Education

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  • EDUCATION

    Bass Lake district will emphasize technology

    Bass Lake School District Superintendent Glenn Reid understands the importance of technology in the fast-changing world we live in.

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    Brad Barcus new OCI principal

    Each school year brings new faces, curriculum, and challenges. When students return to school Monday at the home of the Raiders, Oak Creek Intermediate School, they will find a new face — Brad Barcus — the school's new principal.

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    Eric Hagen named Glacier principal

    Glacier High School Charter anticipates an enrollment of 100 students next week, with Mountain Home Charter expecting about 200 students.

  • EDUCATION

    School districts throughout Mountain Area prepare for Monday's opening day

    As of Monday, Aug. 18, summer will be a memory to the more than 4,000 K-12th grade students returning to school in the foothills and mountains of Eastern Madera County.

  • EDUCATION

    Chawanakee Unified welcomes eight new teachers

    Chawanakee Unified School District maintenance crews were vigorously preparing campuses last week in preparation for Monday's opening day of classes.

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    4H visits Golden Valley Sheep Farm

    Last month, the Coarsegold 4-H Sheep project went to Golden Valley Sheep Farm on the corner of Ave 24 and Road 24 in Chowchilla for a field trip. This farm started with only 39 Friesen sheep in 2009 and now has over 980 sheep. Friesen sheep are one of the best breeds for being good milk producers.

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    4-H goes to Camp Keola

    Madera County 4-H went to Camp Keola this year. The theme was Madera 4-H Blasts to the Past and each day was a different decade like 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. This is the third year the 4-H club has camped at this location. Camp Keola is at Huntington Lake. This year, the lake did not have...

  • EDUCATION

    Kopp takes second in finals

    For recently graduated Minarets senior Mikayla Kopp, who just turned 18, it has been a hectic year. She was not only busy with academics, extra-curricular senior activities, and planning her future post high school, but has competed in the 77th annual Lions Club Student Speakers Competition since...

  • EDUCATION

    Neff, Ward - teachers of the year

    Oakhurst Elementary School recently honored two certificated educators as the 2013-2014 Teacher of the Year. First grade teacher Jacqueline Neff, and fifth grade teacher Robin Ward, earned the Crystal Apple Award for demonstrating leadership in educational activities at the school.

  • EDUCATION

    Crosswalk guard receives Golden Apple award

    Jessica Sanchez, known by the children at Oakhurst Elementary School as the "crosswalk lady," has been recognized with the Golden Apple Award for her service to the school.

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