The Modesto City Schools board in Modesto took a decisive step toward dividing the district into seven trustee areas, pledging to get it done in time for election of a majority of its seats in November 2017.
Stacey Jensen's second grade class read 1,000 books to earn a Pajama Read-In at Eisenhut Elementary in the Stanislaus Union School District of north Modesto, CA, complete with cocoa and s'mores on Jan 20, 2017. (Nan Austinfirstname.lastname@example.org
Modesto City Schools just updated its fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade health videos on family life and sex education to dump VHS tapes they no longer have enough VCRs to play. But not only the technological format needs updating.
Meeting on Jan. 17 will look at California Voting Rights Act rules and process to elect its seven trustees by area. That will change the composition of the board, as none now live in west or south Modesto.
The newest Red Power Ranger came back to visit Prescott Junior High in Modesto, CA, on Jan.6, 2017. He spoke to AVID students about college, joined a PE class and held an assembly. (Nan Austinemail@example.com)
Geoscience teacher Ryan Hollister pioneers virtual field trips to geologic formations using cutting edge technology at Turlock High in Turlock, CA. His work was featured on National Public Radio show Science Friday in December. (Nan Austinfirstname.lastname@example.org)