The Hughson Unified School District board of trustees and the City Council will meet at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the district office, 6815 Hughson Ave. There will be an update on the high school sports field project and discussion of the Camagna property.
TUOLUMNE COUNTY TO MEET:
The Tuolumne County Board of Education will meet at 4 p.m. Monday in Room 217 of the Tuolumne County superintendent of schools office, 175 S. Fairview Lane, Sonora. The board will hold a public hearing and vote on use of specific revenues in next year's budget. Trustees will recognize Diana Rappaport and Teri Prichard for loss prevention work and will get a technology update.
TECH COMMON SENSE:
Common Sense Media, a national nonprofit organization, launched a 1-to-1 Essentials Program for educators Wednesday, a free road map for schools considering giving students take-home technology. The program outlines best practices for integrating tablets and computers into schools, and tools to create policies, inspire professional development and find the best apps. Find the program at www.commonsense.org/educators/1to1
SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS:
The winners of the Calaveras County Science Fair who will go on to the state competition in Los Angeles are sixth-graders Shannon Woodside of Mountain Oaks School for "Sugar Affects Homemade Marshmallows" and Duncan Welch of Copperopolis Elementary for "Air Filter"; seventh-graders, both of Christian Family Learning Center, Alyssa Ritzel for "How Wax Affects Speed" and Brianna Navas for "Got Sugar in Your Soda"; and Mountain Oaks School eighth-graders Joel Randolph for "Nuclear Plant" and Alex Woodside for "Sensors or No Sensors."
Autism Awareness Month, Mathematics Awareness Month, Month of the Military Child, National Child Abuse Prevention Month, Public Schools Month and School Library Month, according to the California Department of Education.