Students from three Mother Lode high schools competed in the 44th Annual event.
This year’s winning team is Summerville High School, which will receive the perpetual plaque and advance to the state competition.
“Zack is a true asset to our class and community. His hard work and commitment to excellence serve as an inspiration to us all. I am constantly impressed by his ability to tackle any challenge that comes his way and his willingness to support those around him. He is a shining example of what it means to be a dedicated student and team player,” says Paul Nelson, Zack’s teacher.
The TCSOS Main Office Building will be closed on Monday, January 30, from 8 AM to 10 AM.
TCSOS student programs and offices will be closed on Monday, February 13 and 20, in observance of Lincoln’s Birthday and Presidents’ Day.
One or more $15,000 scholarships available this year
All Tuolumne County Schools and TCSOS buildings will be closed on Monday, January 16, 2023, in observance of the holiday.
“Tyler Wine is a wonderful student who embodies the values of being accountable, respectful and engaged,” expresses teacher Bonnie Cozad. “He demonstrates responsibility across school settings and is always respectful to peers and teachers. He is committed to excellence and follows classroom and school rules. Tyler is a good friend to his classmates and never hesitates to offer a helping hand.”
The SELPA Professional Learning calendar includes content-specific academies and specialized topics
Our 2023 Board Member Workshops are open to site leadership, district leadership, and county and district board members. All sessions are available as a hybrid event, in person and virtually via Zoom.