A number of community forums next week will address eight proposals regarding the expansion of Turlock Unified School District's Dual Immersion Program at Osborn Two-Way Immersion Academy - one of which faced backlash at a public discussion in January.
A generous grant from Wells Fargo will go towards funding University of California, Merced students' efforts to devise technological solutions to water, energy, and food issues pertinent to the Central Valley.
With Regional Occupational Program and Career Technical Education funding expiring at the end of the academic year, the Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustees took action on Tuesday to apply for grant funding through the California Career Pathways Trust.
Healthy school meals comprised of fresh, locally grown products are now more affordable thanks to California's participation in United States Department of Agriculture's Pilot Project for Procurement of Unprocessed Fruits and Vegetables.
California State University, Stanislaus student Petros Maskal will join 19 other university juniors and seniors at the United States Department of Agriculture's 2015 Agricultural Outlook Forum titled "Smart Agriculture in the 21st Century" as part of the Student Diversity Program.
Although the first readings of the Turlock Unified School District Board Policy updates do not usually merit in-depth explanation, a potential change that would charge outside groups for the usage of school facilities warranted a discussion on Tuesday.
For students, parents and staff at Osborn Two-Way Immersion Academy, it comes as no surprise that health technician Alicia Miranda has been selected to represent Stanislaus County in the California Classified Employee of the Year program.
A proposed revision that would have increased the salary schedules of Turlock Unified School District assistant superintendents by approximately 14 percent has been returned to District staff for further research and information.
Although Oddmund Myhre has only been recently appointed to the position of Dean of the College of Education, Kinesiology and Social Work at California State University, Stanislaus, the new title does not strike him as unfamiliar.
Although the beginning of summer vacation is welcomed by students throughout Turlock Unified School District, it also consequently marks the beginning of months of food insecurity for many students who consider the campus cafeteria as their only source for a nutritious meal.