Comstock's magazine 0519 - May 2019 - Page 17

ON THE WEB ONLY get social Read the full stories at Comstock's magazine We recently wrote about how a school district can provide adequate oversight if a charter school isn't in its own backyard. Loopholes & Violations Learning the Right Notes Rebecca Camacho I suspect that many local districts hold charter schools to standards that their own district does not meet, in an effort to reduce competition for students and money. by Steven Martarano The Sacramento Blue Society’s 15-year-old Blues in Schools program helps keep an aging local blues scene alive with a youthful and passionate presence, assisting young artists while they gain a foothold in the industry. The showcase concert this year is May 2 at Stoney’s Rockin’ Rodeo in Sacramento. Here's What I Learned in Balancing a Career and Motherhood @Glennsmom1 Inspiring article... kudos to @SAFEcu for having a awesome employee program for parents. Rising Tide in Lodi by Daniel Barnes High Water Brewing, after eight years on the road as a “contract” brewery, has finally found a home, a large taproom and restaurant inside a renovated warehouse 1 mile from Lodi’s downtown, adding to the booming beer scene there. The facility includes a 5,000-square-foot beer garden, as well as small-batch wine and spirits, courtesy of onsite tenant Delta Artisan. 94 @comstocksmag April 2019: The #blockchain Wave — out on shelves now. @Simoneviannadesigner Got mine in the mail and can't wait to read it!! Thank you @ comstocksmag for all you do to our community. May 2019 | 17