College of the Siskiyous students and faculty gathered last week at two public forums to see who best fits the bill of new superintendent/president.
When asked what's most different about America from her hometown of Osaka, 14 year old Moe (pronounced Mo-ee) Iwaki responded, “everything.”
The newly named Sharon Stromsness Library was dedicated at Dunsmuir Elementary School and a certificate presented to her during the March 18 board of trustees meeting.
Enrollment has begun for Strawberry Valley School, a “magnet school” with a focus on arts and sciences put forward last year by Mount Shasta Union School District as an alternative to traditional classroom education.
Weed High School junior Andrew Matheson won $1,000 yesterday for his idea to create a “Teacher-To-Go App" as part of the Youth Entrepreneurship Program.
Student-produced film "How Was Your Day?" makes statements about teen suicide and encourages parents to talk with their children.
Out of more than 7,100 entries, Sisson seventh grader Kole Riccomini’s stock market essay took first place in the statewide InvestWrite contest.
A group of citizens who attended last week’s board meeting of the Siskiyou Union High School District wanted to know how each trustee feels about AB 1266, a California law meant to ensure equal rights for transgendered students.
College of the Siskiyous Foundation has opened a second thrift store in Weed. The Vintage Nest is located across from Eagle’s Nest Resale Shop on Main Street and features antiques, vintage collectibles, new home decor, furniture and art work.
Consolidation of all Mount Shasta Elementary School students to the Sisson campus isn't a step the board will jump to take unless it's absolutely necessary, said trustee Bob Winston at Monday evening's packed board meeting.
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