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EUSD names Teacher of Quarter

By Nancy Gutierrez Exeter Union School District named Wilson Middle School Teacher Heather Keran as their teacher of the quarter. Keran has been an educator for six and a half years. "I chose the profession of teaching because I saw it as a creative outlet and a continued learning experience for both the students and […]

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EUSD Board looks to staff development

By Nancy Gutierrez The Exeter Union School District board members were given a presentation on a service agreement with Alice Greiner and Associates. Greiner will present a two-day "Step Up to Writing" training on Aug. 4-5 to 58 EUSD teachers. The agreement will have a fiscal impact of $10,500 to be taken from categorical funds […]

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Lincoln receives garden grant

By Nancy Gutierrez Lincoln Elementary School Received a $500 grant from the Tulare County Farm Bureau and Tulare County Office of Education to rebuild an existing garden for students. Lincoln teachers Terran Jones, Debbie Watkins and Dana Shuman realized in November that they had an educational resource at their fingertips, a plot of land with […]

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Celebrating a decade of beginnings

By Nancy Gutierrez There were just six clients who walked through the door of the Healthy Start building when it first opened 10 years ago. "They all wanted to see a dentist," Healthy Start Director Janie Elson said. The three staff members working at that time called support services and looked for resources to find […]

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Construction at Garvey progressing

By Nancy Gutierrez Lindsay Unified School District board members received an update on the construction of the Garvey Multi-Purpose gymnasium from Architect Doug Janzen. Janzen brought a large picture of the aerial view of the construction site. Janzen said a softscape amphitheater mat be created at the back of the gym. This would provide an […]

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Wilson graduates 200 from DARE program

By Nancy Gutierrez More than 200 middle schoolers were honored with certificates of recognition for successfully completing classes on drug prevention. The Drug Abuse Resistance Education program is an eight week course designed to teach students, at an early age, about the dangers and effects of drug use. Each year sixth graders at Wilson Middle […]

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EUSD names Teacher of Quarter

By Nancy Gutierrez Exeter Union School District named Wilson Middle School Teacher Heather Keran as their teacher of the quarter. Keran has been an educator for six and a half years. "I chose the profession of teaching because I saw it as a creative outlet and a continued learning experience for both the students and […]

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EUSD Board looks to staff development

By Nancy Gutierrez The Exeter Union School District board members were given a presentation on a service agreement with Alice Greiner and Associates. Greiner will present a two-day "Step Up to Writing" training on Aug. 4-5 to 58 EUSD teachers. The agreement will have a fiscal impact of $10,500 to be taken from categorical funds […]

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Healthy budget means no pink-slips

By Nancy Gutierrez While school districts like Visalia Unified and Fresno Unified are struggling to balance their school budget, the foresight of the Lindsay Unified School District board, Superintendent Janet Kliegl and Business Manager Les Henson has allowed LUSD teachers and administrators to breath a sigh of relief, for now at least. There was no […]

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LHS has accreditation review

By Nancy Gutierrez Lindsay High School went through a grueling three day Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) accreditation process March 7-9. WASC is one of six regional associations that accredit public and private schools, colleges, and universities in the United States. The Western Region covers institutions in California and Hawaii, and several U.S. […]

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