School bulletin: Adelante hosts career fair

Dry Creek schools earn honor roll title
By: Sena Christian, The Press Tribune
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Adelante hosts career fair

Adelante High School hosted its annual career fair May 18, with several vendors in attendance, including representatives from Chase bank, Placer County District Attorney's Office, Telefunken, U.S. Marines and Air Force and Universal Technical Institute. There were also several workshops, including on how to dress for success.

Dry Creek schools earn honor

Coyote Ridge Elementary School and Quail Glen Elementary School, both in the Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District, were selected as 2011 Honor Roll Schools by the California Business for Education Excellence. They were two of 1,614 public schools in California to earn the title. These schools have demonstrated consistent high levels of student academic achievement, improvement in achievement levels over time and reduction in achievement gaps among student populations.

GBHS kids learn business skills

Students in Granite Bay High School's business concepts class gained hands-on experience by participating in an industry-education partnership with Folsom Chevrolet May 23, when they operated a simulated dealership on campus. Students staffed business, finance and insurance, sales, parts and service departments. Their peers acted as customers. Folsom Chevrolet provided the class with a $1,600 budget to operate the simulated dealership.

Creekview donates most money to cancer research

Creekview Ranch Middle School in Roseville raised the most money in the greater Sacramento area for the Pennies for Patients coin drive this spring to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The campus of 650 students collected $8,644. The third-place school was Blue Oaks Elementary School and fourth-place was Diamond Creek Elementary School, both in Roseville. Woodcreek High School was the fifth-ranked at $5,451 raised.

Denio's awards three scholarships

Denio's Roseville Farmers Market and Swap Meet awarded three scholarships as part of its 2012 Youth Scholarship Program. Choy Saetern, Kurtis Stamm and Nicholas Carrasco, all current Denio's employees, were awarded $1,000 to help offset college expenses at a ceremony May 17. The annual award is given to young employees who succeed in the classroom, show initiative, are active in community service and work at Denio's. All three winners attend Highlands High School in North Highlands.

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