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School Districts begins ‘Smarter’ testing

“The following is the beginning of a story that a student is writing for a class assignment. The story needs more details and an ending. Read the beginning of the story and then complete the task that follows: Oliver’s Big Splash Oliver was a dog that lived in a small town near a lake. He […]

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WUSD begins former bond projects

The centerpiece of Woodlake Unified School District’s 2008 bond measure was the multi-million-dollar renovation of Painter-Robinson Stadium. It included paving beneath and around the concession and home bleacher stands, installing a new, all-weather track, erecting new stadium lights, adding event pits for track and field and leveling and reseeding the field. It was also meant […]

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Positive Growth

Gardening is easy if you have the right mix of care and patience. Sunlight, water and soil do most of the work but it is up to the gardener to supply these crucial elements in the right combination and the right time. In a way, being a gardener is a lot like being a teacher. […]

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Read for Life offers cast to seniors

Read for Life is in search of graduating high school seniors to apply for its “Pass the Word” for literacy student scholarship award by Friday, May 1. Students interested in applying for this award must have volunteered or been involved in projects and/or activities that have promoted, encouraged, or improved literacy in Tulare County within […]

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Little Lambs Preschool to host Christian After-School program Little Lambs Preschool will be holding Afterschool Christian Enrichment (ACE) program for kindergartners from 2:15–5 p.m. Students will be able to participate in a professionally taught music program as well as attend weekly chapel lead by Pastor Michael. Transportation is included. It is the purpose of Little […]

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A STEMulating experience

March 14 held great significance for both future scientists and science enthusiasts alike. Not only did the day mark international Pi Day (3.14159…) but TCOE hosted the county’s first annual STEM Expo. The community came out in droves to celebrate everything about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Parents, students, teachers, local businesses and community […]

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Exeter is reading friendly

Who doesn’t love the smell of an old book or the feel of crisp paper being rubbed between their thumb and forefinger. For book lovers in Exeter the chance to add to your ever growing book collection will be coming to a library near you. On Tuesday, March 24 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., […]

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TCOE holds 31st Annual Poetry & Prose program March 16-26 in Visalia The Annual Poetry & Prose On Stage program is scheduled for March 16, 17, 19, 23, 25 & 26 in the Tulare County Office of Education building located at 2637 West Burrel in Visalia. This countywide oral interpretation event for students in grades K-8 provides an opportunity […]

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FHS girls basketball wins academic title

Farmersville High School’s girls basketball team finished just 3-7 in the East Sierra League and far from the Valley Title game at Selland Arena. But their hardwork in classroom has paid off with another kind of valley title. The Aztecs were recognized as the Central Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Central Section Academic Champions by the Farmersville […]

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High schoolers impact youth in Exeter

High school can be a challenging time for many teens. The pressure to fit in, to succeed and to develop into a productive young adults can be over whelming. With that in mind Tulare County Office of Education (TCOE) began a peer transition program for middle school students on the verge of becoming high school […]

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