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National Academy still singing Harmony’s praises

@TheSunGazette new york – Two Strathmore learning pathways were recently honored among the best in the nation for the second year in a row. The academies of engineering and performing arts at Harmony Magnet Academy were among 40 academies in the National Academy Foundation network to achieve Distinguished level – NAF’s highest level of achievement […]

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LHS twins get some ‘Self-Help’ for college

TheSunGazette visalia – Self-Help Enterprises, a community development organization whose mission is to work together with low-income families to build and sustain healthy homes and communities, has awarded $6,500 in scholarship awards to nine local students in recognition of outstanding scholastic achievement. Two of this year’s recipients are Lindsay High School seniors and sisters. Mayra Lira-Ibarra […]

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Are schools handcuffed to officer funding?

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN farmersville – Having an officer on campus has been shown to improve the safety of students and staff and help prevent juvenile crime by acting as a visual deterrent and by improving the relationship between local police and local youth. Few doubt the importance of funding what has long been a […]

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Exeter teacher receives state award

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – It takes a special type of dedication to teach continuation high school students. More than traditional teenage classrooms, continuation high school teachers must urgently engage students while patiently working with delicate dynamics. Few have walked the thin line between gentle nudges and strongly encouraging at-risk students better than Beth […]

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Ag education moo-ves into Woodlake classes

@TheSunGazette tulare – As agriculture is an integral part of our community and county, education about the industry is just as important. On Monday, May 8 students at Francis J. White Learning Center learned first-hand about the role of agriculture in the food supply, how milk and dairy foods get from the farm to the table, and received […]

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4-H students compete in annual Rifle Match springville – The annual Tulare County Rifle Match was held on April 22 at the Weisenberger’s ranch near Springville. 4-H members participated in this small bore rifle match sponsored by Visalia Sportsman’s Association. The match was fired in accordance with the rules set forth by the Civilian Marksmanship […]

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EUHS Spring Concert offers triple, ‘Superior’ music

By Reggie Elllis @Reggie_SGN exeter – Having trouble finding superior music on the radio? Why not drop the dial and head to the EUHS Auditorium to hear a collection of students who actually carry the title of superior. The Exeter Union High School Music program will hold its second annual Outdoor Festival, Spring Concert & […]

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Local educators recognized as Administrators of the Year

@TheSunGazette bakersfield – Region XI of the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) recognized 12 Tulare County educators as Administrators of the Year for their achievements and their dedication to public education at an awards luncheon in Bakersfield on May 2. Among them were administrators blazing new paths in education in the foothills area. Dr. […]

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Tigers return with high marks

@TheSunGazette fresno – Woodlake High School was well respected at the 89th California State Future Farmers of America (FFA) Leadership Conference in Fresno. Out of the event which hosted over 7,000 members, 23 were from Woodlake High School. And the Tigers were not there to merely watch but to compete. Out of the 23 Woodlake […]

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Student filmmakers make their premiere Friday at the Fox

@TheSunGazette visalia – The 2017 Slick Rock Student Film Festival – Central California’s largest student film competition – is scheduled for Friday, May 12 at the Fox Theater in downtown Visalia. This year, the festival received over 650 film entries. Over 160 middle and high school films receiving a “Premiere Cut” designation will be screened continuously […]

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