School boards top set Tuesday
A Governing Boards Summit featuring Salinas area school districts and hosted by the Hartnell College Board of Trustees is set at 5 pm Tuesday. The summit will certainly evaluate what collaborations and collaborations are currently in place in between the many boards that influence student accomplishment. New collaborations likewise will be talked about. The Monterey County School Boards Association is co-sponsoring the event.
The top will certainly be held on the Hartnell Main School, Structure C, Space 124 (Steinbeck Hall) 411 Central Ave., Salinas
Online: See the the program at boarddocs.com/ca/hccd/Board.nsf. Click on Enter Public Website.
CSUMB sophomore wins distinguished award
Cal State Monterey Bay sophomore Jesus Ochoa Perez is a recipient of a CSU Trustees Award for Impressive Accomplishment. He and the other award winners were honored last week in Long Beach.
Awardees need to demonstrate superior scholastic efficiency, personal achievements, neighborhood service and financial requirement. Numerous of the honorees have dominated in the face of impairment, language and cultural barriers, extreme personal loss or homelessness, according to a newsa press release.
Jesus is from a migrant farmworker family from Mexico now residing in east Salinas. He is a mathematics major with a 4.0 grade-point average. He tutors first-graders in mathematics and is a volunteer youth soccer coach.
One student from each school is recognized with the Trustees Award. They are nominated by their campus presidents.
Vazquez school assistant wins scholarship
Maritza Bautista of Salinas is the first recipient of the John and Dorothy Perry Scholarship.
Bautista, a 2013 graduate of CSU Monterey Bay, will certainly get $2,000 towards getting her teaching credential.
Bautista completed her medical experience at Tiburcio Vasquez and is instructing while she remains to take online classes with CalState TEACH. She is anticipated to make a multiple subject teaching credential by December.
Teacher recruitment reasonable set Oct. 4
The 2nd Tri-County Teacher Recruitment Fair of the new school year is set for Oct. 4.
School districts that yet need to fill positions and instructors in search of jobs in the tri-county location are advised to attend.
The fair will be held from 10 am to 2 pm at the Monterey County Workplace of Education, Rooms A/B, 901 Blanco Circle, Salinas.
Online: See montereycoe.org and click on the teacher recruitment fair link.
Magazine: Cal Poly amongst best in West
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo has actually been rated the finestthe very best public-masters university in the West, according to United States Information and World Reports Americas Finest Colleges guidebook. It is the 22nd successive year the university has been so recognized.
Cal Poly ranked 10th in the magazines overall list of the Wests the most ideal universities, which consists ofthat includes 120 public and personal institutions in 15 states.
Among engineering programs, Cal Polys Industrial/Manufacturing Engineering was ranked the finest in the nation.
Cal Polys College of Engineering was called the 7th the most ideal masters and bachelors engineering program, behind Harvey Mudd College, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, and Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, in addition to the US Armed forceMilitary college, United States Air Force Academy and the US Naval Academy.
Electrical and Mechanical Engineering programs ranked No. 2 in their respective lists. Civil Engineering was 3rd.
Online: See the US News positions at usnews.com/colleges.Monterey County Checks out honors volunteers Monterey County Checks out volunteers
were recognized in a special program recently which included a pep talk from former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta. About 180 volunteers were recognized for their devotion in assisting youngsters accomplish grade level literacy abilities. If our country and our democracy are going to prosper, Panetta said, it
is essential that we provide our children the vital skill of literacy. The volunteers … are assisting protect the success of our country for this and future generations. Monterey County Reads has actually run for 18 years. More than 2,800 volunteers have checked out with
14,000 kids for nearly 112,000 hours. Info: Call 831-582-4200. Assembled and edited by Roberto M. Robledo. The Education Digest appears online and in print each Monday.
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