Chatom Elementary School students donned red, white and blue on Friday morning to celebrate former Chatom student and hometown hero Tyler Cook, who was injured when his convoy was hit by a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device this past summer.
Stanislaus County Office of Education Superintendent of Schools Tom Changnon said that contrary to popular belief, students don't necessarily drop out in high school. They drop out before they even start school.
The relocation of a bus stop that drops Pitman High School students a mile away from their original stop has left students disgruntled and parents concerned, prompting Turlock Unified School District to explore options for a potential change in location.
Students interested in the Modesto Junior College Medical Assisting Program will not only be able to enroll in the fall, but spring as well, following the college's decision to expand the program to help meet the community's growing demand for highly-skilled, credentialed medical assistants.
Although California State University, Stanislaus President Joseph F. Sheley admitted that it would not happen overnight, the University is undeniably on its way to becoming more recognizable with a new logo, updated motto and leaner naming structure, all of which were unveiled on Wednesday during his annual address.
Amidst the whirlwind of luggage carts and cars zooming in and out with dorm necessities for Move-in Day at California State University, Stanislaus, first year student and Costa Mesa native Selena Hernandez was heading out to explore Turlock for the very first time.
As the construction of the District Farm continues to flourish with the help of community support, Turlock Unified School District took the time on Tuesday to both thank past donors and encourage future contributors to step up in order to take this long-awaited dream one step closer to fruition.
High school students who are currently ineligible to attend college solely because they have not passed the California High School Exit Exam are holding their breath as the Senate is expected to vote on Monday whether or not the exam will be removed as a graduation requirement.
Following the formation of a dual-language immersion program for kindergarten students at the newly formed Denair Elementary Charter Academy, Denair Unified School District Board of Trustees unanimously voted on Thursday to approve a secondary Spanish curriculum pilot program for Denair Middle School.
Whether it was validated by overflowing backpacks, carefully planned outfits, or the babbling of excited students and teachers, Thursday marked the beginning of yet another lively academic year for Turlock Unified School District.