Tag Archives: schools

Wednesday is Walk to School Day

Dust off the bike or tennies – Wednesday is national “Walk, Bike, Bus to School

Folsom Schools Score High

Many people moved to Folsom partly due to the great school system. Folsom did not

School’s in Session Vista Del Lago High School is officially open. Around 630 freshmen and

FLC Booming Summer enrollment at Folsom Lake College is starting to grow… the summer enrollment

Ready Or Not… Is Vista Del Lago ready? It better be… because 600 new students

Folsom HS Grad Drafted by Astros David Dinelli, a 2005 Folsom High School graduate, currently

Big Change Ricci Amoruso was a 305-pound freshman at Folsom High – “Big Rick” as

Folsom Teacher Fighting Cancer John Koppel, a Folsom Middle School teacher and father of 2,

Who to Vote For? It’s that time again – time for City Council elections. 3

Parent Awarded $4000 in Booster Dispute Donna Kinsella, a mother of Folsom High band members,

Finally, a “Real” College Folsom Lake College is no longer a glorified set of portable

Emma’s Place Moves Again A historic house known as Emma’s Place was moved to its

High School Groundbreaking on Thursday Vista del Lago High School, which will be Folsom’s second

Parking Woes Residents in the Prairie Oaks and North Lexington areas are at a loss

Emma’s Place Still Grounded One of the last remaining question marks to the new light

Folsom Chipping In With mounting budget cuts looming, the Folsom-Cordova School District has asked the

District Boundaries Redrawn With the explosive growth of Folsom and overcrowding of our schools, some

Warehouse Future Uncertain The future of an unsightly warehouse owned by Folsom Cordova School District

Folsom High Musical CD On Sale Folsom High School Drama and Video Production Departments are

Emma’s Place Reborn Emma’s Place, the boarded up building near Lake Natoma Bridge, has finally

Folsom High Music Lawsuit Donna Kinsella of Folsom, a parent of 3 past band members

Bulldog Charity Run Saturday The Bulldog Run For Diabetes debuts Saturday April 9, 2005 at

Jazz Festival Time It’s that time of year again… time for the 16th Annual Folsom

Lago Vista High Cleanup Scheduled Folsom citizens concerned about the asbestos cleanup at the Lago

Coming Soon… A new retail/office complex is coming in the South Folsom area, near Intel.

Folsom Families Forum Tomorrow Night Cristina Mendonsa will be hosting a “healthy families” forum from

Keep on Bloggin’ For those of you unfamiliar with the Bulldog Blog, Matt Barger is

Pipe Bomb At Sutter Middle School A student found a pipe bomb on the football

Asbestos? … Who Cares? …2 people, to be exact. After 1,700 fliers were sent out

Take the Apple Bus! It’s fall, and we all know what that means in the

Asbestos Concerns in the Hills Recently discovered asbestos (the natural forming kind) while doing preliminary

City Council Ponders Fate of 30 Acres 30 acres of land, adjacent to Folsom High

The Race Is On The campaign signs are up and Folsom residents are beginning to

Lago Vista High Construction On Hold Plans for Folsom’s new high school, Lago Vista High

Asbestos at Lago Vista High School Empire Ranch residents are a little alarmed at the

Gmitter Gets 105 Years in Prison Scott Gmitter, the former Empire Oaks elementary school teacher

Emma’s Place Finds a Home When travelling south on Lake Natoma Crossing, many saw off

Healthy Families Forum Folsom residents are invited to the 2nd annual Healthy Families Forum, on

Welcome Home, Maria McClure 21-year old Folsom soldier Maria McClure returned home from Iraq, a

Introducing… Lago Vista High School Folsom residents will not have to wait any longer in