In the very first year of the Noyce Teacher Scholarship program, 13 aspiring teachers at CSU Stanislaus have been named as recipients.
The California State University Trustees on Friday will consider a proposal to raise student fees next year.
The following story is a corrected version of the article "Impasse broken: School district rescinds more pink slips; staff takes 2 percent pay cut," which ran in the June 2 issue of the Journal.
The future now awaits the hundreds of newly-minted college graduates who walked across the stage at California State University, Stanislaus, received their diplomas, and moved their tassels from right to left on Friday morning.
Ripon Christian High School Valedictorian Courtney Jespersen, 17, had her life figured out - as much as any new high school graduate.
Debbie Scott has always put an importance on attending school. As a student, her yearning for school led to a perfect attendance record. When Scott became a mother, she passed on her love of school to her girls, who attend school every single day.
Another Crane School site transformation is under way. Crane has already been through three conversions, targeting a wide-range of students from Head Start preschool students to elementary school students to only focusing on kindergartners.
Since 1972 the Science I building has stood along the south side of the California State University, Stanislaus campus.
California State University, Stanislaus President Hamid Shirvani traveled to Sacramento this week to support Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's proposed 2010-2011 budget for higher education.
Hundreds of students from Osborn Elementary School show off their best talents on Thursday during the Osborn's Got Talent event. Students did everything from rapping to singing a variety of songs from "Esta Tierra" to "Buena Suerte."
California State University, Stanislaus has been cleared of illegally dumping documents related to Sarah Palin's upcoming June 25 appearance at the University Foundation's 50th Anniversary Gala Fundraiser.
After spending seven months building a robot and helping his team earn 7th place in a national competition, Turlock Christian senior Casey Snyder decided engineering was his future career choice.
Last summer wasn't filled with memories of swimming and pool parties for Turlock Christian senior Morgan Andre. Instead the Turlock teen has memories of painting murals for those in the Dominican Republic.
Tough times call for tough cuts and these cuts are what most can't agree upon. Because the Turlock Unified School District, the Turlock Teachers Association and the California School Employees Association can't find a solution in their employee contract negotiations that will leave all parties satisfied, the district declared impasse on May 4.
Over 100 Turlock classified employees held their heads and signs high in the air on Wednesday at Pitman High School to rally for the fight against more state education cuts. The Turlock employees were just one out of 34 groups that rallied state-wide to hold the California Legislator accountable for no more cuts to education. All groups took part in the California Advocates United to Save Education campaign making government officials sign a "Promise to Our Students" card to protect education funding from further cuts. State Assemblyman Bill Berryhill, State Senator Dave Cogdill and Jeff Denham have not signed the ...
With other Future Business Leaders of America programs throughout the state boasting upwards of 300 members, some might be quick to dismiss Pitman High School's smaller FBLA program with just over 100 members as insignificant in comparison.
Instead of glossing over miscellaneous status updates or "liking" funny videos on Facebook last week, former Keyes Parent Teacher Club President Sandy Yoppini's scrolling came to an abrupt halt in response to a picture posted by a Pitman High School student who resides in Keyes.
Trading in pencils and notebooks for shovels and dirty hands, students branched outside of the traditional classroom setting on Wednesday to plant nine new trees for National Arbor Day.
Bullying presents a problem for many students, but for eighth grader Breanna Mendoza the problem is life threatening.
The Denair Elementary Charter Academy is one step closer to reality after the Denair Unified School District Board of Trustees unanimously approved the school's creation on Thursday.
The Stanislaus County Fair is partnering with Turlock schools to encourage kids to make healthier choices at lunch time. The 20/20 Fruit & Veggie Contest will reward elementary students who make healthy eating choices with the chance to win free tickets to the fair, a bicycle or other prizes.
As the drought continues to parch the state for the fourth year in a row, Modesto Junior College is instituting new courses and programs that focus on irrigation and drought relief.
Emergency crews were unable to save the life of Denair High student Ashley Ramaley on Thursday, a victim of a drunk driving accident. While Ramaley's death was not real, as she was a student actor in the Every 15 Minutes program, the emotional impact of her death was still felt.
In a time boasting conveniences in the form of microwave ovens and cars, it is hard to imagine that over 100 years ago, activities such as cooking on a wood-burning stove and riding on a horse-drawn stage were central to everyday life.
Thirty seconds. That's all it takes now to report water leaks in the Social Science and Management building at University of California, Merced.
Despite the fact that Turlock High School senior Tlaloc Barajas has already achieved the highest advancement possible as Eagle Scout through the Boy Scouts of America last year, he has managed to secure one last recognition before aging out of the organization: Greater Yosemite Council's Boy Scout of the Year.
The heat emanating from the kitchen will intermingle with the heat of competition on Friday as students from Turlock High School and Pitman High School culinary art programs warm up for the Turlock Education Foundation's second annual Iron Chef Competition.
While other students are spending their spring break traveling to exciting destinations - or sleeping in - Turlock High School sophomore Nicolas McKeon is at the school's shooting range honing his skills for an upcoming competition.
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