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‘E’ is everything for Three Rivers School

Measure E would generate $4 mil for K-8 school to do first facility upgrades since the 1990s By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN THREE RIVERS – There isn’t much Susan Sherwood won’t do for her school. For the last seven years she has served as superintendent, principal, and eighth grade teacher at Three Rivers Union School District […]

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Getting a library card is ‘Incredible’

Tulare County Library branches celebrate National Library Card Sign-Up Month @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Come by any Tulare County Library Branch to “Get a library card and check out something incredible!” with Disney Pixar’s superhero family, the Incredibles. To celebrate National Library Card Sign-Up Month, patrons can enter for a chance to win one of five […]

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County schools are better than national rankings

WalletHub’s ranking for least educated area doesn’t take into account that many residents were not educated before arriving in Tulare County @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – A recent report on Tulare County being the least educated area in the United States might have been statistically accurate but also somewhat misleading.   Adam Peck, executive director of […]

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Fresno State offers future teachers a credential program in Tulare County

Future teachers can begin at local community colleges, finish at Fresno State Visalia Campus @TheSunGazette  FRESNO — A new Fresno State Visalia Campus program will allow students to earn a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies and a multiple subject teaching credential in four years without having to leave the South Valley.  The Integrated Teacher Education […]

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Eleanor Roosevelt Community Learning Center north of Exeter working towards improvements and campus expansion

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Homeschooled students around Tulare County, and even a few beyond, can look forward to a place they can lay down some roots.  The Eleanor Roosevelt Community Learning Center (ERCLC), a resource for homeschooled families and students, has been operating in temporary buildings since 2000. Located west of Exeter on Road […]

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Biennial Healthy Kids Survey shows 4% drop in alcohol, tobacco, other drug use among Calif. middle, high schoolers

@TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO — Alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use continues to decline among middle and high school students, and improvements have occurred in indicators of pupil engagement, school climate, and mental health among high school students, according to the 2015–17 Biennial State California Healthy Kids Survey. Released last month by West Ed — a research, […]

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Exeter FFA finds national success

EUHS FFA program, grads, students earn honors in three events at the National FFA Convention this fall By Lauren McEwen Exeter FFA Reporter EXETER – At the 2018 National FFA Convention this October in Indianapolis, numerous members of the Exeter FFA chapter will be recognized by the National FFA Organization. Cole Dunn, Kaitlyn McFarlan, Austin […]

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Exeter grad earns full ride to Fresno State as a president’s scholar

EXETER – Anne Morley, who graduated from Exeter High in June as a valedictorian with a GPA of 4.33, is one of the 50 freshmen admitted to the prestigious Smittcamp Honor’s College at Fresno State.   As the only Honors College in the California State University system, the Smittcamp Family Honors College is unique. President’s scholars […]

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Stephen Bradley hired to first principal position in Exeter after 18 years at Burton School District

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – Wilson Middle School had some changes over the summer. On the first day of school, students got to see the newly remolded first three wings of classrooms, and got to meet their new principal.  Stephen Bradley takes over the lead position at the school after spending the past three years […]

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CSU Fresno still accepting limited number of applications

Fresno State remains an impacted campus with 26,000 students applying for 5,400 slots By Lisa Boyles Special to the Sun-Gazette FRESNO – Fresno State will accept a limited number of student applications for the spring 2019 semester from new, upper-division transfer applicants and graduate students starting on Aug. 1. The application deadline for upper-division transfer applicants […]

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