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Tuning in to LHS guitar class

The Lindsay High School Guitar class gave a heartfelt performance as the newest addition to the annual Lindsay Cultural Arts Jazz Concert last Thursday evening. The group performed four pieces including, "Little Fugue," "Castle on a Cloud," "Kemps Jig," and "Mi Sueno." The guitar class at LHS has grown since its start five years ago. […]

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For some students helping comes naturally

By Nancy Gutierrez The responsibilities of some students at Lindsay High School stretch beyond homework. For 25 sophomores, juniors and seniors, who have been regarded as the most trustworthy at LHS, a day at school could involve talking to one of their peers about drugs, sex or even abuse. For a complete story pick up […]

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Students help with vet history project

By Nancy Gutierrez According to the United States Library of Congress, everyday 1,700 war veterans living in the US pass away, taking with them a part of American history that can never be regained. In an effort to encapsulate the experiences of these men and women the United States Congress created the Veteran History Project. […]

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Surviving Rival Week

By Nancy Gutierrez Last week Exeter Union High School students shaved their heads had pie thrown in their faces and threw pie in the faces of their teachers all in preparation for their game against the Woodlake Tigers Friday, Nov. 7. For complete story pick up a copy of The Exeter Sun.

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School board approves bid for gym

By Nancy Gutierrez The Lindsay Unified School District board approved a $2.8 million bid submitted by Oral E. Micham Inc. for the construction of the multi use gymnasium at Steve Garvey Junior High School. The bid amount is higher than anticipated. Del Corley, director of construction, maintenance and operations, and LUSD administration expected the cost […]

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From Pencils to Powerpoint

By Nancy Gutierrez In this age of technology not using a computer is like saying phones aren't really useful. While writing a letter to grandma could be described as a nostalgic activity, turning in handwritten reports to teachers or employers is unacceptable. In Exeter Public Schools teachers and administrators are working to make students in […]

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Setting a teacher standard

By Nancy Gutierrez According to the United States Department of Education Web page, teachers must fulfill the requirements of the federally established highly qualified teacher guidelines or lose their jobs. In 2002-2003 all teachers teaching core subjects in Title I schools hired after the first day of the 2002-2003 school year must be "highly qualified." […]

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Lincoln, Wilson meet API

By Nancy Gutierrez The State 2002-2003 Academic Performance Index (API) results report that Wilson Middle School and Lincoln Elementary School met their API growth targets in every subgroup and overall. The API is the states assessment of student progress based on results from the California Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) program and the California High […]

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