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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Accreditation for Fresno State University’s School of Nursing master’s program withdrawn for documentation shortfall @TheSunGazette FRESNO – Nursing students hoping to obtain their master’s degree at Fresno State will have to look elsewhere for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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Visalia Technical Early College celebrates its first 10 years

Visalia’s hands-on charter high school has changed names, grade levels, and college credits in the last decade @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Ten years ago, Visalia Technical Early College (VTEC) was founded with a hands-on approach to learning. The philosophy is somewhat simple, “that students learn best when they are engaged in high-interest, meaningful curricular activities that […]

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Aztecs are in a class of their own

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FARMERSVILLE – When class speaker Armando Baldwin took to the podium to deliver the first speech of Farmersville High School’s Commencement Ceremony, it was not long until the crowd was hushed in silence. He spoke with such emotion, and his message, “Farmersville strives for excellence.” “No person or system can put […]

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Exeter grads celebrate in light of heavy hearts

Graduates receive their diplomas, recognize a student missing due to a tragic collision two weeks prior By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Monarch Stadium was packed once again to celebrate their most recent graduating class. But students, families and teachers pushed their celebratory mood aside for just a moment to remember America Fernandez, who could […]

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Golden West says farewell to 40th class of trailblazers

2019’s graduating class lays claim to multiple top tier awards and over $26,000 raised for Valley Children’s @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Golden West High School reached a milestone last Friday. The Class of 2019 was the school’s 40th graduating class since it opened in 1979. None of the graduates of course were alive when the school […]

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