Next Board of Trustees Meeting June 20, 2013
Online Bidding Information for Glick Painting
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Make Dreams Real
John and Bonnie Booker - Advisory Committee Members for the "Make Dream Real" Endowment Fund - presented a check in the amount of $10,000 to the Empire Union School District at the March 7th Board Meeting. "Make Dreams Real” is currently committed to supporting the Outdoor Education programs at the following school districts: Empire, Stanislaus, Riverbank and Salida by way of a matching grant. Mr. & Mrs. Booker pose with 6th grade students from Hughes Elementary School who will be attending the Outdoor Education Program this spring.
Hughes School students, Star Wong, Keisha Lopez, and Alexis Kangas (pictured left to right) recently spoke at a EUSD Board meeting about their experiences with service learning and how the Boyett grant helped them towards funding Outdoor Education. All three noted that they thought the experience was beneficial and they liked knowing that they had earned part of the money needed for the experience.
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Congratulations to the following Hughes students who participated in the 2013 Stanislaus County Elementary Science Olympiad: Esmeralda Guerrero, 4th grade; Vianca Bowers, 4th grade; Ishy Tovar, 4th grade; Stormy Tefertiller, 4th grade; Ceasar Gonzalez, 5th grade; Jayesh Prakash, 5th grade; Gabriela Gatica Lizola, 5th grade; Tyler Wedel, 5th grade; Rodney Prasad, 5th grade; Juan Perez, 5th grade; Nahram Benjamin, 5th grade; Bella Jauregui, 5th grade; Kayla Rattananai, 5th grade; Cody Dysart, 6th grade; Kassy Hernandez, 6th grade, Ignacio Valdez; 6th grade; Bailee Garber, 6th grade; and Isaac Flores, 6th grade. The students were coached by Hughes teacher Kathy Chong.
Glick 8th grade students Samuel Gerber and Jennifer Villalpando were chosen to receive the annual American Legion School Award Medal for Citizenship and Service, the highest honor awarded to our youth by the American Legion. Both students were selected to receive this award because they exhibit advanced development in the qualities of courage, honor, leadership, patriotism, scholarship and service. The students will be honored at a special dinner and award ceremony scheduled for May 14th.