Education

Folsom Lake College celebrates first decade

“Somebody said the other day that Folsom Lake College is ‘poised on the precipice of greatness,’” recalls Rachel Rosenthal, the community college’s p ...

From Asperger’s to Eagle Scout

Becoming an Eagle Scout for any boy is not an easy task, but for Oak Ridge senior Jordan Lee, it was even more of a challenge because he has Asperger’s Syndrome. Asperger&rs ...

Kashkari wows ‘em in EDH

Neel Kashkari showed last week in El Dorado Hills that no matter how long the odds are against him in his race for governor, he knows how to work a room. The Republican challenger ...

Cedar Springs Waldorf School celebrates 25 years

What began 25 years ago as a small group of parents concerned about the quality of their children’s education has transformed into the Cedar Springs Waldorf School; offering ...

Inmates graduate with job certifications

Recently 55 female offenders at the Folsom Women’s Facility received certifications during graduation ceremonies after completing programs through the California Prison Indus ...

Hands4Hope aims to help county’s needy kids

This summer Hands4Hope held its first School Supply Drive to benefit children in need in El Dorado County. In the weeks leading up to the start of the 2014-15 school year, Hands4H ...

El Dorado students deconstruct debate

In the moments leading up to the showdown, the room buzzed with energy, anticipation and a little uncertainty. The live televised gubernatorial debate from Sacramento between Gov. ...

Folsom High senior wins congressional app contest

Matthew Merrill, a senior at Folsom High School, won first place in the “House App Contest” in Sacramento County, which is a congressional competition sponsored by Rep. ...

Food for Thought raises funds to support local schools

The Folsom Cordova Education Foundation will hold its third annual Food for Thought fundraiser benefiting local school programs from 6:30 -9:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Pall ...