California Democrat Education


Science curriculum reviewed by California School Board

In a followup to questions asked at the May California R-I School Board meeting about the science curriculum for the 2014-15 school year at CHS, a presentation was given by science teachers Amy Kuebler, Mike Baepler, Dennis Davis and Jamie Johnston at the June 18 meeting.

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Sharing at summer meals Expanded program growing in Russellville

Expanded program growing in Russellville

Students graduate from Westminster College

Hogan Davis, Fortuna; Sarah Koestner, Lohman, Betsy Lehman and Leigh Ann Lutz California.

JWCC’s Spring Dean List Announced

Area students on the list include Taylor Ratcliff, California.

School board questioned regarding science and math curriculum

Specifically the questions involved including earth science as a required freshman course for all students. Previously, students falling in certain criteria were allowed to opt out of earth science and go directly into one of the more advanced science courses.

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California Baccalaureate 2014

The message to the graduates, “Learn the Important Stuff,” was presented by Casey Malley, First Baptist youth pastor. The message was based on Judges 2:10-11. The topic was what success is measured on.

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CHS Class of 2014 graduates Sunday, May 18

100 of the 103 seniors taking the walk across the stage to receive the diplomas

California High School announces Pinto Strong Awards

Fourth quarter Pinto Awards announced

California Kids shares ‘Talent Show’

The California Kids performed their spring concert “Talent Show”

North Central Missouri College to hold commencement ceremonies May 10

Kelsey Marie Hight, California, Associate in Arts in Teaching.

CHS students presented with Academic Awards

There were 135 individual California High School students recognized

Grand opening and dedication of MCMC building

The Litany of Dedication was presented by the Rev. Collette Jones and Rev. Frank Hensley, following which a prayer of Thanksgiving was given by Hensley and a blessing was asked by Jones.

CHS diploma earned

Bieri earned his diploma through the Mo Option Program at CHS.

New California R-I School Board members sworn into office

There were five school board candidates vying for the three seats up for election, with one incumbent and four new candidates running.

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High Point R-III hosts Sock Hop for elementary students

High Point students enjoy old fashion fun