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Leprechaun reveals 'Pot of Gold'

By Jeannie Lopez Wilson PTO (Parent Teacher Organization) kicked off their annual St. Patrick's Day Pot of Gold 50/50 fund- raiser with a leprechaun dancing a jig, singing Irish songs and holding a pot of gold. Susan Maday, Rocky Hill sixth grade teacher, got students excited about the fund-raiser by acting like a leprechaun. She […]

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Five measuring levels of intelligence in children

By Deborah L. Ruf, Ph.D Many parents wonder how their children compare to other children. They may have very good reasons to suspect their children are gifted (for example, their 5-year-old is adding pupils and eyelashes to their drawings of people or their 3-year-old can read an Exit sign), but they're not sure how to […]

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Coinstar counts change for relief

By Jeannie Lopez At Rocky Hill Elementary, students decided to collect all their pennies and help raise money for the tsunami relief. All classes collected money for one month, a total of 22 classes ranging from third to fifth grade participated in the fund raiser. Culligan Water participated by donating large water cooler bottles to […]

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LHS takes gold among small schools

By Jeannie Lopez At this year's 20th Annual Tulare County Office of Education Academic Decathlon students from all different schools came out to the event to show their studious academic skills. The 11 county schools that particpated in the decathlon were Granite Hills High School, Porterville High School, Monache High School, Strathmore High School, Exeter […]

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Can preschool prevent crime?

More than 300 sheriffs, police chirefs, district attorneys, and victims of violence are set to release a new report and survey that finds a staggering percentage of California's preschools have extensive waiting list that threaten public safety. The report highlights recent research demonstrating lack of quality preschool results in fewer high school graduations and more […]

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Tulare County Farm Bureau offers scholarships

Applications are now being accepted for various scholarships offered by the Tulare County Farm Bureau to high school graduates continuing at junior college and/or accredited colleges or universities. The scholarship deadline is March 1. Ten scholarship will be awarded to qualified students based on leadership skills, career goals, scholastic achievement and financial need. The scholarships […]

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Case closed on EUHS

By Jeannie Lopez At last weeks Mock Trials Semi-finals Exeter Union High School competed against Redwood High School. EUHS brought out their skills and gave their best defense to the judge but, at the end jurors results indicated that in fact Redwood was the winner. Redwood will yet again be going to the finals as […]

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Can preschool prevent crime?

More than 300 sheriffs, police chirefs, district attorneys, and victims of violence are set to release a new report and survey that finds a staggering percentage of California's preschools have extensive waiting list that threaten public safety. The report highlights recent research demonstrating lack of quality preschool results in fewer high school graduations and more […]

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Tulare County Farm Bureau offers scholarships

Applications are now being accepted for various scholarships offered by the Tulare County Farm Bureau to high school graduates continuing at junior college and/or accredited colleges or universities. The scholarship deadline is March 1. Ten scholarship will be awarded to qualified students based on leadership skills, career goals, scholastic achievement and financial need. The scholarships […]

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