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LUSD gives teachers and classified staff raises for fifth straight year

Lindsay Unified employees have seen 22% increase in total compensation since the 2012-13 school year By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LINDSAY – Contract negotiations between teachers/employees and school district administration are often contentious, emotional and impassable. But there’s no arguing that Lindsay Unified School District (LUSD) has had some of the most amicable negotiations in Tulare County. […]

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Lindsay Unified School Board discusses moves to show support of undocumented learners in late threat the DACA program

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has swept both conservative and liberal parties into a frenzy. DACA has offered work authorization and a renewable two-year reprieve from deportation to unauthorized immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children and met specific eligibility requirements. And, while conservatives and […]

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Sequoia Union Parents Guild invites the community to attend Oct. 7 fall carnival

@TheSunGazette LEMON COVE — The old wild west might be a thing you read in history books but the Sequoia Union Elementary School Parents Guild is inviting parents and students alike to come out and experience it for themselves. Hosted at Sequoia Union the community can attend the fall carnival from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. […]

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Take Note: School offers night classes at EUHS

Visalia Adult School is offering classes for high school diploma, general education degree (GED), English as a second language (ESL) and citizenship. Under an agreement with Exeter Union High School, the adult school has been allowed to use space at the high school for night classes. Childcare available for free to students enrolled in the […]

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J.J. Cairns opens adult school in Lindsay

Adult Ed Consortium offers free registration at J.J. Cairns in Lindsay By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Parents send their children off to school every day before they head off to work. And every day they hope their kids come one day closer to completing their education and moving on to bigger and better things. But […]

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RTI Report: More minority students, especially African-American and Latino, are becoming college-ready

@TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – For some students, going to college is not guaranteed, even with student loans. It is true that not everyone can afford to go to college if they want to stay out of debt, but being eligible to go is another matter entirely. Maintaining good grades, or at least good enough to be […]

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EUHS music department is holding emergency concert to help victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

@TheSunGazette EXETER – Hundreds of people across the nation are banding together to help raise money and support for the devastation brought on by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma in the Houston and Florida Keys areas. Even the Exeter Union High School marching band is lending a hand to the relief efforts with a benefit concert. […]

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Exeter student to be honored at Twitter HQ

Students and industry come together to celebrate student voice and digital leadership in social media @TheSunGazette SAN FRANCISCO – Getting on the national and even international stage is tough for anyone coming from the Central Valley. There is plenty working against those trying to break through the noise, but one student from Exeter just might […]

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Woodlake Unified School Board discusses how to put construction funds to use

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Two weeks ago the Woodlake Unified School District (WUSD) Board and staff discussed what to do with some new and some old grant dollars. According superintendent Drew Sorensen, some of the money was unexpected after having the money taken away during the Great Recession. Woodlake High School’s stadium renovations have […]

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Air District seeking Valley student artwork for annual kids’ calendar contest

@TheSunGazette CENTRAL VALLEY – Students throughout the Valley are being asked to take their air to art by the Air District. Students who have a passion for drawing are encouraged to submit their artwork with the theme healthy air which gives them the opportunity to showcase their work in the 2018 Healthy Air Living Kids’ […]

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