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Juniors and seniors at both Calaveras High School and Bret Harte High School were given an opportunity to learn how to navigate adult life past high school through a series of tasks and scenarios. This event is hosted by the Calaveras Chamber of Commerce and began in 2018.
Fifth and sixth grade students from all over Calaveras County gathered yesterday at the 41st Annual Math Mini Bowl. There were 120 students in attendance from 8 different schools. This event consists of three different math tests, challenging students to flex their math skills.
On May 5th, the Angels-Murphy Rotary honored teachers from each district in Calaveras county.
On May 4th, special education students from Amador, Tuolumne and Calaveras County came together for a fun-filled day of a variety of games and activities. The Challenger Games is an official school-sanctioned all-day event.
Junior and senior Bret Harte U.S. History students learn firsthand the experiences of those who have served our Nation. Veterans and servicemen share their stories, bringing history alive for the students.
The Calaveras County Board of Education unanimously voted at last night’s regularly scheduled board meeting to approve Karen Vail as the new Calaveras County Superintendent of Schools. She will complete the remainder of Scott Nanik’ s term starting July 1, 2022. Vail is running unopposed in the upcoming election, that 4-year term will begin on January 1, 2023.
Each year, the Motherlode Charter of the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) recognizes classified school staff who have gone above and beyond their job duties. These individuals have shown tremendous dedication to the students and their schools. Congratulations to this year’s awardees.
Calaveras County Public Health is open for services to the community again. These services include Tuberculosis Tests, Pregnancy Tests, Flu vaccines, and Childhood Immunizations. See Eligibility Requirements.
A new pilot program in Calaveras county is teaching students Hands-Only CPR. This is made possible through a collaboration of partnering agencies within Calaveras and Tuolumne county. Students are being taken through a video guided course, with the assistance of Grey Taylor, Captain of the Petaluma Fire Department.