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TCOE play finds magic in a bottle

Tulare County Office of Ed Theater Co. presents Aladdin Jr. Nov. 15-17 at L.J. Williams @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – This month, the Tulare County Office of Education will perform Aladdin JR. The musical is based on the 1992 Academy Award-winning film and the 2014 hit Broadway show about Aladdin, a street performer and thief who learns a moral […]

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Three Rivers passes first school bond since 1985

Measure E passes with 64% of the vote, will provide $4 million over 30 years for repairs By Reggie Ellis Reggie_SGN THREE RIVERS – Three Rivers residents would have voted down a property tax to generate money to repair the community’s only school. Luckily, the Three Rivers Union School District decided to propose a school […]

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UPHS offers info night on Nov. 29

University Preparatory High School to answer questions from interested students, their families @TheSunGazette VISALIA – University Preparatory High School (UPHS) will hold two information nights for students interested in attending the school in 2019. The event will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 29 in Room 9 of the Yokut Building […]

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Library offers free online learning tools

Tulare County Library offers databases featuring music, art, academics, and more @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – If you are looking for a way to learn an instrument or learn a new job skill but don’t have the money, don’t worry, you can do it for free at any Tulare County Library Branch. Tulare County Library now […]

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Tulare’s Ellen Gorelick earns Top Dog Award from Fresno State

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette FRESNO – On October 26, the Fresno State Alumni Association honored its Top Dog Award winners during the Alumni Awards Gala at the Save Mart Center. Among those named was Tulare’s Ellen Gorelick, who earned Top Dog status through the Henry Madden Library. “It was really a beautiful […]

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Exeter awards Aggie of the Month for EUHS FFA student

Freshman Emily Farias awarded Aggie of the Month for Exeter Union High School FFA by Lauren McEwen Exeter FFA Chapter Reporter EXETER – Involved, diligent, and passionate are just a few attributes to describe Exeter FFA’s Aggie of the Month. This October, freshman Emily Farias was recognized as an outstanding FFA member by the chapter’s […]

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Livestock Judging Day offers insight into a judge’s thoughts

Tulare County 4-H competition is set for Nov. 3 at COS By Nancy Vigran Special to the Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – Each year Tulare County 4-H offers Livestock Judging Day. It’s an opportunity 4-H students rarely receive as to the insight of a livestock judge, as well as what to look for in choosing and […]

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Social workers ‘Triage’ mental wellness in Tulare County students

Special Services awarded Mental Wellness Triage Grant to implement in over 20 schools  @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – “You see someone sitting alone at lunchtime. What will you do?” Students at Kings River Union School might encounter this question when playing a social skills board game with Mary Xavier, a Tulare County Office of Education (TCOE) social […]

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Tulare County schools fall behind on state average test scores, but local schools are gaining

Sequoia Union charter school leads the way in 2018 scores and gains over the last 3 years @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO — Tulare County schools are still lagging behind the state when it comes to online test scores in English and math, but local schools are making some big strides to try and catch up. The California […]

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New grant says CHARACTER COUNTS! for parents, too

Model program receives three-year Proud Parenting Program grant to end the cycle of violence and delinquency @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Character Counts, the well recognized program that teaches school-age children to lead by example, has now been extended to young parents as well. The Character Counts program recently received a Proud Parenting Program grant to help […]

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