Posts Tagged as "buhach high school"

From White Marble to Brown Dirt

October 16, 2015 /

Attending GWU is a privilege, but adapting to a campus life has been a challenge. Working in the nursery, while I was the only college student there, everyone I saw at least looked like me, or like they could be an uncle or even a grandparent. GWU couldn’t be more different. Students here come from all over the world. Nearly 10 percent are international, more than the total number of Latino students enrolled in the entire school. And as far as I know, I am the only student from the Central Valley.

Building Parental Leadership in LCFF Implementation

June 10, 2015 /

As Merced schools lie within one of the poorest counties in the state, many students fit within one or more of the groups eligible for additional funding under LCFF. According to, 79% of students in Merced County are eligible for free or reduced price lunch, available for children whose family’s income is 185% or less of the federal poverty line, or about $44,000 for a family of four in 2013-2014.

Empowering New Feminists In The Central Valley, One Student At A Time

August 25, 2014 /

Ms. Delgado has become more than just a teacher to me. She’s become my tutor, mentor and inspiration. I sat down to interview Ms. Delgado about the importance of her Women’s Studies class and her inspiration for going above and beyond her professional responsibilities.