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H.S. director addresses elementary music program

By Nancy Gutierrez Exeter Union High School teacher Kirk Clague addressed the Elementary School District Board during their meeting, Tuesday, May 25. Clague spoke on behalf of the EUSD music teacher Nora Allstedt during public comment. "I have concern that the path planned for music at Wilson and Rocky Hill may lead to a serious […]

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Scholarship money goes to 3 seniors

The Exeter Community Service Guild donated $3,000 to the education of some deserving students last Thursday, May 13. Kandi Grady, Aaron Henderson and Hollie Hellwig each received a $1,000 scholarship from the guild which has presented students with scholarships for 15 years. Committee member Norma Landers said they choose the most deserving students who excel […]

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Exit exam results available

By Nancy Gutierrez At the Lindsay Unified School District meeting Jim Grasell, director of research and evaluation, presented the board with a report on the district results of the California High School Exit Exam. The exam is not a graduation requirement for students graduating this year or in 2005, but the class of 2006 and […]

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Special education program in high demand

By Nancy Gutierrez Lindsay Unified School District's Special Education program is leading the pack in student outreach and is slowly becoming a model for other school districts to emulate. At a recent school board meeting Suzzane Terrill, director of pupil services, told board members about recent projects that the district will start next year. Fresno […]

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Hospital Guild awards 12, $500 scholarships

By Pearledna Shropshire Only Karina Diaz and Kyle Hill were available to attend the Lindsay Hospital Scholarships Guild luncheon at China's Alley on Saturday, May 15. But a dozen $500 scholarships were awarded to students who are attending or previously attended Lindsay High School and are studying for a career in medically related fields. The […]

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FUSD Board fires Superintendent

By Nancy Gutierrez Despite pleas from many community members and students to keep Janet Jones on as Superintendent of Farmersville Unified School District, board members voted Tuesday, May 11 to fire the 17 year employee in a 4-1 vote. John Vasquez was the only member to vote against the item. Those present at the meeting […]

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Junior to attend medical forum

Exeter Union High School junior Sarah Wanzer recently ennrolled in the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine, which will take place in San Francisco from June 20-29. Wanzer will join 350 other high school students from around the country who demonstrate academic axcellence, leadership potential and an interest in a career in medicine. Throughout the […]

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Scholarship money goes to 3 seniors

The Exeter Community Service Guild donated $3,000 to the education of some deserving students last Thursday, May 13. Kandi Grady, Aaron Henderson and Hollie Hellwig each received a $1,000 scholarship from the guild which has presented students with scholarships for 15 years. Committee member Norma Landers said they choose the most deserving students who excel […]

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Choral concert is May 18

The choirs from Lindsay High School and Steve Garvey Junior High will present their Spring Choir Concert on Tuesday, May 18, at the Lindsay Community Theater. The music will include songs that the choirs recently sang at a choir festival in Visalia in addition to several songs in lighter styles. The high school Concert Choir […]

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