Tag Archives | Inyo County Office of Education

Round Valley JESD Supt. Karen Marshal with Honeree Rebecca Aquilera and family

ICOE honors Community Star Awards recipients

By Charles James Last month, the Inyo County Board of Education and the new Inyo County Superintendent of Schools, Barry Simpson, held its  2019 Community Star Awards in the McAteer Community Room at Cerro Coso College. The annual event, held this year on May 9th, honored parents, community members, business owners, Northern Inyo Hospital, Trout […]

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Lynne A. Clark: 1954-2019

LYNNE A. CLARK 1954-2019 Born Lynne Ann Andreycak on June 11, 1954 in Bayonne, New Jersey, to Peter and Eileen Andreycak. Lynne died peacefully in her home on March 13, after a four-year battle with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. (a.k.a. Lou Gehrig’s Disease or ALS). Lynne moved with her family to Fullerton, California, in 1963. She […]

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Inyo Grand Jury reports on Inyo County Office of Education

By Deb Murphy The 2015-16 Inyo County Grand Jury report zeroed in on the Inyo County Office of Education addressing concerns related to the management agreement between YouthBuild Charter Schools in Southern California and Superintendent Terry McAteer as well as how the funds from that agreement were spent. The bottom line: The Jury recommended some […]

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‘Innovate Inyo’ highlights top teens

By Deb Murphy Capitalism is alive and well in Inyo County. The next, or even current, generation of entrepreneurs were in the spotlight Tuesday evening for Innovate Inyo, a program of the Inyo County Office of Education that introduces teens to the intricacies of developing ideas for new businesses and the planning that goes along […]

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Superintendent Terry McAteer

Inyo County students getting new computers

By Deb Murphy Computers, teacher certification and furniture got top billing at Tuesday’s Inyo County Office of Education Board of Directors meeting. With the distribution of new Chrome Books in the next two weeks, every Inyo County student will have their own computer. The program started four years ago with age-appropriate devices for the early […]

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