January 5, 2017 RSS feed / Inside Education

They’ll be master chefs very soon

School district receives grant to upgrade old home economics room at alt ed site

There’s a lot cooking for some students in Mariposa County.  Students will soon have the chance to enhance their skills in the kitchen. More...

Gardening gains

Recently, teacher Lauren Gliken has been cooking some sunchoke stir-fry dishes in the Sierra Foothill Charter School garden program with the third through sixth graders. More...

A tale as old as time: ABC helps MCHS go on field trip

With the help of a grant from the Academic Booster Club, Mariposa County High School drama teacher Bryan Starchman took 67 students and three staff members to see “Beauty and the Beast” a More...

SFCS students learn much on NatureBridge trip

After much fundraising at the beginning of the school year, on Nov. 30 through Dec. More...

Krystal Robinson named to Dean’s List at Biola

Krystal Robinson was named to Biola University’s Dean’s List for academic excellence for fall 2016.  More...

Making the holidays brighter

Sierra Foothill Charter School’s holiday food and toy drive, coordinated by Andres Contreras’ class, was a success. More...

Brushing up on their history

Since the early school year, third and fourth graders at Sierra Foothill Charter School have studied the history of Native Americans. More...

Celebrating caring and generosity

During the months of November and December, Sierra Foothill Charter School staff members worked with students on the core virtues of generosity and caring. More...

Standing behind the troops

For the second year, Sierra Foothill Charter School instructional aide Kristen Thomas has worked with students to make holiday cards for U.S. troops. More...

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