Humboldt Unified School Superintendent John Pothast earned high ratings in his evaluation conducted last month with a report delivered to the public at the Governing Board meeting Tuesday night, Jan. 12.
The teen and young adult years are all about anticipation and angst; self-discovery and self-doubt.
At the start of every Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board meeting, the board opens with “Celebrating Successes” where one of the district’s 10 schools is able to recognize the stars of their school — a certified faculty member, a classified or support, staff member and a volunteer.
In her first year at Granville Elementary, Principal Christine Griffin remembers the day she dragged in a shelf to put some of her things on when she was traveling between classrooms.
Prescott Unified School District’s return to school plan remains a week-to-week determination based on area and state health metrics, with Feb. 1 the earliest leaders expect to offer any in-person instruction.
The Humboldt Unified School District community’s temperature over reopening schools amid still rising cases of COVID-19 has moved way past the boiling point.
Tri-City College Preparatory founder and Director Mary Ellen Halvorson is a strong believer that embracing diversity in education is part of American culture today.
Amid a tug-of-war between teachers concerned about returning to the classroom given rising COVID-19 cases and parents eager to have their children back in classroom, Humboldt Unified School District’s K-8 schools opened for in-person instruction on Monday.
Rebecca Cooley’s more- than-three-decade tenure with the Humboldt Unified School District started as a parent helper in 1986 at Lake Valley Elementary, then the district’s only such school.
The Prescott VA was so poised and prepared for distribution of COVID-19 vaccines that as of Thursday, Jan. 7, the medical center managed to vaccinate 502 employees and 188 hospitalized and outpatient veterans, according to the VA’s medical leaders.