Friday, July 6, 2012
The school district's Board of Trustees has decided to eliminate home-to-school transportation for students in grades 7-12 to address needed cuts in the 2012-13 fiscal year.
Caltrans awarded $48.5 million in state Safe Routes to School Program funds for 139 projects on Thursday, including four at Humboldt County Schools.
As California’s political leaders push educators to link high school classes with career options for their students, an Oxnard high school program has succeeded in getting some of the state’s hardest-to-reach students enthused about careers in engineering.
Although it still looks the same on the outside, a transformation is underway inside Clayton Valley Charter High, which officially opened Monday.
A California Watch analysis shows 60 percent of the school lunches reviewed by the state in the past five years failed to meet at least one federal nutritional requirement.
For the first time, graduating seniors from around California – more than 10,000 – have been awarded a state “seal” indicating their proficiency in two languages.