News Gallery Week Archives - 2019

December 18, 2019
TCOE students submit artwork to create set of first annual holiday cards; Lynne Goodwin named administrator of California Friday Night Live Partnership; Tulare County Board of Education selects new officers

December 11, 2019
Special Services teacher selected as KSEE24 Educator of the Week; Planetarium to host double feature of popular holiday shows; ABC30 special on vaping to air on Sunday; Bright Start holds annual holiday gathering

December 4, 2019
SCICON and Circle J to hold annual bird count event December 14; Dance classes offered through Theatre Company beginning in January; Farm Bureau provides grants for school gardens; Holiday Tea and annual Toy Drive set for this month; UPHS to hold annual Winter Concert December 10 at COS

November 27, 2019
Students in CHOICES After School Program help with popular Earlimart Farmers Market events; First Annual TCOE Equity Conference taking shape, breakout sessions set; Community Advisory Committee publishes annual calendar focusing on how Project-Based Learning is helping students with special needs; Tulare County Farm Bureau invites students to illustrate farming through the ages

November 20, 2019
TCOE employees honored for their years of service; Tulare County Theater Boosters create Frozen JR Meet the Characters event; ABC30's next Children First special to focus on vaping; Pumpkin patches promote physical activity and nutrition education; Tulare County schools take the Cardboard Challenge

November 13, 2019
Tulare County Council on Child & Youth Development plans community forum; University Prep student chosen to participate in Ivy League Program; Annual Student Art Exhibition opened this week; A Holiday in the City exhibition returns this year

November 6, 2019
Theatre Company set to perform popular Frozen JR musical this month; Employees invited to make gift to the TCOE Foundation this month; Tulare County Arts initiatives launched; 20th annual Expanding Your Horizons held for over 800 young women; CHARACTER COUNTS! Week wraps up with celebration of 80 top students; Virtual Teacher Recruitment Fair scheduled for November 19-20

October 30, 2019
New grant to focus on equity and improvement; Excellence in Education Awards hosts 25th annual event honoring 30 Tulare County educators and school employees; UC Merced/SCICON Field Station hosts science study weekend; Kings River students bring history to life at Fresno's Civil War Reenactment; Tulare Kings College and Career Collaborative holds second annual Manufacturing Day; Holocaust survivor Gabriella Karin visits La Sierra Military Academy

October 23, 2019
Thirty educators and school employees to be honored at 25th Annual Excellence in Education Awards ceremony next week; Noted improvement science consultant returns to Tulare County November 1; Thousands of students treated to orchestral performances during annual Young People's Concerts; Friday Night Live chapters across the state conduct annual Roadwatch survey; Orosi High School crowns Julieana Martinez homecoming queen; Local Slick Rock winner captures a top prize at the All American High School Film Festival

October 16, 2019
CHARACTER COUNTS! Week kicks off October 21 to honor nearly 6,000 Kids of Character; California Center on Teaching Careers receives second federal grant in partnership with TCOE's Behavioral Health Services; CHOICES receives additional funding to target illegal sale and use of tobacco products; Shelah Feldstein becomes national faculty member with Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

October 9, 2019
Educators, community members invited to annual Tulare County Council on Child & Youth Development event; Tulare County Youth Council to help host annual Red Ribbon Celebration October 30; Students engaged in learning about Veterans Day through the Tulare County Museum, public invited to attend celebration November 9

October 2, 2019
Registration open for UC Merced/SCICON Field Science Weekend; The Center receives federal teacher residency grant in partnership with Visalia Unified; Trainings bolster school supports for English learners; Early Stars awards early childhood education program participants in improvement program

September 25, 2019
Equity Conference planned for January 27; Educators of the Year honored in partnership with the Central California Chinese Cultural Center; TCOE medals in Corporate Games; Step Up Youth Challenge begins with record-breaking 39 teams; TUPE leadership training motivates youth

September 18, 2019
CHARACTER COUNTS! founder and new administrator visit Tulare County to discuss partnership; StarLab system opens the galaxy to SCICON students; College Night resources available to parents and high school students; California Friday Night Live Partnership wins national award for underage gambling prevention program; Circle J Family Astronomy Nights continue

September 11, 2019
Registration opens tomorrow for Young People's Concerts; California State Library K-12 Digital Project coming to Tulare County October 2; Health Fair planned for employees on October 2, flu shots available; SCICON open house scheduled for Sunday, September 15; Teams invited to join new Student Tech Showdown January 18

September 4, 2019
Registration now open for Expanding Your Horizons, presenters also sought; Hundreds attend Anti-Bullying Symposium, return to their campuses to create positive school cultures; The Dream Center opens with reception attended by representatives from 25 agencies; CHOICES holds first Crisis Prevention, Preparation, Response Forum of the year, two additional forums planned

August 28, 2019
Three teachers to be honored through Confucius' Birthday/Educators of the Year Awards Program; TCOE awarded grant to help with county's 2020 Census efforts; Red Ribbon Celebration set for October 21-25; Nominations now open for Kids of Character Awards

August 21, 2019
Agencies come together to create the Dream Center in support of foster youth; Registration now open for state environmental literacy conference; Tulare County Office of Education Foundation welcomes new leadership

August 14, 2019
Leadership Support Services welcomes new staff to further support Tulare County school districts; Troxell-CDI to offer STEM training on September 4; Early Childhood Education sets sail with new goals to guide their voyage; High school students and parents invited to attend 38th Annual Tulare County College Night September 10

August 7, 2019
SEE grant and Jose Aviles making a difference in the lives of youth on probation; Registration now open for annual Step Up Youth Challenge; California Center on Teaching Careers sets dates for 2019-20 virtual job fairs

July 31, 2019
School emergency response system developed through CHOICES Program; New collaborative broadens scope of successful continuous improvement grant; Institute supports new teachers and interns with resources; California Center on Teaching Careers wins national award

July 24, 2019
STEPS Grant Program provides work readiness training and employment; Newsies leaps into second week of performances; Local partners enhance ERS student events; Instructional Services welcomes new staff members

July 17, 2019
Theatre Company's production of Newsies opens this week; Planetarium premieres Apollo space program documentary to celebrate the 50th anniversary of man's first walk on the moon; California Center on Teaching Careers receives Technology Innovation Award; New Leadership

July 10, 2019
Migrant students immersed in engineering; TCOE honors 41 retirees; Student event dates set for 2019-20 school year

July 3, 2019
Welcome to News Gallery Week; Students participate in first UC Merced/SCICON Field Station internship; TCOE welcomes Fernie Marroquin; Tulare County athletes compete at Special Olympics Northern California; La Sierra holds basic training for new cadets; Congratulations TCOE program graduates  

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