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Woodlake Unified superintendent Alfonso Gamino leaves District unexpected, early

Assistant superintendent Laura Gonzalez, hired in February of this year is appointed acting superintendent By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE– Woodlake Unified School District had little time to scramble for solutions when superintendent Alfonso Gamino up and left the district last Monday. Now in the chair is acting superintendent, only eight days removed from her assistant superintendent […]

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New laws restrict exemptions for vaccinating children

Bills designed to restrict immunization exemptions from doctors pass despite opposition led by local Republicans @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – Vaccinating your child has never been more important. And if you ask local representatives, it’s a little too important.  Gov. Gavin Newsom signed two bills last week limiting vaccination exemptions for school age children. Senate Bill 276, […]

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Farmersville aquatic center to make a splash

Farmersville High School students will take their first dip into the Jim A. Wiley Aquatic Center on Sept. 20 @TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – When Garry Meek served as the police chief and a firefighter for the City of Farmersville he was always worried about children drowning in one of the many ditches, creeks and canals crisscrossing […]

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Lindsay migrant students outpace statewide peers

Lindsay learners that qualify as migrants performed better than statewide migrant students in both ELA, math in 2017-2018 CAASPP By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Migrant students at Lindsay Unified have some achievements to cheer about according to 2017-2018 school year assessment data. Director of Migrant Education, Sandra Espinoza, presented a trend of improved California Assessment […]

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State Library selects Tulare County for database training

Tulare County Office of Education will host one of only three research and educational database workshops in the state @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Tulare County is one of three locations statewide to host a full-day training on using state provided research and educational databases.  Just last week, the Tulare County Office of Education (TCOE) announced […]

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Tulare schools placed on lockdown

Man who jumped the fence at Alpine Vista Elementary reportedly had a gun but no weapon was found @TheSunGazette TULARE – Two Tulare schools were placed on lockdown last Friday after the Tulare Police Department received calls that a man with a gun had jumped the fence onto an elementary school campus. Local law enforcement […]

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TCOE, Chinese Cultural Center honors Educators of the Year

Elementary, high school teachers in Strathmore honored through Confucius’ Birthday awards program @TheSunGazette visalia – Since 1994, the Central California Chinese Cultural Center has partnered with the Tulare County Office of Education to honor teachers through the Confucius’ Birthday/Educators of the Year Awards event. Chinese people around the world often mark the occasion of Confucius’ […]

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Sandy Hook parents help California put a STOP to school violence

Sandy Hook Promise partners with Calif. Dept. of Ed to provide free school safety and mental health crisis trainings @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO — Family and friends of those killed in the deadliest school shooting in U.S. history will spend the next three years helping prevent school shootings in the nation’s most populated state. Last month, the […]

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TCOE to help County take roll for Census

Tulare County Office of Education gets grant to help with hard-to-count populations for 2020 Census @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Educational institutions understand the importance of an accurate head count. It’s how they get paid, determines how many people they hire and weighs heavily in their decisions to implement programming and policy. California’s Census office agrees […]

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Cal Water showers trio of students with scholarships

CVC, El D, Redwood grads are among 21 in three states to receive California Water Service Group scholarships @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Three Visalia students were among 21 in three states to receive scholarships from California Water Service. On Aug. 20, California Water Service Group, the parent company of local water utility California Water Service, announced […]

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