools Foundation annual Jubilee. This year’s event will be held May 18, at the Sierra Meadows Country Club. More...

FFA adds more wins

Mariposa County High School FFA member Faith McCoy was recently elected as vice president of the Merced Mariposa Section.  Also, the chapter’s forestry team placed second at Reedley Field Day on April 13. More...

Grizzly Band slates marathon

The MCHS Grizzly Band’s third annual band marathon will be featured during the up-coming Butterfly Festival on Sunday, May 5. More...

Summit Christian promotes the arts

As part of their ongoing “Teach the Arts!” fundraising campaign, Summit Christian School (SCS) will be promoting art projects for sale during the annual Mariposa Butterfly Festival, May 4 and 5.  More...

UC Merced lands $1 million donation

Spurred by a gift from a prominent dairy woman, the University of California, Merced, announced plans today for a center to promote leadership qualities among its diverse student population.  More...

Summit students shine

Pictured above are all the winners from Summit Christian School for the Mariposa Arts Council Young Artists competition. More...

ABC awards MCHS stars

In advance of the state testing, the Mariposa County High School Academic Boosters presented three students with $400 gift cards for improving on last year’s scores. More...

Ethos plans for volunteer training

Ethos is conducting another training for adults who are passionate and interested in working alongside young people by joining its Adult Support Team.  More...

Kiwanis Preschool students visit Woodland

Mariposa Kiwanis Preschool Academy students entering kindergarten next fall recently took a tour of Mrs. Stitt's kindergarten classroom at Woodland Elementary School. More...

El Portal Elementary celebrates

In March, 20 students and community members gathered to celebrate the arrival of spring, with poetry readings and an open house. More...

SFCS students visit Stanford University

Sierra Foothill Charter School teacher Chivonne Wilde arranged for a number of her students to attend Stanford Splash! the weekend of April 13. More...

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