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Migrant students immersed in engineering

Migrant Education offers science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) lessons to 550 students over the summer @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Migrant Education students Brianna and Ruby worked for several weeks this summer at Farmersville High School on a product that could potentially save lives by preventing brain injury. The young women were part of Migrant […]

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Exeter Unified locks down Eddy though 2022

Exeter Unified superintendent George Eddy accepts three year deal worth $187,866 annually @TheSunGazette EXETER – The Exeter Unified School District will have at least three years of security for their top spot, now that they have inked superintendent George Eddy to a long term deal. During the District’s July 10 board meeting, Eddy accepted an […]

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Tulare County receives $500,000 for literacy

@TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO — Almost one-third of Tulare County residents are functionally illiterate. That puts Tulare County third to last in literacy in the state, according to 2003 statistics provided by the National Center for Education Statistics, the most recent tallied by the organization. More recent data shows that the majority of K-12 students in California, […]

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Tulare County receives $1 million for literacy

Three of every five Tulare County students do not meet the standard for reading and writing; is one of only two counties to receive funding from State Superintendent @TheSunGazette sacramento — The majority of K-12 students in California struggle to read, write, and research. Literacy skills are even worse in Tulare County, where three in […]

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VUSD offers nine new electives at high schools

Courses range from guitar to AP government, engine mechanics to computer game development @TheSunGazette VISALIA – High school students in Visalia will have nine new courses ranging from guitar to AP government and engine mechanics to computer game development. The elective courses were approved by the Visalia Unified School District board of trustees last month […]

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Students, parents, staff come together to make VUSD more inclusive for all

Inclusivity Task Force makes recommendations to prevent discrimination of students based on race, culture, sexual identity or freedom of expression By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Nearly two years ago, a student at Redwood High School wore a sweatshirt bearing the Confederate flag that reignited claims that racism and bigotry are embedded into the culture of […]

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FSU’s School of Nursing loses accreditation

Accreditation for Fresno State University’s School of Nursing master’s program withdrawn for documentation shortfall @TheSunGazette FRESNO – Nursing students hoping to obtain their master’s degree at Fresno State will have to look elsewhere for their advanced degree. On June 19, Fresno State University announced that it will not admit any new students into its School […]

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UC Merced/SCICON Field Station welcomes its first group of interns this week at Circle J-Norris Ranch in Springville

Location at SCICON is the only Field Station in the University of California’s Natural Reserve System (UCNRS) located in the Sierra Nevada @TheSunGazette SPRINGVILLE – This week, 16 high school students became the first to participate in an internship program as part of the new UC Merced/SCICON Field Station. Students will receive a stipend to […]

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Dream Big Golf Tournament raises funds for VUSD’s PULSE Afterschool Programs

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Golf isn’t a sport really known for getter your pulse racing, but it can raise the PULSE for middle school students in Visalia Unified. On Friday, June 28, Visalia Unified School District (VUSD) and Citywide Home Loans – Anthony Gonzales Mortgage Team will partner to host the 3rd Annual Dream Big Golf […]

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Son of missing Farmersville woman vows to become deputy

After his mother went missing three years ago, Juan Bravo joined the Sheriff’s Explorer Program to pursue a career in law enforcement @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Suffering the loss of a loved one can be traumatic for teenagers. Suffering the loss of a loved one at the hands of a family member is horrific and could […]

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