August 11, 2016 RSS feed / Inside Education

Program helps residents on path to GED

Many people around the country are in tough situations financially, medically or otherwise, and they may not have the ability or education to move forward.  But many of those people would love to get out of that situation and improve their lives More...

Local student graduates from Fresno Pacific

A local student graduated May 6 from Fresno Pacific University. More...

SFCS readies for start of school year

Sierra Foothill Charter School board and staff came together with new principal/superintendent Mindy Bolar on Friday, Aug. More...

Mothers of Preschoolers gearing up for year

Motherhood is not an easy task, but one local organization helps mothers through the joys — and challenges — of the process.  Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) is an international, non-denominational program which seeks to equip mothers More...

Mariposa Elementary announces hiring of new school principal

Jan Steed from Bay Area hired by board to replace Jared Pierce

When the new school year begins on Aug. 16, students at Mariposa Elementary School will be greeted by a new principal.  Jan Steed has accepted the position vacated by Jared Pierce, who has accepted other employment in Madera County.  More...

Yosemite resident Kimberly Lazier to study in Guyana

Yosemite resident Kimberly Laizer, a master’s student in the Global Field Program from Miami University’s Project Dragonfly, will travel to Guyana in August 2016.  Laizer will study traditional ecological knowledge of the Makushi and More...

MCHS Alum Association will gather on Sept. 4

The Mariposa County High School Alumni Association will hold its annual breakfast gathering and meeting on Sunday, Sept. 4 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. More...

A lesson in leadership

Based on Sierra Foothill Charter School student Allex Smith’s academic achievement and demonstration of leadership potential, his teacher, Erika Miranda, nominated Smith to attend the Junior Na More...

Fair board awards 4.0 MCHS students

Students at Mariposa County High School with 4.0 GPAs or higher for the 2015-16 school year received recognition from the Mariposa County Fair Board. More...

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