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Junior to attend medical forum

Exeter Union High School junior Sarah Wanzer recently ennrolled in the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine, which will take place in San Francisco from June 20-29. Wanzer will join 350 other high school students from around the country who demonstrate academic axcellence, leadership potential and an interest in a career in medicine. Throughout the […]

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Scholarship money goes to 3 seniors

The Exeter Community Service Guild donated $3,000 to the education of some deserving students last Thursday, May 13. Kandi Grady, Aaron Henderson and Hollie Hellwig each received a $1,000 scholarship from the guild which has presented students with scholarships for 15 years. Committee member Norma Landers said they choose the most deserving students who excel […]

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Read all about it

As schools come to a close so do supplemental education programs like Newspapers in Education. Some teachers, like Heather Keran a sixth grade teacher at Wilson Middle School, have signed up early for another year of NIE. Keran said using the local paper in class makes students aware of what is going on in their […]

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Schools praise employees at dinner

By Nancy Gutierrez At the Exeter Public Schools Evening of Recognition dinner Thursday, May 6, administrators had the opportunity to thank hardworking employees, board members recognized educators whose classes they had once been in and teachers celebrated the achievements of co-workers. The event's theme, "A Tradition Continues," demonstrates the dedication to excellence in education that […]

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A Garden Party

By Nancy Gutierrez You're never too young to start your own business. Just ask Audrey, Victoria, Noah and Allison Martinez. They decided to grow their own vegetables to sell at the Farmers Market in Sweet Brier and they are all under 10 years old. "They got the idea from going to the farmers market, they […]

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Choral concert is May 18

The choirs from Lindsay High School and Steve Garvey Junior High will present their Spring Choir Concert on Tuesday, May 18, at the Lindsay Community Theater. The music will include songs that the choirs recently sang at a choir festival in Visalia in addition to several songs in lighter styles. The high school Concert Choir […]

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Student threatens harm with a weapon

By Nancy Gutierrez Last week administrators at Wilson Middle School were notified that an unnamed student was accused of threatening to bring a weapon to school with the intention of harming a group of students. Wilson maintains a zero-tolerance policy, so students who make any terroristic threats, even as a prank, will be punished. "Safety […]

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District CBET program continues

By Nancy Gutierrez The increasing popularity of the Community Based English Tutoring Program (CBET) helped secure another year for the courses utilized by Spanish speaking parents. At the April 26 Lindsay Unified School District meeting the board approved a re-application for CBET program funds for fiscal year 2004-2005. If the district receives the funding it […]

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Study Taime

By Nancy Gutierrez When people think of Tai Chi, what usually comes to mind are visions of people dressed in loose fitting clothes moving methodically to the same rhythm. No one would envision a group of junior high students spread out in a classroom with desks pushed up against the wall, but that is the […]

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