News Gallery Week Archives - 2021

Annual Expanding Your Horizons event held virtually; Annual CAC calendar focuses on students with special needs persevering during pandemic; Tulare County students featured in latest ABC30 Children First special, All About the Arts

December 8, 2021
Soccer City 1852 Visalia holds groundbreaking; Young filmmakers invited to submit their work to annual Slick Rock Student Film Festival; Tulare students recognized for Pursuing Victory With Honor; McKenna Friend-Hoffman named Theatre Company’s new choreographer; Baltazar, Santano promoted to Human Resources analysts; Around the County – County sports teams recognized for top team GPAs

TCOE’s annual Student Art Exhibition opens today online; UPHS to hold annual Winter Concert next week; Around the County – Tulare County runners compete at state

Two Tulare County Slick Rock films win national Emmys; SEE to hold event for adults who receive Social Security disability, income benefits and want to go to work; Students build leadership skills at CHOICES Leadership Training; Around the County – Exeter volleyball wins CIF State Division IV regional title

Theatre Company’s The Lion King Jr. premieres tonight; UPHS Robotics captures top prize at competition

TCOE employees honored for over 2,400 years of service; Tulare Kings College and Career Collaborative holds triennial Impact Celebration event; Visalia students recognized for Pursuing Victory with Honor; Around the County – Mission Oak wins Central Section volleyball title

27th annual Excellence in Education Awards held; Tickets available for the production of Disney’s The Lion King Jr.; Foster Youth Services to hold two-day education summit; TCOE hosts drive-thru Red Ribbon Celebration; Provident-Salierno Family Foundation Awards honors Kids of Character

Third annual Equity Conference set for March 3; Around the County – Tulare County students selected for Honor Orchestra

Harvest of the Month returns to county classrooms; Foster Youth Services will hold drive-thru Halloween event for students and young adults; Around the County – Exeter Union High School holds ribbon-cutting ceremony for expansion of citrus farm

California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom promotes annual writing contest; Updated Tulare County Schools Directory now online; Around the County – Woodville Union receives Clean Energy Champion Award

TCOE awarded new federal arts grant; Anabel González named director for the Migrant Education Program, Region VIII; Students return to planetarium this month, new public show offered

Bright Future opens third center for preschool children; ABC30 special features two Tulare County teachers; Red Ribbon Celebration set for October 25-29

California Center on Teaching Careers to hold virtual substitute fair October 21; Learning & Leadership Forum returns with hybrid offerings; Around the County

EL RISE! trainings launch next week with numerous strands to help educators implement state English Learner Roadmap; Registration open for TCOE's annual Expanding Your Horizons event, returning as an in-person event; The Tulare County Council on Child & Youth Development will hold its annual Legislative Event October 13; Around the County

Jennifer Biagio named administrator for Educational Resource Services; Teachers invited to register for virtual Student Art Exhibition; Around the County

Step Up Youth Challenge resumes next week with advisor training; Registration now open for regional Best Results for Multilingual Learners Virtual Conference; Nominations are open for Kids of Character Awards

La Sierra kicks off new year with an eye on its past and future growth; County agencies help get students to SCICON; Around the County

TCOE receives large state grant to expand literacy in the Central Valley; Special Services welcomes Malinda Furtado as parent/school liaison; Farley’s Martial Arts, Altura Centers for Health, EQ Solutions support foster youth

Preregistration now open for virtual College Night, scheduled for September 9; Arts-focused professional learning offered this fall; Around the County

Theatre Company's production of Little Women is being shown August 7 and 14; Early Childhood Education holds enrollment for preschool

Amanda Driver named lead teacher at Circle J-Norris Ranch; Early Childhood Education distributes educational materials and other supplies to providers; Tulare County welcomes new superintendents

Calendar of Student "Future Ready" Events now online; Students complete four editions of Migrant Voice newspaper

Theatre Company production of Little Women wraps filming; Daniel Del Villar is Visalia AcCEL’s new program manager

Christina Rodriguez named program manager for School Health Programs; State leaders come together for second symposium on educator recruitment and retention

Migrant Education offers hybrid learning for students this summer; Theatre Company wraps up Summer Camp, plans for additional fall and spring workshops; Around the County

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

Granite Hills finds graduation success with CIE; Step Up Youth Challenge returns for new school year; Resource & Referral program to host drive-thru materials distribution event; Around the County

