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Children learn about Lewis and Clark during summer reading program

Children attending the Summer Reading Program at the Lindsay Library have been learning about the travels of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark as they made their way through an expedition across western North America -- unknown territory for all but Indians. Their goal was to map the rivers, make friends with natives, open the West […]

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LUSD chief attends UC academy on accountability

Lindsay Unified School District Superintendent, Janet Kliegl joins other administrators at an academy hosted jointly by University of California Educational Research Center and Region VII County Superintendents. Diversity, lowering student drop-out rates and issues influencing school board members were among the topics addressed when about 20 Central Valley school district superintendents gathered for workshops in […]

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EUSD approves budget

The Exeter Union School District board approved the 2004-2005 budget at a June 21 special session. In the budget report prepared by Business Manager Jihad Hemaidan, EUSD will have an estimated fund balance, beginning July 1, of $1,492,287. After a revenue of 12,187,827 and expenditures equaling 12,186,364, for the year, the ending fund balance would […]

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Blood drive helps EUHS grad with cancer

Teammates, friends and family of Vanessa Miller are asking the community to turn out for a replacement blood drive July 15. Miller, a key player on championship volleyball team, was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) the day after graduating from high school. According to WebMD.com, AML is a cancer of the bone marrow and […]

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Board hires replacement for Jones

By Nancy Gutierrez The Farmersville Unified School District Board voted 4-1 at the June 30 special meeting to hire Carlos Vega as the FUSD Superintendent effective immediately. The board also voted to wave the credential requirements for superintendent. Vega retired last year and did not renew his administrative credentials. He said paperwork was still being […]

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LUSD approves 2004 budget

By Nancy Gutierrez Lindsay Unified School District board members adopted the 2004-2005 budget at a June 28 meeting. Business Manager Les Henson provided the board with a thorough account of anticipated revenues and expenditures. Proposed budget assumptions for the coming fiscal year included a cost of living adjustment (COLA) of 2.42 percent in revenue per […]

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LUSD approves 2004 budget

By Nancy Gutierrez Lindsay Unified School District board members adopted the 2004-2005 budget at a June 28 meeting. Business Manager Les Henson provided the board with a thorough account of anticipated revenues and expenditures. Proposed budget assumptions for the coming fiscal year included a cost of living adjustment (COLA) of 2.42 percent in revenue per […]

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Children learn about Lewis and Clark during summer reading program

Children attending the Summer Reading Program at the Lindsay Library have been learning about the travels of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark as they made their way through an expedition across western North America -- unknown territory for all but Indians. Their goal was to map the rivers, make friends with natives, open the West […]

Read more

LUSD chief attends UC academy on accountability

Lindsay Unified School District Superintendent, Janet Kliegl joins other administrators at an academy hosted jointly by University of California Educational Research Center and Region VII County Superintendents. Diversity, lowering student drop-out rates and issues influencing school board members were among the topics addressed when about 20 Central Valley school district superintendents gathered for workshops in […]

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EUSD approves budget

The Exeter Union School District board approved the 2004-2005 budget at a June 21 special session. In the budget report prepared by Business Manager Jihad Hemaidan, EUSD will have an estimated fund balance, beginning July 1, of $1,492,287. After a revenue of 12,187,827 and expenditures equaling 12,186,364, for the year, the ending fund balance would […]

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