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Teaching kids street smarts

By Nancy Gutierrez As the time change approaches and the end of the work day falls under the dark of night, Lindsay Unified School District afterschool program administrators invite the community to help promote crosswalk safety. "Crosswalk safety requires community participation," STARS Director Norma Erwin said. "[Everyone] should be aware that children are at the […]

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Finding Grants for Plants

By Nancy Gutierrez Strathmore Union Elementary School will receive a cash grant award of $500 to add on to its existing school garden. The school was selected by the Tulare County Farm Bureau Education Committee after an application review process. In addition to the cash grant, the school will receive curriculum and resource materials, and […]

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AITC conference starts Thursday

A New Crop of Students Every Year is the theme of the 2004 California Agriculture In the Classroom conference that starts tomorrow. The conference focuses on nutrition and food safety and is expected to draw more than 400 educators to Tulare County's Visalia Radisson and Convention Center on Oct. 21-23. Through a series of keynote […]

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Planning for Disaster

By Nancy Gutierrez At 10:01 a.m. on Oct. 15 a single gunshot echoed through the corridors of Wilson Middle School. It was followed by screams and more gun shots. The scene that unfolded was reminiscent of school shootings that occurred in Columbine High School in Colorado, Westside Middle School in Arkansas and Santana High School […]

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Truth or Dare

A special assembly will be held for Wilson Middle School students this Friday, Oct. 22 to discuss the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. "Truth or DARE," a presentation sponsored by The Exeter Sun through the Newspapers In Education (NIE) program, will discuss the most common drugs that pre-teens and teenagers are faced with, their […]

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Rocky Hill teachers to attend ag conference

A New Crop of Students Every Year is the theme of the 2004 California Agriculture In the Classroom (AITC) conference that starts tomorrow. The conference focuses on nutrition and food safety and is expected to draw more than 400 educators to Tulare County's Visalia Radisson and Convention Center on Oct. 21-23. Through a series of […]

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LUSD chief speaks at nat'l conference

By Nancy Gutierrez Lindsay Unified School District's notoriety for efficient programs and achievements in education do not just occur on the local level. LUSD Superintendent Janet Kliegl attended the fifth annual Leadership in Education Conference, a national conference held in Chicago and attended by large districts from New York, California, Texas and Florida. Kliegl was […]

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After-school program celebration Oct. 14

On Oct. 14, after-school programs across the Valley will participate in the fifth annual national Lights On After-School Rally. Events will take place at more than 6,000 sites across the nation designed to help send the message that after-school programs are key to a child's success and that lights and doors should stay open after […]

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It's never too late

By Nancy Gutierrez It's has been a little over a month since school started and for first-year teacher Kathleen Condi the time has helped her to see where changes are needed in her teaching strategies. "I changed when we turn in homework," Condi said. "Now we turn it all in in the morning so I […]

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