Momentum continues to build in the expansion of Career Technical Education (CTE) as more stakeholders join the ranks. A new grant for $35,000 was just received from the California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) to help build health educational career pathways in the Rural Motherlode Region. Additionally, the Mark Twain Health Care District has just approved a $25,000 grant.
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The Mentoring Foundation delivered a check for $100,000 to Calaveras County Office of Education (CCOE) this month – the group’s largest-ever pledge to support youth mentoring in Calaveras County.
On June 7, 2021, the Calaveras County Board of Education provisionally appointed Janet Jones Sterling to fill the vacancy for Trustee Area 4.
6th grade students at Copperopolis Elementary launched rockets this week as part of cross-curricular Career Technical Education (CTE) program used to excite students about the learning process.
On Tuesday, May 18th, over 100 fifth and sixth graders from eight different Calaveras county schools competed in the 40th Annual Math Mini Bowl.
This is a guest editorial by Calaveras County Superintendent of Schools Scott Nanik. It covers two new bills currently in California legislature that threaten educational options for families.
Every year the Angels-Murphy Rotary honor teachers from each district in Calaveras county. The 2021 Teachers of the Year shown here left to right: Laura Oliver (Vallecito Union School District), Jennifer Truman-Nanik (Bret Harte Union High School District), Kathy Risso (Calaveras Unified School District), Sandy Westergaard (Calaveras County Office of Education), and Kurt Schneider (Mark Twain Union Elementary School District).
Calaveras county has a rich history in education. Members of the community are dedicated to serving the educational needs of the students in Calaveras. The Calaveras County Board of Education (CCBE) is seeking a board member to represent District 4. District 4 currently includes the communities of Angels Camp, Altaville, Salt Spring Valley and Copperopolis.
Bret Harte seniors competing in this year’s State Academic Decathlon (ACADEC) overcame many challenges that come with a virtual student event during a pandemic.
Students from all over Calaveras County participated in this year’s first virtual science fair. Carrying on the tradition and marking this as the 36th annual science fair for Calaveras County students.