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First 5 uses fotonovela to help new parents

In an effort to increase awareness about the valuable resources available to Spanish-speaking families, First 5 Tulare County has developed, in association with Eduvision, Inc. a fotonovela, a colorful picture-book style brochure packed with information about its, "Kit for New Parents" and tips for keeping kids healthy. Popularized in Mexico and Latin America, the fotonovela […]

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EUSD Board asks task force to report to School Site Council

By Nancy Gutierrez The Exeter Union School District board discussed more ideas concerning the Rocky Hill Elementary School Life Lab at the board meeting Tuesday, Aug. 24. Community members, Nancy Becker, Dennis Dismuke and Ted Macaulay, who spoke at the previous meeting in support of keeping the Life Lab as-is, were asked by Board President […]

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New report claims H.S. exit exams need work

With high school exit exams now determining whether the majority of the nation's public school students will graduate, states must do more to address achievement gaps for students most likely to fail. With exam policies and student expectations more firmly in place, states have an opportunity and responsibility to give students a better chance to […]

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Sunnyside holds public hearing on facility fees

The governing board of the Sunnyside Union Elementary School District will conduct a public hearing, at which oral and written presentations can be made, concerning the proposed adoption of fees on residential, commercial and industrial development occurring with in the boundaries of the district. The purpose for the increase is to fund the construction or […]

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Software helps teachers help students

By Nancy Gutierrez The barrage of tests students take on in a year does not only affect students but teachers as well. State tests, district benchmark assessments and individual classroom tests must all be graded, and analyzed to find out how individual students are progressing and where they need help. Teachers in the Lindsay Unified […]

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Fossils fuel student education

By Nancy Gutierrez For most of the 17 years that Martha Sandoval worked at Wilson Middle School she lead a group of students that purchase school supplies to give to classmates in need. The group raised money by selling burritos in a booth during Fall Festival. Then Sandoval moved to Lincoln Elementary School and was […]

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EUHS grad advances through CA Farm Bureau

Patricia L. Stever, an Exeter native, has accepted a new position with the California Farm Bureau Federation as one of four field services representatives throughout the state. This position is an advancement from her former role as a program coordinator with the affiliate program, California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom. In her new role, […]

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Program educates parents, kids on drowning threat

By Nancy Gutierrez Since Jan. 1, 21 Central Valley children have died from drowning. Seven of those drownings occurred the last week of June. In March of 2001, nurses and staff in the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) at Children's Hospital of Central California could no longer watch as more children were admitted to the […]

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