2014-05-29 / Front Page

District to receive up to $600K in grant dollars

Ag program will benefit from state money
By Greg Knight | Associate Editor

Monday, June 2, 2014 - 3:30 p.m. - The Mariposa County Unified School District (MCUSD) will be on the receiving end of a grant from the State of California totaling as much as $600,000 for programs to help students stay in school and move toward college and employment in high-demand fields.

The grant was prepared and submitted by Mariposa County High School (MCHS) Principal Celeste Azevedo and MCUSD Special Education Director Marcia Miller, with the assistance of high school Ag teachers, Buz Arnold and Michelle Wise, and retired Ag teacher Wayne Forsythe, along with the Ag advisory group.

The grant will benefit the agriculture program.

Read the entire story in the June 5, 2014 edition of the GAZETTE.

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$600K is not a small amount.

$600K is not a small amount. So many things could be done by this amount. Please utilize this amount to make something good.

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