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Farmersville Unified welcomes a new chief

Frank Silveira has had an outstanding career in education. For 15 years Silveira has educated valley students in and out of the classroom. He has served as a coach, teacher, vice principal, principal, and a Director of English Learning Development (ELD), and now he will serve as Farmersville Unified School Districts’ Chief Academic Officer. Silveira […]

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Lindsay woman named to Dean’s List at Cal State Monterey Bay Marilyn Ornelas, a sophomore psychology major, was named to the Dean’s List at California State University, Monterey Bay for the spring semester. The Dean’s List recognizes students who have achieved a minimum grade-point average of 3.5 for a course load of at least 12 credits. Marilyn, daughter of Leobardo and Norma Ornelas, is a […]

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Students apply creativity to architecture careers

Architecture students develop their creative and technical skills at College of the Sequoias (COS), and successfully complete A.S. degrees, go to four-year universities and find local employment, according to Rolando Gonzalez, professor of architecture, COS. “Our department offers programs in architectural education that have allowed over 100 students to successfully gain employment in architecture and […]

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A great from the greatest in history

Duffy Hudson, a Tulare County Library favorite, returns to the Visalia Library to perform his new one-man show about American hero Audie Murphy on Thursday, July 30 at 6:30 p.m. As the most decorated combat soldier of World War II, Audie Murphy received every military combat award for valor including the rarely given Medal of […]

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looking at the stars in HiDef

Looking up at the stars can be as easy as going outside on a real clear night. Although, not every time is it accompanied by an instructor identifying all the awesome ways the cosmos works. For years the Tulare County Office of Education has had a planetarium, and it has been located and relocated several […]

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Sons of Italy award 3 EUHS grads

Three local students will have some extra money in the bank for college this fall after a recent announcement. Last week, the Enrico Caruso Lodge #1463, the Visalia chapter of the Sons of Italy in America, announced two Exeter Union High School students will be receiving scholarships, including Kason Clark and Garrett Giovani for Andrew […]

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Local students make honor roll at Oregon State University Names of students who have made the Scholastic Honor Roll Spring term have been announced by Oregon State University. A total of 982 students earned straight-A (4.0). Another 3,571 earned a B-plus (3.5) or better to make the listing. To be on the Honor Roll, students […]

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Academy of Excellence

Starting August 10, College of the Sequoias will accept sign-ups for written testing for the 135th Extended Basic Law Enforcement Academy and the 136th Intensive Basic Law Enforcement Academy. Enrollment is open to all qualified individuals. Current employment with a law enforcement agency is not required. The deadline for registering for a written test date […]

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TRiO briddges education gaps for COS students

From June 15 through July 22, College of the Sequoias is hosting two groups of students motivated to take their summer vacation and spend it at the TRiO Summer Academy. The Academy’s focus is providing COS-taught, college-level courses to participating students. “This summer, we have two groups joining us at COS,” said Ricardo Marmolejo, Director […]

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TCOE’s Veenendaal to support teachers in Woodlake Unified This summer, Lisa Veenendaal joined TCOE’s Educational Resource Services (ERS) as a mathematics staff development & curriculum specialist. Ms. Veenendaal comes to ERS from the Tulare City School District where she was a math instructor and a member of the district’s math standards writing team responsible for […]

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