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Gonzalez family struggles to keep Arts alive

Gonzalez family struggles to keep Arts alive

For the past eight years Robla School District students have studied and learned to play classical violin, viola, and cello from nationally renowned Master Teacher and musician, Ms. Judy Bossuat and her team of masterful graduate students at Sacramento State University. Ms. Bossuat is a certified Suzuki Method expert in the classical music field. Third through sixth graders are exposed to and learn to appreciate a musical genre absent from their everyday life experiences. This Sac State, Robla Education Foundation, Robla School District collaboration has proven to be rewarding for more than 200 students who have participated throughout the years. Cuts in music and art programs afford students so few options to expand their knowledge in these areas or to bridge the link between academics and the arts. Of the two hundred plus elementary school students who have benefited, one committed family stands out, the Gonzalez family.

Taylor Street sends parents to their room

Taylor Street sends parents to their room

Taylor Street School is having their grand opening of their Parent Resource room. It will be there to provide a safe, caring environment for the parents and their children to go to before and after-school. The room will have parent resources, games, computers, and a book area for the family to sit and have a wonderful quiet after noon of reading.

The resource room will allow our students and parents an environment that promotes learning and family fun. It is run by parents for parents. We will often have coffee mornings to get parents together and to be a community of learners. The partnership between parents and staff will be a valuable part of the room.

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-9:00 and 2:30-3:30

Councilwoman Sheedy visits Taylor School

Councilwoman Sheedy visits Taylor School

Thursday October 27th Councilwoman Sandy Sheedy visited Taylor Street School bringing many members of the city's depatments with her to help solve issues facing the members of the Robla community and all of District 2. The Robla School district was excited to host the event and welcomes the councilwoman to visit again soon.

NEWS10 SCARATHON: Devilishly delectable drink ideas for any Halloween party

NEWS10 SCARATHON: Devilishly delectable drink ideas for any Halloween party

Beyond the costumes and candy, Halloween has become synonymous with great parties.  From Fairfield to Folsom, Natomas to North Stockton, kids and adults gather in best get-ups for good fun, good food, and great drinks.

So if you’re looking for a few creepy concoctions to add a little life (or should we say afterlife?) to your Halloween hop, we’ve assembled some recipes designed to please thirsty ghouls and goblins of all ages.

We also added a little bonus at the end, so be sure to read through the entire post:

FOR THE KIDS

Bubble, Bubble, Boil then Trouble
Stole this recipe from Dr. Frankenstein's lab.  Guard it with your life.

Ingredients: