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Lindsay students engineer their future

By Jackie Womack @jwomack4_SGN Lindsay- A group of students from Lindsay High School’s Academy of Engineering recently took second place in a design competition held by Internnect and the Tulare County Office of Education. The contest was for the design of a new Wellness Learning Center for students, to be built behind the new TCOE […]

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Students strum guitars to honor

By Jackie Womack @jwomack4_SGN lindsay- Lindsay High School music students continue to hit the right notes at competitions. The Guitar Honor Ensemble won awards recently, as a group and for two of its soloists. The group earned first place at the Central Valley Guitar Summit at Fresno City College on April 22. And they were […]

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COS builds a championship

@TheSunGazette Tulare – Students of the College of the Sequoias architecture program brought home the win for the 2016 American Institute of Architects San Joaquin (AIASJ) chapter competition. The students won a combined total of $11,250 in scholarships on top of the First and Second place awards. The competition was to design a center for […]

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Woodlake Unified moves closer to Wi-Fi

woodlake – When students prepare their backpacks before heading home for the day after their last class, it may be filled with books, binders, and folders. However, students may be missing one of the most important tools for the 21st Century that won’t fit in their book bags, the Internet. Last month Superintendent Drew Sorenson […]

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Deep Creek Academy earns first accreditation

Farmersville – Amidst all of the resignations, superintendent turnover and employee positioning, there was a monumental moment that seemed to get lost at the Farmersville Unified School Board meeting. Just before a plaque presentation thanking Janet Jones for serving stepping in as interim superintendent, Deep Creek Academy Principal Lupe Perez proudly told the board that […]

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Local schools Step Up on the red carpet

@TheSunGazette visalia — Over 800 youth, teachers, family members and friends were on hand at Visalia’s LJ Williams Theater on Monday, May 2 to celebrate the 5th annual Step Up Youth Challenge Red Carpet Awards program. Over 20 schools were recognized for their hard work on various service-learning projects and each student team was acknowledged […]

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A Great Debater

@TheSunGazette exeter – With elections underway each person is backing their own candidate. Whether they believe in democratic policies, or republican ones people are willing to go to bat for their party, typically debating a number of issues at hand. One Exeter native, Emma Brower, has debated so well that she is taking her skills […]

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Musical art form rings true with choir

@TheSunGazette visalia – The University Preparatory Handbell Choir and music instructor Patty Guthrie are celebrating the acquisition of a five-octave set of handbells of their own. According to Mrs. Guthrie, handbell choirs are relatively popular performance groups in east coast and faith-based high schools. “I am not familiar with any schools in this area that […]

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Harmony at the highest level

@TheSunGazette strathmore – Two Strathmore learning pathways were recently honored among the best in the nation. The academies of engineering and performing arts at Harmony Magnet Academy were among 32 academies in the National Academy Foundation network to achieve Distinguished level – NAF’s highest level of achievement – based on NAF’s annual assessment. The designation […]

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WhS brings Shakespeare to the ’80s

@TheSunGazette woodlake – Pentameter meets pop beats this week as Woodlake High School Theatre Arts presents their spring production of “Midsummer Night’s Dream…in the ’80s.” The students have taken Shakespeare’s classic story and placed it in the “totally awesome” ’80s. The producton will take the audience on a journey as we dance and sing through […]

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