The first day of school at Sonora Union High School will be this upcoming Tuesday August 22nd.
Sonora High School Principle Ben Howell was Friday’s KVML “Newsmaker of the Day”.
Most public schools in Calaveras County began earlier this week. Most public schools in Tuolumne County schools start next week.
On Tuesday, August 22nd; Sonora Union High School, Soulsbyville Elementary, Curtis Creek, Jamestown, Big Oak Flat Groveland school district including Tenaya Elementary, Don Pedro and Tioga High Schools and Sonora Elementary will have their first day of school.
On Wednesday, August 23rd Summerville Union High, Summerville Elementary, Connections Academy, Columbia, Belleview, Twain Harte, Mother Lode Christian and Gold Rush Charter School will begin their classes.
Bret Harte High School and the Vallecito Union School District began school earlier this week. To the north, Calaveras Unified School District began back on July 24th. That is the only district on a year-round calendar and the students will get an extra two week break in October.
Keep in mind that school buses, students, parents and guardians will be on the roads once again.
The “Newsmaker of the Day” is heard every weekday morning at 6:45, 7:45 and 8:45 on AM 1450 and FM 102.7 KVML.