Cunningham Elementary School built up anticipation for Red Ribbon Week with a literal drum roll on Friday with world-renowned percussionist and educator Michael Bayard, who used music to encourage students to choose a healthy lifestyle over drugs, tobacco and alcohol.
With October as National Bullying Prevention Month, Wakefield Elementary School wildcats and Stanislaus State warriors teamed up to combat bullies by learning to stick up for friends or themselves, and to be kind.
Although the languages of Pitman High School and Kyoto Gakuen High School students were different, the captivating smiles seen on the faces of each student on Monday were exactly the same as the two cultures came together for the first time as part of the Turlock-Kyoto Gakuen Exchange Program.
A list ranking the nation's universities based on upward mobility includes the expected big names like Harvard University, MIT, Stanford University and University of California, Irvine, which occupy the top four spots.
A special presentation geared at stopping sexual violence on campus will be held at California State University, Stanislaus, just as a recently released crime report indicates an increase in sexual assaults at the university,
Stanislaus State is required to reevaluate all salary increase applications that date back to March 2012 as a result of a settlement agreement that was reached earlier this year with the California State University Employees Union.
The decision-making process to determine who would represent Trustee Area 2 came down to the gender of each candidate on Tuesday as the Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustees voted to appoint Lori Carlson to carry out the remainder of Deborah Martin's term until 2017.
Prospective students will get a chance to find out just what it is like to be a Bobcat at the University of California, Merced on Saturday during the university's Preview Day, an annual event that invites the community to the research university campus.
The uncertainty of whether or not transportation will be provided next year for Osborn Two-Way Immersion Academy sixth graders that will be relocated to Dutcher Middle School has not only frustrated parents, but some Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustee members as well.
Although funding for the Program for Academic & Career Excellence program at Stanislaus State is slated to end this year, the success that it has helped Hispanic and underserved first-generation college students achieve over the past six years is far from over.