Oroville High Schools Are Going Solar

Las Plumas and Oroville High will be completely powered by solar energy thanks to a $2.8 million interest-free loan from the California Energy Commission.

Oroville Union High School District will pay off the loan in 12 years, according to Superintendent Corey Willenberg. However, the district is hoping to pay off their loan with the energy savings they expect to see. The district currently spends $600,000 each year for power.

Read more at The Oroville Mercury Register.


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Curriculum

Tuesday, September 5, 2017 - 18:59

The long standing tradition of building a California mission from art materials, or assembling one from a pre-made craft store kit, will soon go the way of the dodo.

Technology

Thursday, October 12, 2017 - 18:01

The Los Angeles County Office of Education is falling on its sword and admitting it messed up when approving Long Beach Unified’s accountability plan last year.