High School students learn about careers in on of the nation's largest industries
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Congratulations to Linda Crabtree, a Senior at Bret Harte High School, for making it to the CA State finals of the 2019 Veterans of Foreign War, Voices of Democracy speech contest on "Why My Vote Matters" held Friday evening in Sacramento. Linda received $500 for being a finalist. @VFWFans @thepondnation #calaverascoe
Mentoring programs across the country are celebrating January 2019 as National Mentoring Month, a campaign designed to expand quality mentoring programs and connect more young people with caring adults
CCOE joins local agencies to help the homeless
The second annual collaborative effort of the Calaveras County Office of Education (CCOE), the Student Attendance Review Board (SARB), Calaveras County District Attorney and the Calaveras County Sheriff to increase public awareness about the importance of school attendance has paid off. This year’s SARB poster contest received 250 entries. Students at Gold Strike high school judged the poster entries and determined this year’s winners.
Calaveras County Office of Education's Superintendent of Schools, Scott Nanik, and Calaveras County Board of Education's (CCBE) Board President, Valerie Tudor, sworn in.
This year, the generous employees of Calaveras County Office of Education (CCOE), as well as residents of Forest Meadows, donated over 50 toys for the kids in the Calaveras Youth Mentoring Program.
Local students, teachers and scientists gathered on November 15, 2018 to enjoy a delicious three-course meal and engage in stimulating conversation at this year’s “Dinner with A Scientist” at the Calaveras River Academy/Mountain Oaks gymnasium in San Andreas. It was a packed house, with 117 students and teachers mingling with 22 volunteer science professionals, making this one of the biggest turnouts for this event.
Butte Schools Foundation specifically set up for educational purposed for schools, students, and staff.
Early in the morning of October 16, Bret Harte students joined teenagers across California to document distracted driving outside their schools during the eighth annual “Roadwatch” assessment, an activity organized by the California Friday Night Live Partnership (CFNLP) in observance of Teen Driver Safety Week, October 21-27.