April 24, 2014 RSS feed / Inside Education

Students get reward for reading

Fired Up for Reading is a program sponsored by the Mariposa County Fire Department. More...

New board members

The Mariposa Schools Foundation, also known as Kids First, has three new board members. From left are Linda Carter, Kori Smith and Micki Finney. More...

Grizzlies are on the loose

Mariposa County High School’s “Grizzly Got Your Tongue” improv troupe has prepared a night of live entertainment for Friday, May 2 and Saturday, May 3. More...

Masons host teachers

Mariposa’s Masonic Lodge No. More...

Dinner fundraiser is set for Greeley Hill

The Gold Rush Charter School in Greeley Hill will host a tri-tip dinner fundraiser and open house on May 1 at the school in Greeley Hill.  Tickets are $35 for a family meal, which serves four to five people. More...

Gold Rush Charter School plans open house

Gold Rush Charter School in Greeley Hill is hosting an open house and tri-tip drivethrough dinner on May 1.  A family dinner is $35 and includes a whole tritip, cowboy beans, green salad and garlic bread. More...

Bank supports students

Yosemite Bank, a primary sponsor of Mariposa Academic Boosters Club, recently made a donation to the organization. More...

Don Pedro town hall meeting date is changed

The Lake Don Pedro town hall meeting will be held on May 1 at 4:30 p.m. More...

Students discuss reforestation

Representatives from Mrs. More...

Missions explored

Mrs. Owen’s fourth grade class at Woodland Elementary School recently held a Mission Project open house. More...

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