March 13, 2014 RSS feed / Inside Education

Students learn about maps

Emily Meriam, right, a local cartographer, came to Nancy Gunderson’s second grade class at Woodland Elementary School recently to teach students about making maps. More...

Heroes take the stage

The fifth graders at Mariposa Elementary School recently performed a musical play titled “Tall Tales and Heroes” under the direction of teacher Marianne Emery. More...

Students learn about FFA

The students at Mariposa Elementary School were visited by FFA students from Mariposa County High School recently. More...

Scholarships are available for seniors

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

Technology funds are available to schools

More than 8,000 California public schools and districts are eligible to share $188.4 million in the Education Technology K-12 Voucher Program funds.  The state’s program is funded through a 2003 antitrust settlement agreement between Micro More...

School honors students for alertness

Mariposa Elementary School recently named the Terrific Kids for the month. The students received awards for alertness. More...

Students learn about citizenship

Students from Sierra Foothill Charter School spent the month of February focused on the character trait of citizenship. More...

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