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WUHS approves three new courses

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN woodlake – On Wednesday, Feb. 8, the Woodlake Unified School District presented and discussed the addition of three new elective courses, removes two and updates a course at the district’s curriculum and instruction subcommittee for approval by the governing board. The new courses approved were personal finance, agriculture soil and […]

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Woodlake delays color run

@TheSunGazette woodlake – The Woodlake Unified School District unexpectedly postponed its second annual MyPlate Color Run earlier this month. The run, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 18 at Castle Rock Elementary School, 360 N. Castle Rock Road in Woodlake, has been postponed until March 11 due to weather. Coordinated by the Tulare County Office of Education’s […]

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Setting the PACE for Alternative Ed

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – A local school administrator is setting the pace for continuation high school success on a statewide level. Last month, the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) announced that Kaweah High School Principal Darin Pace is the Tulare County and regional award winner for the Continuation/Educational Options Administrator of the […]

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LHS music department receives key addition

@TheSunGazette lindsay – Donations come in many shapes and sizes. And for Lindsay High School (LHS), a generous couple donated a rather large gift to the music program. Larry and Angie Ruiz of Visalia gifted the LHS music program with a beautiful, vintage piano. The McPhail piano, which is over 100 years old, will be […]

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Lumber and Lightening

@TheSunGazette exeter – With the smell of popcorn and pizza wafting through the air of the Lincoln Elementary cafeteria on a Saturday afternoon, it was that time of year again … no not football … Pinewood Derby. The Exeter Cub Scouts Pack 309 held their annual Pinewood Derby car race on Jan., 28. The boys […]

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McFarlan runs to two State Titles

@TheSunGazette exeter – Four years ago, freshman Kaitlyn McFarlan accidentally walked into a citrus judging meeting for Exeter FFA. Today, she is a State Champion in that competition. On Feb. 4, McFarlan beat out 58 competitors to take first place in the Citrus A category at the Mid-Winter State Championships at Fresno State University. Citrus […]

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Farm Bureau awards blue jackets to local FFAers

@TheSunGazette tulare county – Launched in 2012, Blue Jacket Bonanza was developed to provide area students involved in FFA, who may not have the financial means, a chance to earn their own uniform jacket. To be granted a jacket the students completed an application process, participated in personal interviews with the Blue Jacket Bonanza selection […]

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WUSD puts color run back on its ‘Plate’

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN woodlake – The most colorful and healthiest run in the San Joaquin Valley will return to Woodlake this Saturday. Capitalizing on the popularity of color runs – where participants are blasted with colored chalk during the race – the Woodlake Unified School District will again play host to MyPlate Color Run […]

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Growing Numbers

@TheSunGazette farmersville – Like many young girls, the thought of raising cute and cuddly sheep was the reason Carolina Hernandez wanted to be a part of FFA at Farmersville High School. But four years later, leadership is the main reason she has stayed in FFA. Hernandez said she does not come from a farming family […]

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Tigers take impromptu first, second place

@TheSunGazette woodlake – What do Mahatma Ghandi, Steve Jobs and agriculture have in common? The answer to that question was a first and second place finish for Woodlake High School sophomores Anthony Guizman and Edith Guijon, respectively. The Woodlake FFAers were the high finishers in the Impromptu Public Speaking Division at the Sequoia Section finals […]

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