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Eloisa Gonzalez - Staff Reporter

Staff Reporter at The Press Democrat

eloisa.gonzalez@pressdemocrat.com
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The Latest Stories By Eloisa Gonzalez

Cesar Chavez Language Academy parents are raising money to buy plaques for an instructional aide and a first-grade student who died a month apart.
Santa Rosa City Schools has approved a plan to eliminate teaching positions to close a multimillion dollar deficit.
Redwood Adventist Academy officials had to get creative with recess after the Tubbs fire destroyed their campus, forcing them to move into a Santa Rosa church.
School officials say there’s a growing problem on campuses of students abusing the anti-anxiety drug.
Cesar Chavez Language Academy could relocate to the Abraham Lincoln Elementary School campus by 2019 under a plan proposed by Santa Rosa school officials.
Despite Gov. Jerry Brown’s pledge to provide an additional $3 billion to K-12 schools for the coming year, Sonoma County school districts face millions in spending cuts.
Books will be handed out to fire victims during the Welcome Roseland Community Celebration Jan. 20.
Sonoma County schools are already seeing students struggle with attendance, grades and behavior due to stress, the inability to focus in class and having nowhere to do homework.
Although firefighters made a stand at St. Rose Catholic School during the Tubbs fire, the campus underwent a major renovation after it flooded two weeks later.
Santa Rosa Junior College wants to build student and workforce housing on the National Guard armory site. What would it take to make it happen?
'It feels nice to be back and have a real desk again, and to see my friends and be back to normal,' said fourth-grader Caden Herring.
Santa Rosa City Schools teachers vote in favor of a new labor contract, ending nearly two years of negotiations.
At least six patrons suffered minor injuries after a car crashed into the building Sunday afternoon.
Demographers will be drafting additional boundary proposals, incorporating public input ahead of a vote next month.
No one was injured in the single-car crash early Monday.
Cardinal Newman High School held a special ceremony Monday, welcoming students back to the Santa Rosa campus after being split among four different sites after October’s wildfires.
It can be overwhelming caring for children with disabilities, but their needs sometimes can overshadow those of the siblings.
Nearly 125 Santa Rosa Junior College students quit school and another 290 dropped one or more classes in the weeks after the wildfires.
The tentative deal calls for increases in both salaries and health benefits for Santa Rosa City School teachers.
The 430 students in grades 7-12 had been split at two campuses since October.
As federal immigration authorities extend a key Obama-era program, young undocumented immigrants are girding for an uncertain future.
The 54-year-old man was booked into jail on suspicion of driving drunk and evading deputies.
A fact finder assigned by the state Public Employees Relations Board recommends the district increase teacher pay and health care benefits, although district maintains it doesn’t have the money.
Roseland Public Schools and Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified were among 447 school districts recognized across the U.S. and Canada.
Her message was simple: The University of California is accessible, affordable and welcoming, including to low-income and first-generation college students.