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Brian Meisenheimer, principal of Mitchell Senior Elementary School in Atwater, has been appointed to a key council of the Association of California School Administrators.
Imagine discovering you are owed $480,000 for mistakenly paying into a utility account for about 10 years. That’s what Merced Union High School District administrators experienced recently. Pacific Gas and Electric Co. gave the district a ...
Six community organizations have received $124,287 from Mercy Medical Center Merced and its parent company, Dignity Health, to continue their outreach programs, particularly those focusing on health and wellness.
Mayra Manzo loves to sing. The 9-year-old fourth-grader did a solo Wednesday as Alicia Reyes Elementary School first-graders in the class of Maria Perez rehearsed “Oh Holy Night” for this week's winter program.
Dennis Hanks of Merced was sworn in Monday as the newest member of the Merced County Board of Education. Hanks, 71, replaces the late Evelyn Eagleton on the five-member board. His term on the board from Trustee Area No. 1 runs through 2014.
Nearly a million dollars worth of computers are being ordered for Merced elementary and middle school students, paid for by state funds designated to ease the transition to common core instructional practices.
A number of area high school teachers are participating in the Silicon Valley Math Initiative, a cooperative program that will help them hone their instructional skills through new common core instructional standards.
The mission of the Merced Salvation Army Corps coincides exactly with the goals of Lt. Luke Betti, the pro tem corps officer here. “It’s serving humanity without discrimination,” Betti said. “That opportunity to help peop...
Between $128 million and $138 million in modernization needs have been identified at Merced elementary and middle schools and a bond measure of between $50 million and $60 million is feasible, Board of Education members learned Tuesday night.
Merced Union High School District trustees were at odds this week on making one of the assistant superintendent’s appointments permanent and who should hold leadership positions on the board.