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Sundale, CVC agree to ‘Shake’ on it

K-8 elementary in Tulare, private middle school in Visalia seeking volunteers to help with The Amazing Shake life skills competition By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for the Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – Central Valley Christian (CVC) Middle School in Visalia is looking for a few adult volunteers. Sundale School in Tulare could use a couple, too. You […]

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Mt. Whitney puts a bow on band funds

Mt. Whitney Band Boosters volunteers raise funds by wrapping Christmas gifts at the Visalia Mall By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – For the past five years, the MWBB has helped put a wrap on Christmas. Through a location near the food court inside the Visalia Mall provided by the mall to them, […]

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Students fired up about ‘Dragons’

Visalia Unified board approves students’ pick of Denton Dragons for new elementary school @TheSunGazette VISAIA – Dragons have long captured the imagination of children and their fascination with fantastical creatures. So it was no surprise that dragons was the student pick for the mascot of Visalia Unified School District’s newest school being built at the […]

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CVC to construct new shop building

17,000 sq. ft. facility will include metal shop, wood shop, and art classes at Central Valley Christian @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A Visalia school is planning to build a gigantic multi-purpose room for shop classes and not one cent will be built with bond money from Measure A. On Nov. 13, the Visalia Planning Commission unanimously […]

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‘HOPE’ for children of Native Americans

Project HOPE grant provides funds for Dept. of Ed, California tribes to address disparities in early learning and child care @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO — California is home to more American Indians than any other state in the country, but the state’s tribal population has lower median income, lower graduation rates, lower access to state’s early childhood […]

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Exeter FFA among nation’s elite programs

Six Exeter FFA students compete at the national level at FFA Convention in Indianapolis By Lauren McEwen, Exeter FFA Chapter Reporter INDIANAPOLIS – Fourteen students and two advisers from the Exeter FFA Chapter had the opportunity to attend the 91st National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana during the fourth week of October. As stated by […]

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Exeter Branch Library offering code club for children, teens

Code Club was funded by two grants; an Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Code Club grant and the Developing MakerSpace in Libraries throughout California grant @TheSunGazette EXETER – The Exeter Branch Library proudly presents Code Club on Wednesdays from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Coding is a form of computer programming. Through coding, children […]

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Stanford studies student growth in Lindsay

J.J. Cairns is focus of Stanford University study attempting to measure social, emotional growth in high school students By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LINDSAY – Mario Rodriguez is a quiet and proud Lindsay learner. He makes eye contact as he shakes hands, listening intently to what you have to say and says very little in return. […]

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Monarch Cousins head to next level competition

Corinne and Jaykob Acosta sign to compete at Fresno Pacific and CSU Bakersfield By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – Cousins Corinne Acosta and Jaykob Acosta have been powerhouses for Monarch athletics in recent years, but now both are headed to compete in college after signing national letters of intent on Friday, Nov. 16. Corinne will […]

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Visalia Unified’s Measure A is passing, but not by much

Visalia Unified’s $105 million school bond is leading by just 500 votes By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – About half of the candidates for school board were undecided and the Visalia area seemed split on whether Visalia Unified School District needed to pass a second bond measure in six years. And those sentiments seemed to […]

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