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A graduate’s message to her Class of 2015

Posted on June 5, 2015
A graduate's message to her Class of 2015

Jade Garcia, one of Creekside High School’s two Students of the Year, delivered this speech to her graduating class: “High School.... Continue

A promising start for The Class of 2019

Posted on May 28, 2015
A promising start for The Class of 2019

John Kelly | Special to the Sun As a birthday gift to myself this year I spoke at “Career Day” at Adele Harrison Middle School... Continue

Dunbar Do-Right

Posted on May 13, 2015
Dunbar Do-Right

Dunbar School’s Sofia Girguis plays Sheriff Rimshot in “Wrongful Doings at Woeful Ranch,” the school’s 23rd annual melodrama... Continue

Extra effort for earthquake relief

Posted on May 11, 2015
Extra effort for earthquake relief

Estelle Wood, age 2, washes a bike, one of many activities that helped the students of Sonoma’s Moldovan Academy raise $1,283.83... Continue

Pipeline to bring recycled water to school playing fields

Posted on May 8, 2015
Pipeline to bring recycled water to school playing fields

The Sonoma Valley County Sanitation District plans to construct a pipeline to provide recycled water to to irrigate playing fields... Continue

Republic of Thrift donates $5,500 to local schools

Posted on May 8, 2015
Republic of Thrift donates $5,500 to local schools

Republic of Thrift, a thrift store located in the Springs, has donated $5,500 to Sonoma Valley Unified Schools. Each school will receive... Continue

Making finance of interest to kids

Posted on May 1, 2015
Making finance of interest to kids

Union Bank volunteers Molly Fedorchak, Senior Community Relations Manager, and Robin Gold, Sonoma Branch Manager, teach the final... Continue

Imagining a better high school

Posted on March 13, 2015
Imagining a better high school

Seeking public input on a master plan for Sonoma Valley High School, the School District will host a community meeting on campus Thursday,... Continue

Essay winner: what makes America unique

Posted on August 22, 2013
Essay winner: what makes America unique

Gregory Papadin is the winner of the 2013 essay contest sponsored by Sonoma Valley Repulican Women Federated. The teenager, off to... Continue

Boosting student activities at Sonoma High

Posted on August 8, 2013
Boosting student activities at Sonoma High

Veronica Brooks, co-president of the Sonoma Valley High School Boosters, starts another year of fundraising to support 40 student activity... Continue