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New admin to ‘Step Up’ for County program

The Tulare County Board of Supervisors has named Allison Pierce as the new Program Administrator for the County’s Step Up Anti-Gang Program. Pierce has been the County’s Step Up staff representative since 2011 and her title became official on November 3. “Allison has been dedicated to the Step Up Program since its inception,” said Chairman [...]

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CA adopts NexGen Science Standards

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson said the state is one step closer to implementing the California Next Generation Science Standards (CA NGSS) as the State Board of Education adopted a new plan last week. “This plan lays out what the state, districts, and the community can do to ensure that the exciting new science standards [...]

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Exeter shade funding is heating up

Exeter kids will have a cooler playground before next summer’s scorching weather. The Exeter Kiwanis Club recently announced its fund-raising was on track to build a sun shade structure over the playground equipment at Schroth Park, located at the corner of Belmont Road and Vine Street. In a letter thanking the community for its support, [...]

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School Rule

School board meetings are held on the following dates: Exeter Unified 5 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month at the Board Room, 215 N. Crespi Ave. 592-9421. Farmersville Unified 6:45 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at the district office, 571 E. Citrus. 592-2010. Lindsay Unified 6 p.m. on [...]

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Exeter Unified moves District Office across town

This is a short week for many in the Exeter Unified School District Office, but there is plenty of work being done behind the scenes. Following a Monday full of Veterans Day activities and the Tuesday holiday, district staff will not be in the office this Friday either. In fact, they won’t ever be there [...]

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TCOE unmasks ‘Phantom’ four Nov

This month, the Theatre Company will perform four public performances of Phantom of the Opera. Students have been working this semester to prepare their production of the popular Andrew Lloyd Webber musical. Phantom of the Opera is the story of a masked figure who lurks in the catacombs below the Paris Opera House, exercising a reign of [...]

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Take Notes

See’s Candy holiday sale is sweet music for EUHS Monarch Band The EUHS Monarch Band Boosters is holding a See’s Candy Holiday Fundraiser to raise the funds needed to purchase uniforms; send the EUHS band to competitions located in the Central Valley, as well as to a workshop and a jazz band performance at Disneyland; [...]

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WUSD seeks funds to finish bond projects

Sun-Gazette Since passing Measure C in 2008, Woodlake voters have watched the bond measure transform some of its school facilities. But six years after the $4.8 million bond measure was passed by 61% of the voters, only about half of the projects on the original bond list have been completed. The money from Measure C [...]

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School Rule

School board meetings are held on the following dates: Exeter Unified 5 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month at the Board Room, 215 N. Crespi Ave. 592-9421. Farmersville Unified 6:45 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at the district office, 571 E. Citrus. 592-2010. Lindsay Unified 6 p.m. on [...]

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Local student challenged to ‘Step Up’

Local middle school and high school students are stepping up against gangs by coming up with projects to inspire their classmates to make positive choices. Last week, Tulare County’s Step Up Youth Challenge program kicked into full gear with its annual youth summit. More than 350 youth representing 29 middle, junior and high schools from [...]

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