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    New breakfast program for area schools

    For the first time, breakfast was made available to students in the Bass Lake Joint Union Elementary School District the last month of school - a program that will continue in the fall.

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    New summer camps at YHS

    Unique summer camps are being offered for eight weeks at Yosemite High School for children four to 12 years of age this summer. The camps, offered by America’s Kids in Motion of Clovis, will be held 1 - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, starting June 13, at Yosemite High School. The camps are...

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    Recycling rollout

    Recycling is very important to Rebekka Nielson.

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    From greenhouse to college

    When it came to her senior project, for Yosemite High School student Helena Johnson-Lusk, it was indeed a family affair.

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    2016 Graduations

    Mountain Area families throughout the Mountain Area are looking forward to graduation ceremonies. Dates and times are:

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    Students rally for glamour

    Prom - the event that teenage girls dream about all four years of high school - a night of glamour and fancy dresses.

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    YUSD pushes back policy vote

    An issue over the number of allowable visits by non-school persons to student clubs in the Yosemite Unified School District was discussed at its Board of Trustees meeting April 11, with a potential policy vote scheduled next month.

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    Head Start sign-ups

    The Madera/Mariposa Regional Head Start preschool program is now accepting applications for the 2016-2017 school year. Children must turn three years-old by Sept. 1, to be eligible.

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    Economic issues loom over YUSD

    Declining enrollment coupled with increased debt and pension payments have left Yosemite Unified School District in a potentially turbulent economic position - with its reserves projected for a significant decrease over the next three years in order to cover expenses.

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    Boardman wins Zone Lions Speakers Contest

    Moorea Boardman, a resident of North Fork and a senior at Chawankee Academy, won the Zone Lions International Student Speakers Contest held March 12, in the Community Room at the Oakhurst Library.

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