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Governor Newsom Issues Proclamation Declaring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Posted by: News_Desk on 01/16/2021 12:19 PM
Sacramento, CA... Governor Gavin Newsom today issued a proclamation declaring January 15, 2021, as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in the State of California.

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“Calaveras Mentoring Celebrates National Mentoring Month”

Posted by: News_Desk on 01/07/2021 10:43 PM
Angels Camp, CA... January is National Mentoring Month, the annual campaign aimed at expanding quality mentoring opportunities to connect more of our country’s young people with caring adults. This year, Calaveras Mentoring is celebrating with a social media campaign showcasing all of the opportunities to join Calaveras Mentoring programs.


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Governor Newsom Unveils California’s Safe Schools for All Plan

Posted by: News_Desk on 12/30/2020 12:39 PM
Sacramento, CA... Governor Gavin Newsom today released the State Safe Schools for All plan, California’s framework to support schools to continue operating safely in-person and to expand the number of schools safely resuming in-person instruction. Informed by growing evidence of the decreased risks and increased benefits of in-person instruction  especially for our youngest students – Governor Newsom is advancing a strategy that will help create safe learning environments for students and safe workplaces for educators and other school staff. The plan was developed in partnership with the Legislature, and the Governor will propose an early action package to ensure schools have the resources necessary to successfully implement key safety precautions and mitigation measures. Components of the plan will be launched in the coming weeks.

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Executive Order on Expanding Educational Opportunity Through School Choice

Posted by: thepinetree on 12/28/2020 02:21 PM
Washington, DC...By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, and in order to ensure the education, health, safety, and well-being of America’s children, our most essential resource upon which the future of our great Nation depends, it is hereby ordered as follows:



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“Stakeholder Collaboration Key to Healthcare Workforce Expansion” (Pre-Covid Photo)

Posted by: News_Desk on 12/15/2020 09:59 PM
San Andreas, CA... Calaveras county has been designated a ‘professional shortage area’, where the ratio of the population to the number of health care providers is over 60% higher than in other California counties. Local stakeholder, Mark Twain Medical Center (MTMC), recognizes the importance of supporting the programs offered to youth who are considering a career in healthcare.



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Columbia College Graduates Fire Academy Students

Posted by: thepinetree on 12/10/2020 11:12 PM
Columbia, CA...Columbia College’s Fire Academy would like to announce the graduation and Certificates of Completion to the successful students of the Fire Technology Program.  The certificates are awarded based on the student’s successful completion of the academic and manipulative training as mandated for a California Firefighter 1 Certification. The students must still complete six months of full-time or one year of part-time field experience before applying to the state for Firefighter I Certification. “Some of the graduates will apply or continue with reserve, intern, and volunteer in positions at local fire departments since entering the academy” said Chief Shane Warner, Columbia College Fire Technology Program Coordinator/Instructor.  “Some of the students have already applied through a standard application process for seasonal employment with CAL Fire, Forest Service, and local fire agencies” said Instructor Andy VanHoogmoed.

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Columbia College Cancels Claim Jumper Athletic Competition Through June 2021

Posted by: thepinetree on 12/07/2020 10:50 AM
Columbia, CA...Growing safety concerns surrounding COVID-19 and Tuolumne County’s inclusion in the recent Regional Stay Home Order have led to the cancellation of Columbia College volleyball and basketball through the spring of 2021. We remain hopeful that the 2021-2022 season will bring Athletics back to the Oak Pavilion and the community will be there to support our dedicated athletes.

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The December 8th, 2020 CUSD Board Meeting Agenda

Posted by: News_Desk on 12/03/2020 09:29 PM
San Andreas, CA... The Mission of the Calaveras Unified School District is to partner with its families and communities in order to graduate all students as engaged, responsible and skilled citizens enabling them to achieve personal success.

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Training Exercise on November 21 for Calaveras Animal Disaster Service

Posted by: thepinetree on 11/20/2020 11:28 AM
San Andreas, CA...CADS will be conducting a Trailering & Communication Exercise on Nov 21 from 10am ~ noon. CADS responding team of trailers and vehicles will stage in San Andreas and will caravan through Glencoe and Wilseyville then return through Mountain Ranch to the staging area, checking radio communication along the route. If you're interested in meeting our team, finding out what we do, or volunteering to help animals, message us for more details.


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Research Shows ‘Extremely Aggressive’ Internet Censorship Spreading in World’s Democracies

Posted by: thepinetree on 11/19/2020 05:23 PM
Ann Arbor, MI...The largest collection of public internet censorship data ever compiled shows that even citizens of what are considered the world’s freest countries aren’t safe from internet censorship.  The University of Michigan team used its own Censored Planet tool, an automated censorship tracking system launched in 2018, to collect more than 21 billion measurements over 20 months in 221 countries. They recently presented a paper on the findings at the 2020 ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security.


Roya Ensafi, CSE Research Assistant Professor, uses her computing system, Censored Planet, in the Bob and Betty Beyster Building on September 10, 2018. The system continuously monitors internet censorship by utilizing public servers around the world to monitor and report when website access is blocked in specific countries. Photo: Joseph Xu/Michigan Engineering, Communications & Marketing
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