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WHS counseling welcomes back new, old faces

High school counselors play a key role on campus from answering questions such as, Where should I go to college?, Is college the right path for me?, to giving students emotional support and encouragement through difficult times. Keeping in mind the impact a counselor can have on a student, Woodlake Unified School District promoted Head […]

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Local student awarded ag grant

Sarah Dreyer, was selected for a unique scholarship program offered by Agriculture Future of America. Through the AFA Leader and Academic Scholarship program, Dreyer will gain access to premier soft-skill training as well as financial assistance for her college education. This fall, Dreyer will be a freshman at California State Polytechnic University San Luis Obispo […]

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Exeter grad accepted into UC Davis School of Medicine Kayla M. Conover graduate of Exeter Union High School (class of 2008) & Three Rivers Union High School, daughter of Clarence M. Conover III (Corky) & Norma Nevarez of Three Rivers is one of 109 students admitted to UC Davis School of Medicine. The school received […]

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College IN the Sequoias

Have you ever wanted to take an extended trip into the Sierras but weren’t sure what to bring or where to go? Did you know there was a class for that? This fall College of the Sequoias (COS) will offer a “Back Country Backpacking in the Sierra” class beginning Tuesdays in September. The class will […]

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Strathmore streets are safer with new ‘Club’

The Strathmore Boys & Girls Club will hold an Open House on Tuesday, Sept. 1 to celebrate its first summer of programming. Among those in attendance will be Tamie Mitchell, the woman who spearheaded the effort to bring a Boys & Girls Club to town in honor of her son who was slain by gang […]

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Exeter scouts invite community to join the Cub

Adults are always seeking to recapture the adventure of their youth. But the real travesty is that many of today’s youth have little chance to experience adventure at all. In a world where parents walk their child to the classroom each morning, kids aren’t allowed to ride their bikes across town and camping trips have […]

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COS still offering elective courses for fall

With restrictions on watering and family budgets spread thin, Fernando Fernandez, College of the Sequoias (COS) Ornamental Horticulture faculty member, is offering a Xeriscape: Water Conservation course this fall on cost-effective, low-water techniques to beautify outdoor spaces. Xeriscape is a set of landscaping principles to design and maintain attractive landscaping while minimizing water use, ideal […]

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School districts offer students free meals

Farmersville Unified School District and Woodlake Unified School District have announced their policies for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under the National School Lunch Program and/or School Breakfast Program. Each school and/or the central office have a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party. In Woodlake and […]

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The heart and sole of education

Educational standards have recently made significant strides in meeting students at their level. Exeter Unified School District now sits on the forefront of this education movement, as they unveiled a new curriculum in three blended classroom this school year. In April administrators and instructors met together in order to construct a curriculum based on The […]

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Lessons on manufacturing careers

On July 29, Betts Company held a training for Central Valley educators to provide a deeper understanding of what working in high quality manufacturing company is like. Betts Company is a member of the Manufacturing Cluster (www.sjvrici.org) and Mike Betts, CEO, Betts Company is the current Chair of the Manufacturing Cluster of the San Joaquin […]

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