Although it served as a harsh wake up call, the financial crisis that Denair Unified School District weathered nearly four years ago is slowly becoming a distant memory as Superintendent Aaron Rosander said that the district is not only on solid fiscal footing, but also enhancing its offerings with world language courses, performing and visual arts and a booming dual immersion program. Acknowledging that none of this would be possible without highly qualified educators in the classroom, Rosander said that the district is working to not only restore, but enhance the salaries of teachers who he said "reside in the ...
When Turlockers head to the voting booths in November 2018 to elect California's next governor, they may also be deciding who will represent them on the Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustees. The board of trustees is expected to soon decide if and when to switch from odd-year elections to even-year elections, following a report given by the school district's attorney regarding Senate Bill 415.
It's not every day that one can find zombies, pythons, robotic patients and light-producing microbes in the same building. However, that is exactly what students and their families in the community can expect to encounter this Saturday at Stanislaus State for the sixth annual Science Day, a free event that welcomes the public to the university's science department each year.
Medeiros Elementary School campus supervisor Jenny DeSousa was at a loss for words when she found out she was selected as one of six local classified employees to represent Stanislaus County during the upcoming California School Employee of the Year program in May.
A United States Army trailer and hard-to-miss tracked military robot could be seen at Stanislaus Military Academy Wednesday as soldiers visited the campus to promote an anti-bullying atmosphere and provide students with information about the army.
When Pitman High School senior Adourin Malco joined the school's Key Club four years ago, she knew that she was going to make an impact in her own community by helping others. What she didn't expect, however, was that the club would help her too by aiding her decision as to what she is going to do after she graduates high school.
It is a tragedy that has become all-too-familiar. A student is playing basketball, practicing football or just walking to class when they lose consciousness and collapse from sudden cardiac arrest. They stop breathing - and if they do not receive immediate treatment, the consequences could be fatal.
Presenting a different perspective on the common misconception that eliminating tuition costs for all California college students would be too costly, a policy paper released Tuesday said that a tuition free college education in California could actually cost taxpayers as little as $48 per year.
Current or future college students in Stanislaus County looking for financial assistance but seeking to avoid stacks of applications need look no further than the Stanislaus Community Foundation Scholarship Program, which is offering students a way to apply to 18 different scholarships through one central application process.
The success of the new dual immersion program at Wakefield Elementary School this year can be quantified in little "'aha' moments" every day, according to kindergarten teacher Maria Montejano, who said she was initially afraid to teach in the program after growing up as part of a migrant family.
With a new location in Turlock, the Come Back Kids Charter School Program is hoping that increased accessibility and a larger space will encourage more people who - for whatever reason - were unable to complete high school to "come back" and finally earn their diploma.
A scaled-back proposal for the Child Nutrition Education Center that was more in line with Turlock Unified School District's budget was presented to the Board of Trustees Tuesday, a month after the project was found to cost a considerable amount more than what was originally anticipated.