For the past several weeks the students in the culinary programs at Turlock and Pitman high schools have thrown themselves into learning everything they could about Indian cuisine. They've watched videos, read cookbooks, and learned all about the spices that flavor the traditional meals.
Since age 11, Hilmar High School student Josh Lopes has had a passion for trapshooting. He spent his days shooting at clay pigeons with his father at his grandparents' ranch, honing his skills and developing a love for the sport. Now, Lopes has been shooting competitively for seven years and is headed to Lindenwood University in the fall on a trapshooting scholarship.
Today's Turlock Unified School District students are familiar with the use of modern technology in their classrooms, with Chromebook laptops and other wireless devices at their fingertips. Now, TUSD is letting parents in on the action with their new smartphone app, which launched on Tuesday.
The Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustees on Tuesday received information regarding a request to name the Turlock High School West Gym, which is currently undergoing renovations to modernize the building.
Students at Stanislaus State, as well as the other 22 campuses of the California State University system, will be able to finish their spring semesters uninterrupted as a tentative agreement between the university and the California Faculty Association has averted a planned strike.
The Phi Mu Eta Xi sorority at Stanislaus State is no stranger to giving back. In the past, they have held events to raise money for their philanthropy, the Children's Miracle Network at UC Davis, but none have been quite like the bash they plan to throw on April 16.
It was recommended that the Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustees continue the process to prepare for a November 2016 bond measure election after the results of the 2016 Bond Measure Feasibility Survey were presented at Tuesday's meeting.
Local students enjoyed a reprieve from class work this week as schools let out for spring break. The pleasant weather drew kids from around the region to Turlock's many parks, giving families a chance to relax and rejuvenate before the school year resumes on Monday.
It's a common sight to see the Turlock High School Bulldogs and Pitman High School Pride engaged in fierce competition on the sports field, but the rivalry is bound to heat up in a different arena when the Turlock Education Foundation hosts its third annual Iron Chef Competition on April 22.