Cavitt Junior High School

School Bulletin: Granite Bay alumna honored by Federal Aviation Administration

Granite Bay alumna honored by Federal Aviation Administration Granite Bay High School alumna Gabriela DeFrancisci was recently named one of two outstanding students of the year by ...

Young Granite Bay swimmer is making waves

The sport of using nearly every muscle to move through a medium 700 times denser and 55 times more viscous than air has yielded swimmingly exceptional results for Spencer Richard.& ...

Granite Bay Youth Lacrosse to hold New Player Festival on June 3

Granite Bay Youth Lacrosse will hold its second New Player Festival from 3-5 p.m. Sunday at Cavitt Junior High School.The clinic is for second- through seventh-graders, costs $25 a ...

Last Chance 50 endurance run is Saturday in Roseville

The Last Chance 50 endurance event, featuring 30K, 50K and 50-mile races, is scheduled for 6:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 12. About 250 veteran and novice athletes are expected for the r ...

My Sister’s House to hold 5K run Nov. 5

My Sister’s House will hold its eighth annual 5K run Saturday, Nov. 5, at William Land Park in Sacramento. Cost is $25. More than 800 people took part in the run last year.My ...

St. Joseph Marello Parish unveils new church in Granite Bay

For nearly eight years, parishioners helped pack up their church after mass and load it into a van, which would be unpacked again the following Sunday. Since 2004, the St. Joseph ...

Sierra Nevada Endurance Run is Saturday

Runners from across the country will compete in the annual Sierra Nevada Endurance Runs today along the North Fork of the American River Canyon.There will be 12K, 25- and 50-mile e ...

Science phenoms at Cavitt Jr. High

Cavitt Junior High School students with an aptitude for engineering and robotics showcased their work during an open house May 17. The main attraction: Several Rube Goldberg machi ...

School 'challenges' students with geographic bee

Cavitt Junior High School student Karl Redmon experienced 15 minutes of fame in February, appearing as the star of his school’s National Geographic Bee competition. As winner of ...

'Cyber citizenship' class geared to parents

Handing children Internet access is like handing them keys to the car, says Joanna Jullien. Do we truly understand the consequences? Three years ago, Jullien launched “Banana M ...