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LUSD budget hearing June 28

A public hearning for the adoption of the 2004-2005 proposed budget will be held at 6 p.m. on June 28, before the governing board of the Lindsay Unified School District in the City Council Chambers, Lindsay City Hall, at 251 E. Honolulu Street. The proposed budget will be available for inspection at the school district […]

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196 Warriors become Monarchs

By Nancy Gutierrez Middle school is the first big change students must adjust to according to Wilson Middle School Valedictorian Samantha Goates. "Three years ago I was excited to get out of elementary school," she said in her valedictorian speech at the graduation ceremony June 17. "I didn't realize I'd be leaving my carefree days […]

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EUSD says goodbye to Asst. Principal

By Nancy Gutierrez At the last awards assembly of the year for Lincoln Elementary School, students were given the news that they would not be seeing their favorite assistant principal next year. Robert Gonzalez, Lincoln's assistant principal for the past two years, is leaving the Exeter Union School District to take a principalship at Castlerock […]

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Determined student graduates in two years

By Nancy Gutierrez For many students coming from another country, American schools can be not only difficult but intimidating. With the current national focus on higher achievement of all populations of students in schools, the pressure is even greater. Take Erika Manzo-Lua for example. Erika moved to Lindsay from Michoacan, Mexico in 2002. Though she […]

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Texts approved for Dual Immersion at Garvey

By Nancy Gutierrez At the Lindsay Unified School District meeting Monday, June 7, board members approved the adoption of several Spanish language textbooks that will be used for the new Dual Immersion classes at Steve Garvey Junior High School. The textbooks include, La Historia Mundial to be used in world history, Exploria El Mundo to […]

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Making their mark

By Nancy Gutierrez Students in the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program at Steve Garvey Junior High School helped to put Lindsay on the map when they were chosen as the top two eighth grade essay writers from Tulare and Fresno Counties for an AVID essay contest. There were 2,000 students competing in the contest […]

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Administrator advises against closing street

By Reggie Ellis At the Exeter City Council's June 8 meeting, City Administrator John Kunkel recommended against the Exeter Union School District's proposal to close Clarence Street for an expansion of Lincoln Elementary School. Kunkel, who is also the chief of police, presented a traffic study conducted by the Exeter Police Department and the Public […]

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Rocky Hill may lose school garden lab

By Nancy Gutierrez The fate of the Rocky Hill Elementary Life Lab Garden looks dim as Exeter Union School District Board members killed the item containing recommendations for improvement of the lab at the June 8 board meeting. At a previous board meeting Principal Jessica Bradshaw presented the board with recommendations she and teachers Stan […]

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Teachers of the Quarter announced

By Nancy Gutierrez When Shivon Lavely started teaching she decided she wanted to give her students new experiences. She convinced a friend of hers who was a pilot to give her kindergartners rides on an airplane. She said that, looking back, she realizes what a liability that could have been. However, she still believes in […]

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