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Woodlake High School Theater Arts performs “A Dickens Christmas Carol” on Nov. 16 and 18

@TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – It isn’t Halloween yet but it still feels like the holiday season is right around the corner. And the Woodlake High School Theater Arts program hopes everyone will be in the Christmas spirit with their production of “A Dickens Christmas Carol.” Performances are Thursday, Nov. 16 and Saturday, Nov. 18 at 7 […]

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Woodlake Unified advances bullying policy

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – National campaigns against bullying have brought the detrimental effects of victims to the forefront. In response schools have made it a priority to be on the lookout for bullying behavior and stop it whenever they can. The latest school district to dig deep into their bullying policy is Woodlake Unified […]

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Harmony Magnet Academy is named to elite list of schools for academic achievement

@TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – Tulare County’s highest performing high school is also among the elite schools in academic achievement throughout the state and across the nation. Harmony Magnet Academy was one of just 23 California public schools and 342 schools nationwide to be recently chosen for 2017 National Blue Ribbon Schools list. This coveted award honors […]

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Judge, health care CEO, Major League educator, and farming leader were inducted to the College of the Sequoias Hall of Fame on Oct. 5

@TheSunGazette visalia — College of the Sequoias inducted four new Hall of Fame members on Oct. 5: Jennifer Conn Shirk, Richard Doepker, Kerry Hydash and Charlie Pitigliano. Inducting an individual into the COS Hall of Fame is one of the highest awards COS can present to alumni. It is reserved for those that have made significant […]

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Lindsay Unified Schoold District gets $28M to incentivize teachers

Lindsay Unified one of just 14 schools to receive Teacher and School Leader Incentive Program grant to recruit, develop the highest quality teachers By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LINDSAY – On the day that Lindsay Unified School District saw the sunset of a $10 million grant that helped accelerate its unique performance based system, school administrators announced […]

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Monarch stadium opening postponed

School board decides to push back opening of new football stadium in order to make sure new track is adhered correctly @TheSunGazette EXETER – The Exeter Union High School football team will have to wait even longer in order to play their first home game inside Monarch Stadium. On Sept. 21, Exeter Unified School District […]

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Farmersville grad continues to strive at university level

University of the Pacific in Stockton, Calif. names Farmersville High School graduate Karina Jimenez a Powell Scholar, its premier merit scholarship @TheSunGazette STOCKTON – Some students who were successful in high school find themselves overwhelmed when they get to college. It might be that they realize they are small fish in a large pond and […]

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Visalia PD to increase officer patrols for traffic safety near schools

@TheSunGazette  VISALIA – Tulare County students will join schools from around the country to celebrate National Walk to School Day today, Oct. 4, As a higher number of students will be walking and rolling to school along with parents, teachers and community leaders, the Visalia Police Deparrment, in partnership with the Visalia Unified School District, […]

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Three PUSD pathways join Lenovo Scholar Network

PUSD students will receive the Benefits of Innovative Program supporting students through STEAM ed. @TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – The CODE (Computer Operations & Development Education) Pathway at Granite Hills High School, MTA (Multimedia Technology Academy) Pathway at Monache High School, and AOE (Academy of Engineering) at Harmony Magnet Academy have begun the 2017-2018 academic year as […]

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County schools see few gains in state testing

Most districts, schools are below county, state average for number of students meeting or exceeding state standards in English language arts and mathematics By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY — Overall Tulare County schools saw little improvement in state test scores despite a steady gain for schools throughout the rest of the state. The results of the […]

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