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Financial literacy seminars offered by SVTS and local bankers

Posted on February 16, 2012
Financial literacy seminars offered by SVTS and local bankers

Omar Barrigan, a U.S. Bank personal banker, answers a question from Ari Encarnacion during the recently held financial literacy seminar... Continue

Mood somber as school board approves cuts for 2012-2013

Posted on January 26, 2012
Mood somber as school board approves cuts for 2012-2013

In the end, the cuts came down as planned and not one single person in the room was happy about it. At stake? Some $2.6 million in... Continue

Financial literacy seminar offered for teens

Posted on January 26, 2012
Financial literacy seminar offered for teens

Local bank managers will team up the Sonoma Valley Teen Services to offer a series of financial literacy seminars fo teens. Pictured... Continue

Youth of the Year to be selected

Posted on December 8, 2011
Youth of the Year to be selected

The Boys & Girls Clubs 2011 Youth of the Year candidates are, from left to right: Gemma Bolaños, Anelyn Burquez, Ely Hernandez... Continue

Wizbots move on to regional championships

Posted on December 1, 2011
Wizbots move on to regional championships

The Wizbotz team found success at a First Lego League competition recently. They are, from left to right, top row: Andrew Powers,... Continue

The Presentation School approach

Posted on November 17, 2011
The Presentation School approach

Eighth graders from the Presentation School visited the migrant worker camp run by La Luz. The students interviewed the workers in... Continue

Science anyone?

Posted on November 10, 2011
Science anyone?

he Lego Robotics table during Infineon’s Discovery Day was a big hit with children of all ages who gathered to battle incredible... Continue

School gardens take root, Part 2

Posted on November 4, 2011
School gardens take root, Part 2

Dunbar Elementary students harvest peppers in anticipation of the school’s second annual harvest festival Alissa Pearce | Special... Continue

Westamerica Bank supports “Skills for Life” program

Posted on November 3, 2011
Westamerica Bank supports “Skills for Life” program

The No Name Café was the scene for a recent donation in support of Sonoma Valley Teen Services “Skills for Life” program. Westamerica... Continue

School gardens take root

Posted on October 27, 2011
School gardens take root

Alissa Pearce, the Dunbar School garden coordinator, instructs students in how to dig a trench to properly plant asparagus. Alissa... Continue