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SVMC latches on to breastfeeding event

Sierra View Medical Center will join hospitals in nearly 28 countries for a synchronized global event @TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – Being a mother is one of the most common, yet special experiences in the world. Part of the experience is nursing a young infant. In concert with the rest of the globe, the Sierra View Medical […]

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Tulare County Cattlewomen rustle up $4,500 in scholarships

Harmony Magnet Academy alumna Grace Guthrie earns $1,500 Marian Guthrie Memorial Scholarship @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Four Tulare County students interested in working with livestock will get a portion of their college paid for. Earlier this month, the Tulare County Cattlewomen announced a $1,500 scholarship and three, $1,000 scholarship as part of its 2019 recipients. […]

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Tutoring center takes seats in Visalia

Afterschool tutoring center will use the Kumon method to provide math and reading instruction @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Afterschool programs provide students with supervision while their parents are still working, enrichment programs that expose them to art and science, and fun activities to keep them exercising throughout the day. What they often don’t provide is time […]

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County takes special STEPS over the summer

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – When asked in a mock interview to name one of his strengths, Porterville College student Juan said, “I’m pretty good at working with my hands.” This summer, Juan got the opportunity to demonstrate his hands-on abilities through a job placement with the Porterville Adult School. The SEE Youth Program was able […]

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California Connections Academy graduates 40 seniors

Online Public School Students Celebrate Academic Achievements, Head to Distinguished Universities @TheSunGazette TULARE – California Connections Academy Central, a tuition-free online public school serving students in transitional kindergarten through 12th grade, graduated approximately 40 high school seniors among two commencement ceremonies. On June 17 at the Warren Atherton Auditorium at San Joaquin Delta Community College in Stockton, students gathered to […]

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WHS grad wants City to pass younger age voting measure

Woodlake High School graduate Jessica Reynoso encourages Woodlake to place measure on 2020 ballot allowing 16- and 17-year-olds to vote in local elections By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette WOODLAKE – When politicos think of a young voting population they don’t think high school. But one Woodlake High School graduate is. In 2016, Berkeley […]

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PUSD helps adult students fly with sunbirds

Porterville Unified has partnered with Fresno Pacific University to help adults earn teaching credential @TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – Porterville Unified School District is partnering with Fresno Pacific University to create a program for adults, who wish to earn a teaching credential.  Classes for the credential program will take place in both Porterville and the FPU campus in […]

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California updates parents hungry for financial break

Department of Education announces updated list of programs serving nutritious meals to low income families in the 2019-20 school year @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY — Parents struggling to afford the day-to-day costs of clothing, feeding, and educating their students can find a little relief from the expense of school year.  The California Department of Education recently […]

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CCTC honored for technology innovation

California Center on Teaching Careers receives Technology Innovation Award for virtual job fairs, online application that matches teachers with jobs @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – A program tasked with solving California’s teaching shortage through better recruitment and retention practices just got some welcome, yet unexpected publicity.  Earlier this summer, the Tulare County Office of Education’s California […]

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Tulare County high school grads earn $20K four-year scholarships from Calif. Table Grape Commission

@TheSunGazette FRESNO – Nicholas Patton of Visalia is a prime example of how the work ethic and leadership skills learned in Future Farmers of America (FFA) help students finds success in and outside of the classroom. Nicholas graduated from Golden West High School last month with a 4.0 grade point average and an MVP award […]

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