Trinity County after-school educators came together Jan. 27 to learn ways to implement Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) into their after school programs.
Are you a Trinity High School graduate working toward your bachelor’s degree? If you have completed at least 60 college units by the end of the current school year and will be enrolled in the 2016-2017 school year, you are eligible to apply for one of the Trinity Scholarship Foundation’s Continuing Education Scholarships. Filing deadline is March 3, 2016.
For months now, the Trinity County Office of Education has been preparing to take its STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) education on the road. It came to fruition with the first successful event held at Lewiston Elementary School on Thursday, Jan. 28.
The Trinity County Spelling Bee 2016 was held Jan. 8 at Weaverville Elementary School/Trinity Preparatory Academy with 27 students from nine different schools participating. The Bee is sponsored by the Trinity County Office of Education.
Dream Quest invites local youth to apply for three $500 college scholarships: the Dream Quest Scholarship, the Farmer Browns/Bigfoot Supply Scholarship and the WOW (Wisdom of Women) Scholarship. Interested students should contact Dream Quest for application form. Deadline for submission is April 15.
Designing just about anything they can imagine on a computer, then watching with amazement as their ideas are processed into 3D reality before their eyes and into their hands, students at Weaverville Elementary School have a new classroom obsession.
Homero Enrique Guerrero-Angel
The American Heart Association has certified fresh Anjou pears as a heart healthy food.