After months of anticipation, former Alaska Governor and Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin will come to Turlock this week to speak at a California State University, Stanislaus fundraiser.
Taking full advantage of intramural sports is one of the activities that has put Osborn and Brown elementary schools on the list of Stanislaus County finalists for the Governor's Challenge for Fit for the Future.
After years of transporting a slew of items from desks to cabinets to different school sites, the Denair Unified School District has decided to rid themselves of their unused items and give them a better home to eBay users.
People say that the third time is a charm and after three attempts to rescind all pink slips, the Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustees finally rescinded all classified layoff notices at their special meeting on Friday.
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.
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.
For special education students in the Turlock Unified School District's On Track Transitions Program, this year was full of significant milestones: learning how to tie shoes without help, completing a load of laundry, and performing tasks with multiple steps.
While Cunningham Elementary School students were heading to the multipurpose room for lunch on Monday afternoon, fifth grader Ben Watson was en route to his favorite restaurant, Panera Bread, with Principal Tami Truax.
No matter what comes next for Turlock High School and Pitman High School seniors set to graduate at the end of this month, they can rest assured knowing that they will be prepared thanks to new rankings released by U.S. News & World Report.
When Eilbron Younan originally joined Pitman High School's robotic club, he had no idea he that he unofficially set off a sequence of events that would ultimately lead him to the California Institute of Technology's Jet Propulsion Laboratory for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's design competition.