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Strathmore High School: Retiring teacher Debra Clevenger walks with the class of 2018 as they receive their diplomas

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN STRATHMORE – There are moments in life which seem to last forever and then there are those that fly by. The latter was true for the Strathmore Class of 2018. The 63 students felt as if they had just begun their journey when it was time to receive their diplomas in front […]

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Lindsay High School Graduation: Largest Cardinal flock leaves Lindsay High nest

231 learners receive their diplomas making the class of 2018 one of the largest in the school’s history By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – One of the largest classes to graduate from Lindsay High School donned their red and white gowns last Friday night. In all 231 learners received their diplomas. Among them were the last […]

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Woodlake girl awarded $5K from SoCalGas

Utility announces scholarships totaling $225,000 to 45 students pursuing higher education @TheSunGazette  LOS ANGELES — A Woodlake graduate is starting off her post-secondary education fueled with a $5,000 scholarship from SoCalGas.  Earlier this week, Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced that Kiara Benavides of Woodlake was among three Central Valley students to receive a $5,000 […]

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Tulare County communities and community partners work to bring fun for kids on Friday nights during summer

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Summer months in the Valley not only usher a spike in heat, but also a spike in crime. According to Tulare County, crime rates during summer peak between 8 p.m. and midnight. That is why in the of summer 2011, the Tulare County Step Up Advisory Committee challenged communities to get […]

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County Library announces “Reading Takes You Everywhere” as theme of Summer Reading Program

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – While students find their summer break full of time off and picking up a remote, the Visalia Branch and Other Tulare County Libraries are trying to get them to pick up books instead.  From June 12 through July 21 the 2018 summer reading program, “Reading Takes You Everywhere,” invites all of […]

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Six Exeter seniors soar to Boy Scouts’ highest rank 

Everett Anez, Dane Carstens, Christopher Hogan depart high school with Eagle Scout rank By Lisa McEwen Special to the Sun-Gazette EXETER – Six young men who have collectively hiked hundreds of miles of mountain trails together as members of Boy Scout Troop 309 are now taking one more step together — graduating from Exeter Union […]

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Kaweah High School grad tells story of moving to Exeter, falling behind before finding success

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER— Kaweah High School senior Jose Mejia thought his senior year was supposed to be the highlight of his school career. Then a move to a new school threatened to change all that. After falling behind in his classes, Mejia found himself at the continuation high school, a second new school in […]

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Boys & Girls Clubs of the Sequoias offer educational, social programs to avoid summer brain drain

@TheSunGazette EXETER – School is out, but summer vacation doesn’t mean that learning must come to an end. In fact, there’s no better time to challenge your kids, and one of the best ways is through the many educational and social programs available at your local Boys & Girls Club. Programs are starting now that […]

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Lindsay Kiwanis Club recognizes TERRIFIC learners

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Kiwanis is a group of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time.  Lindsay Kiwanis Club recognizes Lindsay Unified School District learners who are Thoughtful-Enthusiastic-Respectful-Responsible-Inclusive-Friendly-Inquisitive-Capable (TERRIFIC) and who serve their community (school and/or Lindsay). Michael Verduzco is a second grade learner at Lincoln School.  Michael’s favorite […]

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Five fun, yet educational activities that will keep your kids learning but still be a summer break from class

Family Features – Summer may be a break from formal education, but keeping kids excited about learning can be an easy way to keep them active and engaged instead of zoned out on screen time. The National Summer Learning Association estimates that kids can lose up to two months of learning during the summer but […]

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