California Democrat Education
The annual Ozark Ham and Turkey Festival was held Saturday, Sept. 19, with many of California schools musical children performing on the North Stage performances.
All pies will be homemade and Kent Embry will be the auctioneer.
Approximately 230 students in kindergarten through 12th grade arrived at Jamestown bright and early Monday, Aug. 17. Superintendent Ellen Ash and Principal Matt McDannold were on hand welcoming all the students back to school.
New to freshmen registration this year were the student-led tours.
Missouri students did well on last spring's math and English language arts MAP (Missouri Assessment Program) tests.
The budget for the 2016-17 school year was a primary area of discussion Tuesday, June 23, at the monthly meeting of the California R-I School Board.
California Middle School students returned from a whirlwind Washington, D.C., tour taken June 20 - 23 arranged by Counselor Marcia Bibb.
A mutually-beneficial program, A+ at California High School provides graduates with college costs and gives elementary students extra one-on-one attention.
Commencement ceremonies for the California High School Class of 2015 will look and sound a bit different than in the past.
Voters in the Jamestown School District Tuesday, April 7, will be asked to approve a levy which would improve the school facilities.
The California High School National Honor Society will host its annual blood drive Wednesday, March 25. Appointments or walk-ins from the public may be made 3:30-7 p.m.
Members of the community toured the new Ag building facility, talked with FFA members and advisors and enjoyed lunch, Thursday, Feb. 26. Hot dogs, chips, beans and cookies were served from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. as part of FFA Week. The building dedication began at 12:30 p.m. with approximately 200 students, faculty, staff, school board members and community members in attendance.
After a day of learning, elementary students need to release some energy but they often have homework to do, too.
Three young people received California High School diplomas as part of the Missouri Option program at the regular California R-I School Board meeting Wednesday, Feb. 18.
A safer, larger and more efficient space will allow the California High School FFA and agricultural programs to better meet the needs of its continuously increasing enrollment.