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School district wants your input

The Loomis Union School District wants to know would like to know what you think. The district is reaching out to parents, staff and community members via an online survey on the ...

Loomis Union, teachers talk contract

The Loomis Union School District has begun contract negotiations with the teachers’ union in anticipation of continued state cuts to education. The Loomis Teachers Association an ...

Pink slips coming for Loomis teachers?

Pink slips are on the horizon as the Loomis Union School District prepares to budget for the upcoming school year. The state has directed schools to plan for the worst – the def ...

Cowpoke Foudation gives back to community

Bert and Carol Braun, of the Cowpoke Foundation, made a donation of $4,000 to the Breast Health Center at Sutter Roseville Medical Center last week. The Brauns are also founders of ...

Loomis Union District scores highest API in county

Local elementary schools are some of the top in Placer County, based on recent state performance scores. As a district, the Loomis Union School District advanced 13 points to an o ...

STARs shine bright in Loomis

Forty-four students in the Loomis Union School District are perfect stars. The children, who last year were in grades three to eight, all earned perfect scores on portions of their ...

Candidate paperwork pours in for local seats

The candidate slate is not quite set. While several citizens have thrown their hats in the ring to serve on Loomis Basin public agencies with open seats, the list of candidates in ...

Loomis Union reaches $14.8 million deal

The Loomis Union School District has seated a new board member and approved a budget that deficit spends by almost half a million dollars. Jeanne Duvall, of Loomis, was elected by ...

School district offices announce summer hours

The Loomis Union School District office is closed every Friday, through July 23. The office is located at 3290 Humphrey Road, next to H. Clarke Powers School. The Placer Union Hig ...

It's the last bell for 3 teachers

Marie Mulvany, Peggy Stare and Kathy Gosch are among five retiring teachers from the Loomis Union School District who have spent 160 combined years molding, influencing and impacti ...