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EUHS marching band debuts new trailer at Visalia Band Reviews

Community donates labor, funds for new EUHS marching band trailer @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Halftime show productions by high school bands is pretty involved. For 20 minutes every Friday night they wheel out their xylophones, ladders, drums, props and so much more. But when you think about how that all goes together when the band travels […]

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Tulare Co. Office of Education at ‘Center’ of solving teacher shortage statewide

Tulare County Office of Education spearheads California Center on Teaching Careers By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – County education leaders are spearheading a multi-million dollar effort to address a growing shortage of teachers in California. The Tulare County Office of Education, which has been working for 15 years to address the local teacher shortage, led […]

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Tulare County Library debuts new web site

TulareCountyLibrary.org gives more research options to Tulare County readers @TheSunGazette VISALIA – In Tulare County, research is tough to come by for some people. Sometimes it is because they do not have Internet access, and other times it is because of a lack of depth on a subject. But for anyone looking to do research through […]

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PUSD tentatively scheduled to begin construction on Porterville Military Academy in January

@TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – Pathways in schools are intended to help students find out what it is that they would like to do when they leave. Now, Porterville Unified School District (PUSD) is getting ready to offer students the military as one of those options. PUSD has tentatively scheduled to begin construction on the Porterville Military […]

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Rocky Hill Elementary students break the rules to fight cancer

Rocky Hill Elementary students raise $2,000 for American Cancer Society by buying the right to break the rules on campus @TheSunGazette EXETER – The American Cancer Society received a significant donation from an unusual funding source this year – elementary students purchasing the privilege of breaking the rules. Recently, the American Cancer Society Relay For Life […]

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Virtual Reality technology is now available at the Tulare County Library’s Visalia Branch

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Virtual Reality (VR) is a dream come true for visual learners. And now that the Tulare County Library’s Visalia Branch can offer it, they are welcoming patrons to come and give it a try. Immersive virtual reality helps people experience zero gravity, reach out and touch alien life forms, and shrink to […]

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Woodlake High School Theater Arts performs “A Dickens Christmas Carol” on Nov. 16 and 18

@TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – It isn’t Halloween yet but it still feels like the holiday season is right around the corner. And the Woodlake High School Theater Arts program hopes everyone will be in the Christmas spirit with their production of “A Dickens Christmas Carol.” Performances are Thursday, Nov. 16 and Saturday, Nov. 18 at 7 […]

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Woodlake Unified advances bullying policy

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – National campaigns against bullying have brought the detrimental effects of victims to the forefront. In response schools have made it a priority to be on the lookout for bullying behavior and stop it whenever they can. The latest school district to dig deep into their bullying policy is Woodlake Unified […]

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Harmony Magnet Academy is named to elite list of schools for academic achievement

@TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – Tulare County’s highest performing high school is also among the elite schools in academic achievement throughout the state and across the nation. Harmony Magnet Academy was one of just 23 California public schools and 342 schools nationwide to be recently chosen for 2017 National Blue Ribbon Schools list. This coveted award honors […]

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