June 9, 2016 RSS feed / Inside Education

Who let the dogs out? Mariposa school ‘paws’ed to hold a dog-themed musical

If anybody walking by Mariposa Elementary School on the morning of Thursday, June 2 happened to hear barking and woofing coming from the windows near the lunchroom, just know it wasn’t anything to worry about.  More...

A major boost

Academic Boosters Club incoming Board Chair Jill Harry (right) hands American Association of University Women (AAUW) Dinner with a Scientist Coordinator Marilyn Saunders a check for $600 in support o More...

An ‘egg’celent idea

Woodland Elementary School students participated in the Annual Second Grade Egg Drop Challenge. More...

The ‘Hardware’ to succeed

Foster Ace Hardware comes through. More...

‘Sober’ing amount donated

Matt Foraker with Yosemite Bank, presents Amy Woodward with the Mariposa Grizzlies Boosters a $500 donation. Yosemite Bank was thanked for their continued support of Sober Grad Night. More...

Something to sip on

Beth Williams, right, with Tupperware by Beth n Bootjack, is shown donating 146 water bottles to Amy Woodward of the Mariposa Grizzlies Boosters for Sober Grad Night 2016. More...

Competing like Coyotes

Lake Don Pedro Elementary School’s after school program, the “Coyote Club,” has been offering a wrestling program to its attendees. More...

FFA gives helping hand

Mariposa FFA Students went to Woodland Elementary to help Mrs. More...

An un‘4’getable scholarship

Maria Loya received a $250 Mariposa County 4-H Club Council scholarship. She will be attending college in Sacramento in the fall with a goal of becoming a veterinarian. More...

Celebrating hope

During the month of May, teachers spoke with students about the Core Virtue of Hope. More...

Soroptimists support Sober Grad

Pat Wight with the Mariposa Soroptimist and Amy Woodward and Pauline Totten of the Mariposa Grizzlies Boosters are shown accepting a $100 donation for Sober Grad Night 2016. More...

‘Flash’ing their generosity

Branton Ball (account manager at The Office City), Melanie Coffman, (store manager) and Tennille Holt of the Mariposa Grizzlies Boosters are shown. More...

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