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Church erupts with worship

The Lindsay Christian Church overflowed with activity last week as children from Lindsay and elsewhere visited, "Lava Lava Island: Where Jesus' Love Flows," for Vacation Bible School (VBS). The week-long bible school drew close to 100 students throughout the week which VBS director Robin Leavens said is double the average of their regular sunday school […]

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Farmersville fires superintendent, again

By Nancy Gutierrez "I don't understand what you guys are doing? What are you doing?," Farmersville resident Margie Reed asked Farmersville board members during public comment at the July 13 district board meeting. Reed was addressing the boards decision to fire its newest employee, Superintendent Carlos Vega, who had been on the job for two […]

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Boot Camp

By Nancy Gutierrez At sports camps kids learn the strategies to become better basketball, softball or soccer players. But at Cowboy Camp, kids learn responsibility, patience and what a good work ethic is all about. "One of the biggest things they learn is patience. They learn they have to work at things and if they […]

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Exeter educators visit China

Jenny Ranney had a dream to stand on China's Great Wall. This summer Jenny was able to fulfill her dream and see a lot more, when she visited China with her husband, Bob and daughter Lisa. The Ranney Family traveled to China as part of the K-12 Education Delegation sponsored by the Intercultural Educational Exchange […]

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LHS gym to begin reroofing

By Nancy Gutierrez Renovations and additions to school property continues in Lindsay Unified School District. At the July 12 meeting, board members approved a bid award for the Lindsay High School gymnasium building roofing project. The lowest bidder was Weststar Roofing at $97,535. The roof at the LHS gym had needed repair for some time. […]

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Revolutionary changes in summer school

By Nancy Gutierrez The Summer School program at Lindsay Unified School District continues to show improved skill levels of the students involved in the program. At Lindsay High School junior high students benefitted from the one-on-one teaching methods the Reading Revolution program provided. "I liked working with high school and college teachers," student Joaquin Gomez […]

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New student report released

On July 9 State Superintendent Jack O’Connell unveiled a new, parent-friendly Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Student Report, to be sent to all students from second through 11th grade who took the statewide California Standards Tests and nationally normed California Achievement Test/6 Survey this year. "When parents receive their children's state test scores this year, […]

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Farmersville fires superintendent, again

By Nancy Gutierrez "I don't understand what you guys are doing? What are you doing?," Farmersville resident Margie Reed asked Farmersville board members during public comment at the July 13 district board meeting. Reed was addressing the boards decision to fire its newest employee, Superintendent Carlos Vega, who had been on the job for two […]

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Boot Camp

By Nancy Gutierrez At sports camps kids learn the strategies to become better basketball, softball or soccer players. But at Cowboy Camp, kids learn responsibility, patience and what a good work ethic is all about. "One of the biggest things they learn is patience. They learn they have to work at things and if they […]

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Exeter educators visit China

Jenny Ranney had a dream to stand on China's Great Wall. This summer Jenny was able to fulfill her dream and see a lot more, when she visited China with her husband, Bob and daughter Lisa. The Ranney Family traveled to China as part of the K-12 Education Delegation sponsored by the Intercultural Educational Exchange […]

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