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Chatom wins fruit and veggie grant

When it comes to promoting fruits and vegetables in school settings, challenges and opportunities abound in equal measure. Chatom Elementary School is getting a little help to promote eating more of the earth's bounty, as Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced that Chatom was among 342 schools that will share $11.1 million in federal Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program funds for this upcoming school year.

August 10, 2012 | Nancy Angel | Education


UC Merced research shows wildfire risk increasing

Californians could see the risk of losing homes to wildfires double in the next 40 years, according to new UC Merced research.

August 03, 2012 | | Education


UC Merced lab turns leftovers into energy

A University of California, Merced plasma lab is testing a novel way of converting organic waste into energy.

August 03, 2012 | | Education


Games, talk time key to preparing kids for school

Sending a child off to preschool for the first time can be a rough and emotional time for both parents and the child. For the child, however, it doesn't have to be. Getting ready for school isn't just about learning letters, numbers, shapes of colors; the real teaching starts in the household.

August 03, 2012 | Nancy Angel | Education


UC Merced announces second class of med students

Six students with ties to the Central Valley have been admitted to the second cohort of the University of California, Merced San Joaquin Valley Program in Medical Education.

July 26, 2012 | | Education


UC Merced hosts Korean students

Fifteen engineering students from Dankook University in Yongin, Gyeonggi, South Korea, travelled 5,700 miles to study at UC Merced.

July 26, 2012 | | Education


UC Merced staff win sustainability award

Two University of California, Merced leaders credited with spearheading the university's sustainability efforts were awarded the 2012 UC Sustainability Champion award.

July 20, 2012 | | Education


UC Merced researchers, students spend summer at work

Summer isn't a time to relax for UC Merced's faculty members and students – it's a time to focus on research.

July 20, 2012 | | Education


High performing teachers resilient, CSU Stanislaus prof finds

Through a series of interviews and job shadowing, California State University, Stanislaus Professor Noelle Won found that teachers who shine at otherwise low-performing schools are tied together by a consistent thread of resiliency.

July 20, 2012 | | Education


CSU trustees plan for the worst

Facing $250 million in mid-year "trigger" cuts, trustees of the California State University system are scrambling to plan for a potentially massive budget shortfall.

July 17, 2012 | | Education


UC Merced continues commitment to increase first-generation college students

When the University of California, Merced campus opened in 2005 it was supposed to be the beginning of a new era of access to higher educational opportunities for San Joaquin Valley students. In 1995, the University of California Board of Regents specifically selected Merced because it was in the heart of the state's largest and most populous region without its own UC campus - which hindered opportunities for residents and left a need for an educated workforce in the region.

July 10, 2012 | Jonathan McCorkell | Education


Stanislaus interim president works on building bridges

If two words could summarize Interim California State University, Stanislaus President Joseph Sheley's first month in office, they would undoubtedly be "building bridges."

July 10, 2012 | | Education


Stanislaus County school superintendent, board at fair

Stanislaus County Superintendent of Schools Tom Changnon and five elected board members – Merle Kronberg, Luis Molina, Kim Rose, Mary Ann Sanders and Kim Spina – will make themselves available to the public at the Stanislaus County Fair.

July 06, 2012 | | Education


Merced College still on accreditation warning

Merced College will remain on warning from the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges for failing to meet standards in three areas.

July 06, 2012 | | Education


Stanislaus students teach hands-on science to local youth

California State University, Stanislaus students put the fun in chemistry on Tuesday when they assisted dozens of children in performing science experiments at the Turlock Salvation Army summer program. The college students and younger children used ordinary household ingredients to demonstrate the use of science in real life.

July 03, 2012 | Nancy Angel | Education


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Crowell students REACH news speeds through interactive program

Math, Science, English and History are all still subjects in school, but students at Crowell Elementary School are able to learn about their favorite topics ...

December 15, 2017 | Angelina Martin | Education


Turlock schools’ innovation honored at awards ceremony

Turlock's schools have a lot to brag about, and that list was recently made even longer thanks to the innovative efforts of Walnut Elementary ...

December 12, 2017 | Angelina Martin | Education


Pitman Madrigals selected to sing at Foster Farms Bowl

The Pitman High School Madrigals had just 20 minutes to rehearse before their final audition Monday, but that didn't stop them from winning the ...

December 12, 2017 | Angelina Martin | Education


Little Lights shine with holiday spirit

Little Lights Preschool presented representatives from Sierra Vista Child & Family Services with Christmas present donations on Wednesday. The children spent three weeks taking shoe boxes ...

December 08, 2017 | Candy Padilla | Education


Turlock students featured in Healthy Air calendar

Two Turlock students' artwork is featured in the 2018 Healthy Air Living Kids' Calendar, a bilingual, full-color wall calendar just released by the San Joaquin ...

December 08, 2017 | Kristina Hacker | Education


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