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PUSD superintendent Ken Gibbs to retire this summer

Dr. Nate Nelson will succeed Dr. Ken Gibbs as superintendent of Porterville Unified @TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – Strathmore High School students will have a new face at their graduation ceremonies next year.  Last week, Porterville Unified School District (PUSD) Superintendent Dr. Ken Gibbs announced his retirement, effective July 1, 2018.  “I would like to thank the […]

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Educators’ conference emphasizes creativity in early education

Early Childhood Education to host 30th annual Child Care Conference April 21 in Visalia @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Early childhood educators will gather in Visalia this weekend to discuss the roles of art and play in nurturing a child’s creativity, a key component in children learning to express themselves, grow emotionally and gain confidence. The Early Childhood Education […]

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Lindsay Kiwanis Club recognizes TERRIFIC kids for month of March

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY  – The Lindsay Kiwanis Club recognizes Lindsay Unified School District learners who are Thoughtful-Enthusiastic-Respectful-Responsible-Inclusive-Friendly-Inquisitive-Capable (TERRIFIC). Ashley Villanueva is a fifth grade learner at Washington School.  Her favorite subject is History.  As part of Team Empower, Ashley assists with school tours for educators visiting from all over the nation.  Ashley is also a peer […]

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Six teachers to receive Crystal Apple Awards

Exeter, Visalia teachers will be presented with awards tonight, April 11 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Six local teachers will be honored with the Crystal Apple Award at 6:30 p.m. tonight, April 11 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This is the 12th year the Crystal Apple award has been presented to teachers from […]

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Academic Achievement in Woodlake

@TheSunGazette The Woodlake Unified School District Board honored students for academic achievement at a special board meeting on March 21. Back row: Nelwyn DeForest, 7th grade; Jamie Lopez, 11th grade, Jacob Canizalez, 12th grade; Adam Sahagun, 8th grade; Mia Corrales, 5th grade. Front row: Felipe Arambula, 5th grade; Damian Vargas, 2nd grade; and Maryam Ali, 2nd grade. Not Pictured: Vanessa Meza, 12th grade, was […]

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Young authors display writings this week

Reception for elementary, middle school students will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on April 12 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Nearly 700 elementary and middle school students will display their writings at the annual Young Authors’ Faire, a free event which is open to the public. The students worked alone or in groups to produce […]

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Manuel F. Hernandez is the only Tulare County school to make statewide list of 287 Distinguished Schools

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – For the second time, Manuel F. Hernandez Elementary School has been recognized as a Distinguished School by the California Department of Education. It is the only elementary school in Tulare County to receive the recognition this year, which is based upon a school’s academic achievement and documentation of how that achievement was […]

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Young men asked to ‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’ at Lindsay and Woodlake high schools

Male students at Lindsay and Woodlake high schools wear high heels in support of female classmates @TheSunGazette tulare county – Young men at Lindsay and Woodlake high schools will walk a mile in high heels this month in a show of solidarity for their female classmates. Titled “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes”, the men’s […]

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Farmersville Unified still considering bilingual classes

Farmersville Unified may pilot dual language classes in kindergarten in fall 2019 By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – Six years after discussing the possibility of bringing dual immersion classes to its district, Farmersville Unified School District (FUSD) is finally ready to take the next step toward offering the bilingual education program. Dr. Paul Sevillano, assistant superintendent […]

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Retiring preschool teacher looks back on career

Woodlake’s 2017 Educator of the Year is Nancy Crawford By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN WOODLAKE – Thirty years ago Nancy Crawford was perfectly happy raising her children and had never thought about a career beyond motherhood. But after spending the last 29 years preparing other people’s children for school, Woodlake’s 2017 Educator of the Year is finding […]

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