September 1, 2016 RSS feed / Inside Education

Students are excited about criminal justice class

Students in the new criminal justice course at Mariposa County High School are excited about the opportunities it brings.  More...

Joseph graduates from Chapman with honors

Grace Joseph, Mariposa County High School class of 2012, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts where she majored in screenwriting and minored in television.  More...

Going back to school made even better with ice cream

Sierra Foothill Charter School held its Back to School Night on Thursday, Aug. 25. More...

Preparation brings success

Under the direction of band instructor Gail Vanderslik, the Mariposa County High School Grizzly Band (which now also includes some advanced band middle school students) is preparing for the Mariposa More...

AAUW gives back with backpacks

Several members of the Mariposa AAUW (American Association of University Women) recently gathered at Mariposa Elementary School to fill 46 backpacks with school supplies donated by AAUW members and from funds donated by the community.  That incl More...

ABC funds Natural Helpers program at MCHS

Natural Helpers is a national program based on the premise that when young people have problems, they most often turn to friends whom they trust for help, and that within every school an informal “helping network” exists.  More...

Reunited and it feels so good

Sierra Foothill Charter School had its first day of school on Wednesday, Aug. 17. Students and families were greeted with festive decorations, music and good cheer. More...

Pioneer Market shows its generosity

Summit Christian School representative, Faith Lura, and her mother Jennifer received a check for over $700 from Mike at Pioneer Market. Summit Christian thanks Pioneer Market for its support. More...

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