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EGUSD selected for statewide Common Core State Standards grant

EGUSD selected for statewide Common Core State Standards grant

The Elk Grove Unified School District has been selected as a recipient of a Math in Common grant from the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation to support EGUSD’s faithful implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Mathematics for K-8 students.

Valley High School student wins Elk Grove Auto Mall Graduating Seniors Attendance Drive

Valley High School student wins Elk Grove Auto Mall Graduating Seniors Attendance Drive

At the beginning, there were ten finalists but in the end, there could only be one winner.

Joua Lee of Valley High School selected the lucky key, starting a Toyota Corolla and winning the $20,000 grand prize in the Elk Grove Auto Mall 2012/2013 Graduating Seniors Attendance Drive.  The $20,000 grand prize is to be used towards the purchase of a vehicle at the Elk Grove Auto Mall.  The nine runners-up each received a $100 VISA gift card.

Student disrespect towards lunch ladies causing frustration in lunchroom

Student disrespect towards lunch ladies causing frustration in lunchroom

Cafeteria

Hiram Johnson High School’s cafeteria supervisor Suzie Holquin has been disrespected before and she thinks it’s unfair and wants none of it.

“I want zero tolerance on it. We provide healthy meals for them and they get out of context,” Holquin said.

When students disrespect Holquin she responds calmly.

“I take it in calmly and listen to what the students say but if they don’t listen we call campus safety which has had to happen before.”

Holquin doesn’t like her coworkers feeling unsafe because of students showing disrespect towards her and her workers.

“I don’t want my ladies to be scared to serve students. I do have one lady who was scared for her life. I don’t find that fair when we serve students.”

There have been incidents where she actually had to call campus safety because of the student’s behavior... Read More

Special "Writing from Within" Workshop this Saturday!

Special "Writing from Within" Workshop this Saturday!

Have you ever wanted to document your life story?  Or learn to write with more skill and style?  Or even see your place in the world from a fresh perspective?  Now is your chance to improve your writing skills and potentially even turn your life stories into published novels and screenplays during a special “Writing from Within” workshop offered by Bernard Selling this Saturday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to noon at the City of West Sacramento Community Center.  

An accomplished writer, director, producer and writing teacher, Selling has a successfully written, produced and directed award-winning documentary and short fiction films based on stories by American authors.

Mother's Day Art Workshop

Mother's Day Art Workshop
Mother's Day Art Workshop
05-11-2013 - 05-11-2013
 
Adventures In Painting
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Admission: Individual $35 Two People $60
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Toby Johnson Middle School teacher selected for 2013 Summer Fellowship in Korean Studies for America

Toby Johnson Middle School teacher selected for 2013 Summer Fellowship in Korean Studies for America

Arlis Groves, a social science teacher at Toby Johnson Middle School, has been selected to attend the 2013 Summer Fellowship in Korean Studies for American Educators, sponsored by the Korea Society in partnership with the Korea Foundation and the Freeman Foundation.

Groves will participate in a 12-day, expenses-paid study tour of Korea during which fellows will visit a high school, museums and sites of historical and cultural interest.  Lectures on Korean history, culture, politics, economics, arts and language will be provided by university faculty.  The fellowship, which runs from June 26 to July 7, is open to middle and high school social studies and world history teachers.