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According to a number of online sources (so it must be true), Friday is national Walk on Your Wild Side Day. What do you do when you're feeling wild?
Three Stanislaus County student authors were recognized by California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom's "Imagine this " story-writing contest.
Central Valley Opportunity Center is offering six scholarships of $1,500 each to be awarded to students in Stanislaus County on a competitive basis.
When people hear that a child is in special education or has special needs, many first think that the child is "dumb" and "incapable." Many are afraid to interact with the child, or even go near him or her.
Taking inspiration from the 1950s, Pitman High School students created an energy-efficiency awareness video titled "Environmental PSA," which won first place in the Turlock Irrigation District's first "Take Action" Energy Efficiency Video Contest.
My father, the high school Bible teacher at Ripon Christian, approached me the other day and said, "Emily, you should write an article about how students can respect their teachers."
Cell phones were once verboten on most school grounds, destined to be confiscated by a principal or stashed in a locker until the end of the school day.
13 Things You Should Know About Me: Modesto High School's Rita Sandu is featured.
Question: What's the most foolish thing you've done on April Fool's Day
Applications are available for $1,000 college scholarships designed for graphic communications or art majors. Up to $5,000 in Al Barr Memorial Scholarships will be awarded.
A 7½-minute routine at a professional basketball game will be the culmination of nearly nine months of hard work. But the 17 Modesto dancers who'll take to the court during a Sacramento Kings halftime show say it will be well worth it.
Kenny Smart manages a heavy courseload of all Advanced Placement and honors classes, and he consistently maintains an above 4.0 grade point average. Kenny is junior class president. He is involved in Key Club, Interact Club and the Outdoor Club, which organizes fun Friday activities and trips to the beach.
"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," a play by Richard R. George, based on the Roald Dahl children's novel, will be presented by Davis High students this week at the school and next week at the Gallo Center for the Arts.
Modesto Junior College's production of "Grease" opened Friday to a packed theater audience that gave the show a standing ovation. The cast has put on a show worthy of the Gallo Center for the Arts.
Wednesday was the first day of spring. What's your favorite part of this season?