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Assistant superintendent leaves impressive legacy at Woodlake Unified

Glen Billington leaves Woodlake Unified to become superintendent of Yosemite Unified By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Woodlake’s longtime assistant superintendent took the top job at Yosemite Unified. But in his wake he has left a number of accomplishments that will keep Woodlake Unified thriving for years to come. “The opportunity came for him and […]

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Ruiz 4 Kids opens 2019 scholarship applications

High school seniors, community college students encouraged to apply by Feb. 15 @TheSunGazette DINUBA – College is not getting cheaper for high school and community college students hoping to take the plunge to a university. Fortunately, businesses are willing to lend a hand. Ruiz 4 Kids Scholarship applications are open until Feb. 15. Applications are […]

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Volunteers needed for Visalia Unified’s Measure A Oversight Committee

Citizens oversight committee ensures appropriate spending of school district’s $100 million bond measure VISALIA – Visalia Unified School District is seeking applicants for the Measure A Citizens Oversight Committee. The law requires that at least one member come from each of the following categories: be active in a business organization representing the business community; be […]

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Unearned Education

By Jerrold H. Jensen Most of us probably dreaded the years of tests we faced before earning a high school diploma. As adults, we can now turn the tables and examine the test scores of the teachers and administrators. The results of their students reveal how effective they are in teaching and in using our […]

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Lindsay Kiwanis Club names TERRIFIC kids for November

Lindsay Kiwanis Club recognized Osvaldo Espinoza-Cabrera and Lucero Herrera-Valdez for their outstanding character in the month of November @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Three lucky students who exemplify the best Lindsay Unified strives for were selected as Kiwanis learners for the month of November. Kiwanis is dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at […]

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Wilson School gets holiday gift

Dollar General donates $10,000 to Wilson Middle School in Exeter through its literacy foundation By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – Wilson Middle School was a recipient of some early holiday giving on Tuesday, Dec. 18. Dollar General donated $10,000 to the school through the company’s literacy foundation on the first day of the company’s “12 […]

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Sundale, CVC agree to ‘Shake’ on it

K-8 elementary in Tulare, private middle school in Visalia seeking volunteers to help with The Amazing Shake life skills competition By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for the Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – Central Valley Christian (CVC) Middle School in Visalia is looking for a few adult volunteers. Sundale School in Tulare could use a couple, too. You […]

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Mt. Whitney puts a bow on band funds

Mt. Whitney Band Boosters volunteers raise funds by wrapping Christmas gifts at the Visalia Mall By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – For the past five years, the MWBB has helped put a wrap on Christmas. Through a location near the food court inside the Visalia Mall provided by the mall to them, […]

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Students fired up about ‘Dragons’

Visalia Unified board approves students’ pick of Denton Dragons for new elementary school @TheSunGazette VISAIA – Dragons have long captured the imagination of children and their fascination with fantastical creatures. So it was no surprise that dragons was the student pick for the mascot of Visalia Unified School District’s newest school being built at the […]

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CVC to construct new shop building

17,000 sq. ft. facility will include metal shop, wood shop, and art classes at Central Valley Christian @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A Visalia school is planning to build a gigantic multi-purpose room for shop classes and not one cent will be built with bond money from Measure A. On Nov. 13, the Visalia Planning Commission unanimously […]

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