Poetry and Pros on Stage

By Jeannie Lopez The Tulare Office of Educations had more than 1,000 students participating in its annual Poetry and Prose On Stage. The three-day oral interpretation event joined more than 70 [...]

P2P become reporters for a day

By Jeannie Lopez People to People students are getting more and more excited every day as they prepare to go on a trip to the British Isles. But before they journey to Wales, England and Ireland, [...]

A lesson in 'Altruism'

By Dr. Steven W. Sinmpson Altruism as a learning objective may not rate highly in the brave new world of standardized testing and No Child Left Behind federal law, but some of the greatest [...]

EUHSD accepts $5,000 donation

By Jeannie Lopez The Exeter Union High School District accepted a gift of $5,000 from J.G. Boswell Company on March 16. The donation is designated for the Exeter Union High School Track [...]

New schedule for '05-'06 school yr.

By Jeannie Lopez At the March 14 regular board meeting, Lindsay Unified School District approved the new staggered starting and ending times for schools in order to allow buses to reach school [...]

Board approves summer schedule

By Jeannie Lopez At last week's board meeting Exeter Union School District approved the 2005 Summer School Schedule. Summer school runs from June 6 through July 14. Classes will be in [...]

Local schools so close to target

By Jeannie Lopez Last week State Superintendent Jack O'Connel released the 2004 API (Academic Performance Index) base results. The API is a numeric index or scale ranging from a low of 200 [...]

Students win big at Math Bowl

By Jeannie Lopez Last week 38 middle schools attended the Math Super Bowl at the Visalia Convention Center presented by Tulare County Office of Education. More than 700 students competed against [...]

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