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Cycles of Life

By Nancy Gutierrez It wasn't until Julie Niday's junior year at Exeter Union High School that she discovered her interest and love for mechanics. "I was brought up that if you have a problem with an engine you take it to a boy," she said. "But I was always fascinated with engines and mechanics." So […]

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EUHS gets good results on CAHSEE

By Nancy Gutierrez Results from the California High School Exit Exam, taken at the start of this semester by Exeter Union High School sophomores, are in and Principal Don Brinkman said they were positive. "We did wonderfully," he said. "The very first time students took the test only 46 percent passed. Now 76 percent passed. […]

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LHS gets 6-year accreditation, again

By Nancy Gutierrez Lindsay High School Principal Mike Henson announced to the Lindsay Unified School District Board at the last meeting that the high school was granted a six-year term of accreditation. This is the second year that LHS has received a six-year accreditation, the maximum amount of time a school can receive. It is […]

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LHS academic award recipients

Lindsay High School held its annual Academic awards on May 25. LHS students were honored for their excellence in a variety of academic areas. Recipients included: Kodak Young Leaders Armando Solis Academic Enrichment Top student -- Nellie Villanueva; Most Improved -- Maria Dolores Lemus; Certificates --Maria Gomez, Sandra Sanchez, Ashley Watkins Agriculture Top student -- […]

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H.S. director addresses elementary music program

By Nancy Gutierrez Exeter Union High School teacher Kirk Clague addressed the Elementary School District Board during their meeting, Tuesday, May 25. Clague spoke on behalf of the EUSD music teacher Nora Allstedt during public comment. "I have concern that the path planned for music at Wilson and Rocky Hill may lead to a serious […]

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Young dancer is raising the "barre"

By Nancy Gutierrez At 14, Meaghan Swinney, already knows what she wants to dedicate her life to -- dancing. She started taking dance classes at 9, and two years ago committed herself to serious ballet training. Already she has been accepted to the Boston Ballet Dance Lab, a prestigious five week program for 12- to […]

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Scholarship money goes to 3 seniors

The Exeter Community Service Guild donated $3,000 to the education of some deserving students last Thursday, May 13. Kandi Grady, Aaron Henderson and Hollie Hellwig each received a $1,000 scholarship from the guild which has presented students with scholarships for 15 years. Committee member Norma Landers said they choose the most deserving students who excel […]

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FUSD Board fires Superintendent

By Nancy Gutierrez Despite pleas from many community members and students to keep Janet Jones on as Superintendent of Farmersville Unified School District, board members voted Tuesday, May 11 to fire the 17 year employee in a 4-1 vote. John Vasquez was the only member to vote against the item. Those present at the meeting […]

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