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Class takes students from backpacks to backpacking

@TheSunGazette tulare — The College of the Sequoias Training Resource Center will be offering a Backpacking in the Sierra class. The class will hold instructional meetings on Wednesdays, Sept. 6, 13, 20 and 27 from 7-9 p.m. They will then go on a backpacking trip on Oct. 6-8, 2017 in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Dr. […]

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New principal adds unique flow to Deep Creek Academy

By Achelle Reynoso / Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – The students of Deep Creek Academy began their academic year on Tuesday by welcoming Farmersville native Emily Koop as their new principal. Prior to receiving Koop’s new leadership role as principal, Deep Creek Academy has been a site for Adult School, Independent Study, a teenage parenting […]

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Deep Creek Academy ups options this fall

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN farmersville – When the 2016-17 school year ended, the future of Farmersville’s continuation high school was in question. Deep Creek Academy (DCA) graduated 15 or fewer students for the second year in a row, went an entire year without a principal and with only one full time teacher and canceled the […]

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Summer Night Lights heats up around the County

@TheSunGazette tulare county – If you are looking for something for the kids to do this summer besides just sit in their rooms and play video games all day long, then why not check out the Step Up program’s Summer Night Lights (SNL). There will be designated days for certain activities in Exeter, Lindsay, Woodlake […]

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Ruiz4Kids rewards Valley students

@TheSunGaztte tulare county – Out of the $522,500 scholarship dollars Ruiz 4 Kids awarded to students, a whopping $345,000 went to students from the Central Valley. A total of 317 valley students were recipients of the 2017 Ruiz 4 Kids Scholarships. There were also 21 students from Exeter, Farmersville and Lindsay. Each of these students […]

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COS saves local taxpayers $12million

@TheSunGazette visalia — College of the Sequoias (COS) completed a refinancing of bonds last week that will save taxpayers in Hanford, Visalia and Tulare more than $12 million. Dale Scott & Company (DS&C) served as the financial advisor to help the district refinance the bonds and take advantage of lower interest rates without lengthening the payback […]

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Lindsay kids get red carpet treatment

@TheSunGazette lindsay – Movies are no longer just being created by the top film directors, they’re being made by everyday people, including students. Lindsay Unified School District conducted a film contest for thousands of its learners. After all their hard work, the winners were revealed. Reagan Elementary won two out of the three age brackets, […]

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CHP helps teen drivers ‘Start Smart’ with driver’s ed course

@TheSunGazette visalia – The number one killer of teens in America is automobile collisions. Each year, approximately 4,000 teenagers are killed to these preventable collisions and another 400,000 teenagers are seriously injured. These deaths and injuries can be substantially reduced or prevented by eliminating high-risk driving behaviors through education. The California Highway Patrol’s (CHP) “Start […]

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