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Student leads the way into the 21st Century

Ben Madison may look like an ordinary high school student but after spending any length of time with the smiling senior and you will soon find that he is anything but ordinary. Having only attended Exeter Union High School for two years, Madison was quickly recruited by the district for his expertise in all things […]

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Check out these young authors

Over 675 elementary and middle school students will display their writings at the annual Young Authors’ Faire, a free event which is open to the public. The students, representing 21 Tulare County schools, worked alone or in groups to produce 325 print and digital books this year. The books are on display this week in […]

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Bringing their ‘A’ game

Sixteen years ago Farmersville High School was built allowing students to go to a high school in their own town for the first time in the city’s history. Now the Farmersville Unified School District is preparing its first major upgrade to the campus since it opened in 1999. Two-thirds of Farmersville voters approved Measure A, […]

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Spelling Bee to bring its ‘A’ game

The public is invited to the 16th Annual Tulare County Spelling Championship. The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. today, February 25, in the Exhibit Hall of the Visalia Convention Center at 303 E. Acequia St. in downtown Visalia. At this time, 125 public and private schools are sending up to two of their best spellers to the competition. […]

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Good Morning, Monarchs!

Every Friday staff and students of Exeter Union High School start their morning by watching the weekly broadcast of Exeter Student News (ESN). “Live from Exeter, it’s ESN!” can be heard throughout the high school campus as well as from the district office. Eight students work together to create a weekly five minute broadcast that […]

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Sweet victory for chess in Farmersville

While their elementary school classmates were busy tasting all of the candy from Valentine’s Day, Farmersville’s Chess Club was savoring the taste of victory. On Feb. 14, Farmersville’s best chess players competed in the West Fresno Chess Tournament. Chess Director and Snowden Chess Coach Jodie Faiman said both the grades 2-3 team from Snowden Elementary […]

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Take Notes

LUSD holds K registration day on March 3 Lindsay Unified School District will be holding the 2015-2016 Kindergarten Registration on Tuesday, March 3rd from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Wednesday, March 4 from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Lindsay Unified School District Office, 371 E. Hermosa St. in Lindsay. Kindergarten registration packets are […]

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Downhill Racing

Exeter saw some intense downhill racing last month but not the kind that involves powerful engines or skiing on the slopes. Exeter Cub Scout Pack 309 held its annual Pinewood Derby race on Jan. 24. It was an exciting day of racing, music, friends, family and treats galore for the local scouts. Race day began with […]

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School Rule

School board meetings are held on the following dates: Exeter Unified 5 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month at the Board Room, 215 N. Crespi Ave. 592-9421. Farmersville Unified 6:45 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at the district office, 571 E. Citrus. 592-2010. Lindsay Unified 6 p.m. on […]

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National Teacher of the Year visits Tulare co.

Educators who have watched lessons on the Teaching Channel have probably seen Sarah Brown Wessling. The 2010 National Teacher of the Year and host of the PBS show Teaching Channel Presents is a regular host and presenter on the web-based resource. On February 25, Ms. Wessling will be in Tulare County for a full-day seminar being hosted by the Tulare-Kings […]

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