Retirees honored, over 600 years of combined service; Graduation season ends with La Sierra, Tulare AcCEL; Around the County

In-person graduations return to Tulare County; Alta Sierra, El Diamante win Best of Show at Slick Rock; Around the County

Annual Slick Rock Student Film Festival scheduled to air on Sunday, May 30; Dream Roles concert now available online; Student-athletes celebrated at Pursuing Victory With Honor event; Migrant speech tournament held virtually this year; Around the County

2021 Excellence in Education Award winners selected; Annual Summer Institute event for administrators set for June 16; Journalist Nayirah Dosu joins Communications Department; Theatre Company’s spring show, Our Father’s Dragon, now available on YouTube; Lori Allan wins Brent Rast Award for outstanding service to children with special needs; Monson-Sultana wins FNL Lip Sync competition

Celebrating school nurses for their efforts this year; High school students encouraged to apply for summer internships at Circle J-Norris Ranch; UPHS student advancing to National History Day competition; Event organizers make hands-on physics activities available online; Reading Revolution

UPHS named California Distinguished School; Dinuba senior receives annual College Night Scholarship

Poetry & Prose being held virtually this week for over 300 students; Students help support the TCOE Foundation; Two Tulare County students receive awards at state science fair; Nationally-recognized children's book illustrator speaks to young authors

Theatre Company unveils plans for two summer performance opportunities; Virtual Support Staff Conference just two weeks away; Circle J-Norris Ranch offers outdoor events April 24 and May 8; Local school boards association awards annual scholarships to Tulare County students; Directory correction

Friends of SCICON organization seeks support for program; CHARACTER COUNTS! offers sportsmanship training for coaches this month; Math Super Bowl results and projects on Common Core Connect; 2021 Tulare County Schools Directory now online

April 7, 2021
Students return to SCICON for day visits as program continues to offer virtual instruction; CHARACTER COUNTS! in a Positive School Climate; National authors inspire Earlimart students to write creatively

Young Authors' Faire features dozens of student-authored stories now online; Sportsmanship scholarship offered to student athletes

2021 Tulare County Spelling Champion crowned today; Readership project puts books in students' hands at a time they need them most; Registration now open for virtual Support Staff Conference; Registration now open for virtual Poetry and Prose; Annual Tulare County Farm Bureau Student Art Calendar published this week; Student projects selected to advance to California Science & Engineering Fair

Science Olympiad held virtually, teams to advance to state competition; Public invited to help restore valley oak forest at Circle J-Norris Ranch this Saturday

TCOE Foundation launches first annual 5K Run/Walk fundraiser to expand its support to Tulare County schools; Annual STEAM Expo to be virtual on Saturday; Students invited to register projects to showcase in virtual Night at the 21st Century Museum

Arts Education Month gallery features over 1,200 student works; Council to hold its annual Inclusion Collaborative April 16

National History Day held virtually, 22 projects selected to advance to state competition; TCOE coordinates with public health department and 17 districts to administer vaccines; Foster Youth Services to hold annual summit next month

University Preparatory High School wins Mock Trial; Gabrielle Trapse makes it four in a row at Poetry Out Loud; Alta Vista first district to be completely served by Central California Learning Network; Joy Soares and Cynthia Brown named Linked Learning Fellows

El Diamante High School wins annual Academic Decathlon for third straight year; Resource & Referral teams up with First 5 Tulare County to distribute COVID-19 cleaning supplies

College and Career shares video resource to celebrate National School Counselors Week; Three statewide virtual recruitment fairs set

Theatre Company announces virtual spring programs; Educators invited to submit student work to expanded arts month program

Register today for Equity Conference scheduled for January 21; Students invited to submit their stories to the annual Young Authors' Faire; Young filmmakers invited to submit their work to annual Slick Rock Student Film Festival

Andrea Perez selected as new assistant superintendent in Instructional Services Division; Registration closes Friday for annual Tech Rodeo, January 16; Proceeds from Red Ribbon Week to benefit Red Cross Wildfire Relief Fund

Charlene Stringham looks forward to retirement, enjoying time with family; Students, grades 4-12, invited to enter projects in National History Day – Tulare County event; TCOE and district leaders provide support to others through Rural Schools Coaching Initiative