May 25, 2018

Awards and grants bestowed on local teachers

  • Superintendent Robert Haley with Valerie Moran - secondary, Vera Blanquie EF President and Ryan Kurada - elementary winners of the 21st Century Award at May 16th's award and grants events organized by the Education Foundation of Rohnert Park. Robert Grant

The grant process begins with a teacher or administrator submitting a written proposal. The Grant Committee Facilitator assigns each grant a number so it will remain anonymous of the grant writer and school site.

 

Cotati roads scheduled for a facelift

“The city council is continuing to aggressively prioritize road work as we move forward,” says O’Bid.

Memorial Day means seat belt enforcement

Seat belt usage is the focus of the Memorial Day MEP, which will run from 6 p.m. on Friday, May 25, to midnight Monday, May 28.

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Sports

Softball player makes her mark on baseball team

Worden, who grew up in Cabo San Lucas, has been involved in the world of sports her whole life with her mother and the soccer centered sports culture of Mexico encouraging her to learn and thrive as a soccer player.

Magnified

A small but mighty local non-profit

The organization serves those who are working to protect and heal children and families. They work to optimize established programs and services so that children, families and communities are served in a holistic way based on best practices and current research. For every one person served by CIR, hundreds more are reached.

 

Community

Arts Education Innovation Grants awarded

Funded arts programs will create hands-on learning experiences in a variety of arts disciplines, such as performing music with ukuleles and orchestral instruments and exploring materials and techniques in a teen visual art lounge.

Poll

Do you think Cotati roads need a facelift?
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