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Theatre Company creates two multi-week virtual events for students of all ages

Theatre Company Masterclass Miniseries

Launching this month, the Theatre Company is offering two multi-week workshops to help students of all ages perfect their theatre skills. The virtual workshops are built around two grade level ranges: K-6 and 7-12.

Students in grades K-6 are invited to identify the skills they want to develop with support from coaches – singing, acting, light choreography, and more. Lead by Theatre Company’s Nicole Zweifel, the K-6 Masterclass Miniseries begins June 22 and extends through August 7. Students and parents can establish their own schedule of meetings with the masterclass team. For more information and to register, please contact Nicole at Parental consent forms for this series can be found at

Students in grades 7-12 are invited to enroll in a five-week vocal intensive June 30 through July 31. This series, led by the Theatre Company’s vocal coach Charlotte Garcia Da Rosa, will focus on helping students build a collection of audition songs and make the most of their vocal and acting skills. The vocal series will be held each Tuesday and Friday from 1:00 until 2:30 p.m. via Zoom. To register, visit

At the completion of each series, students will have the opportunity to perform for fellow students and record their performance for others to view on TCOE’s YouTube Channel.

For more information about either series, view the flyers at

Annual Pursuing Victory With Honor Scholarship awarded to four Tulare County scholar athletes

The CHARACTER COUNTS! program is pleased to announce the names of four Tulare County scholar athletes chosen to receive the annual Pursuing Victory With Honor Scholarships. The scholarship program, now in its eighth year, awards four Tulare County seniors $500 each for their academic achievements and for their exemplary character on and off the field.

PVWH Scholarship winner Jacob Buckley Jacob Buckley
Jacob was a member of the Monache High School tennis team. He credits two teachers for inspiring him with a positive and innovative mindset – John Sherrill and Emily Drum. He also admires the work of entertainer Chance the Rapper for his work in supporting underprivileged youth and the homeless in his community. After college, John plans to work in the nonprofit sector so that he can give back to his community.

Alicia Fregoso
Alicia is a graduate of Golden West High School where she was a member of the swim and soccer teams. She was also the women’s water polo team captain and most valuable player, receiving the school’s Jim Coiner Award. This fall, she plans to attend Biola University.

Clarence Harmon
PVWH Scholarship winner Clarence Harmon Clarence was a member of Porterville High School’s wrestling team. He plans to attend college to obtain an undergraduate degree in computational analysis and a graduate degree in business analytics, which he hopes to apply as a quantitative analyst in a business setting. He credits his mother for tenaciously supporting him through his childhood when he was afflicted with a loss of speech.

Sadee Perez
PVWH Scholarship winner Sadee Perez with her family Sadee graduated from Mt. Whitney High School where she played on the volleyball and basketball teams. She credits her parents for showing her that through hard work she could achieve anything she imagines. Sadee plans to pursue a college degree to become a physical therapist.

"These four graduates have been fine examples of sportsmanship to their competitors as well as their teammates,” said Tulare County Superintendent of Schools Tim Hire. “Thank you Jacob, Alicia, Clarence, and Sadee for always pursuing victory with honor. We wish you much success in college and your chosen careers."

Distance Learning Resources

Coming Up!

  • Many upcoming student events have been cancelled or postponed. Check the current list of all student events (cancelled, postponed, and tentatively scheduled) on the Student Events webpage.

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Editor: Robert Herman, Public Information Officer
Contributors: Marlene Moreno, Jennifer Fisher, Lorena White, Bethany Rader, Ariel Barrios, Kelley Petty, and Gene Mendes.

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