News & Announcements

Anti-Vape Awareness Jog-O-Thon

Club Live chapter at Mark Twain Elementary has chosen to focus on Anti-Vape Awareness. Using the creative campaign slogan, “You’ll need your lungs in the long run,” the students of Club Live led an Anti-Vape Awareness Jog-O-Thon during lunch on December 16, 2021. Students provided informative flyers and anti-vape bracelets, pens and stickers. After participating students completed four laps around the school track, they were awarded an event t-shirt designed by Club Live members.

The Value in "I Matter" Project at Local Schools

A project called “I Matter” at two local schools is helping students feel valued, build a sense of connection with each other and to the community, and highlight individual worth. This first-time project has had a positive impact on students, staff and family members as they view all the faces on display.

Surplus Property Available

The Calaveras County Office of Education (CCOE) has available for public bid one 1999 (1) Dodge Van. The highest bid will be honored and van will be sold “AS IS” with no warranty or guarantee.

Backpacks Travel Throughout Calaveras County to Aid Youth

Each year Calaveras County Health and Human Service Agency (HHSA) and Calaveras County Office of Education (CCOE) collaborate on innovative ways to utilize grant money aimed to help youth transition into adulthood while increasing safety and connection with community resources.

New Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program is a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program that provides a temporary discount on monthly broadband bills for qualifying low-income households.

Community Partners Coming Together To Expand Healthcare Science Curriculum

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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