Sep 022012

FROM THE WEST SACRAMENTO NEWS-LEDGER — Kids in grades 3-8 can get help with their homework at the “Homework Center” of the local library at 1212 Merkley Avenue. The center is open 3-6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Pre-registration is required. Call 375-6469 or visit the library to register. Copyright News-Ledger 2012

May 082012
Cash for local scholarships

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — MAY 2, 2012 — On April 20, the West Sacramento Rotary Club held its Foundation Dinner at the D.O. Mills building in Sacramento.  The RCHS Interact students served appetizers on the rooftop garden.  The students also bused tables for over 120 diners in the grand ballroom for this event.   Rotary […]

Jan 302012

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — It can be hard to navigate the paperwork to get financial aid for college. Assemblywoman Mariko Yamada is hosting a number of “Cash for College” workshops to help college-bound students connect with financial aid. The workshops will include help applying for Cal Grants and filling out the FAFSA. In West Sacramento, […]

Jan 022012
Students, volunteers plant trees in Yolo nature preserve

NEWS-LEDGER — DEC 21, 2011 — From Beth Gabor Yolo County Information Officer On Dec. 13, the Cache Creek Conservancy, the Sacramento Tree Foundation and the Center for Land-Based Learning partnered to plant 200 native trees and shrubs on the grounds of Yolo County’s Cache Creek Nature Preserve in Western Yolo County.  Follow up instruction […]

Nov 122011
High score for RCHS senior

NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 2, 2011 — River City High School’s Alana Csaposs has received a “letter of commendation” from the National Merit Scholarship Program. According to the school, she is among the 50,000 highest-testing students from over 1.5 million nationwide who took the PSAT last year. That test is a precursor to the SAT test […]