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More funds needed to float FHS pool

farmersville – Now that Farmersville Unified School District has broken ground on a vocational education building, the board of trustees has begun talks about how to pay for its next project — a high school pool. The board held a special meeting on April 19 to discuss funding options for constructing a swimming pool at Farmersville High […]

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EUSD seeks to retain teacher talent

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Math and science has played an enormous role in building the society that we all live in today. From creating the computers in most people’s pockets to sending astronauts into space. They are pivotal subjects in the advancement of the world. While we can all benefit from the products […]

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Puente Project bridges student learning

@TheSunGazette visalia – The Puente Project, a transfer readiness program at College of the Sequoias, is seeking its past students to help celebrate the 20-year history of the program. The 20-year celebration will take place on Saturday, May 7 from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. at the Porter Field House Gym in the COS Visalia […]

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Local students earn Tulare County Cattleman’s scholarship honors

@TheSunGazette exeter, strathmore – College can be hard enough without the anxiety of student loans accumulating all the while. However, a couple of dedicated Future Farmers of America (FFA) students can look forward to some extra money in their pockets. Thanks to the generosity of the Tulare County Cattleman’s (TCC) Scholarship fund, Fallon Hammon of […]

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Take Notes

Lasagna dinner to benefit the EUHS music program The Exeter Union High School Music Boosters are holding their annual Drive-Through Lasagna Dinner on Thursday, April 21st from 4:30 and 6:30 pm in the Exeter Veterans Memorial Building parking lot. Dinners include Homemade Meat Lasagna (vegetarian dinners may be preordered), Garden Salad, Dinner Roll, and a […]

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COS invites audiences to the Farm

@TheSunGazette visalia – The College of the Sequoias, Theatre Arts, Experimental Theatre Ensemble, presents George Orwell’s “Animal Farm,” in the COS theater, as a limited engagement of seven performances, April 22 through April 30. Tickets are $14 general admission, $12 for seniors and $10 for students. The Experimental Theatre Ensemble, COS’s innovative production company, has […]

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FHS begins construction on vocational education building

@TheSunGazette farmersville – On Friday, April 15 community members gathered together at Farmersville High School (FHS) to witness a two-decade-old dream come to fruition. Behind a row of shovels, construction workers were already hard at work laying the foundation for the vocational education building. “This has been a dream for the last 20 years” said […]

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Sequoia Union board approves charter

@TheSunGazette lemon cove — When students return to Sequoia Union Elementary School District this fall, they will be the first to attend the single-school district as a charter school. On April 14, the K-8 district’s board of trustees voted unanimously to approve a charter school petition for students entering transitional kindergarten through 7th grade for […]

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Former Miss Exeter earns top seat in AFA

@TheSunGazette kansas city, missouri – Sarah Dreyer is motivated and determined to make a positive impact on the world. As a freshman at California Polytechnic State University studying animal science and industry, she is off to a good start. From leadership positions to volunteering, Dreyer pursues experiences that set her apart from her peers and […]

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LionHawk Color Run is this Saturday, April 16

Exeter – It’s been more than three years since Exeter Unified School District decided to transition its grades K-2 and 3-5 elementary schools to two, K-5 neighborhood schools. For more than 30 years Exeter students in the same grade were on the same campus from kindergarten through high school. And since the change, parents have […]

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