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News Gallery Archives - 2014


December 2014/ January 2015 - University Prep collects over 5,000 food items; Employee milestone anniversaries celebrated; TCOE wins prestigious Golden Bell Award; National Teacher of the Year to visit the county

November 2014 - Home educators and parents support learning; Third annual Provident-Salierno Awards held; Tulare County students score high on survey; CHOICES becomes inspiration for urban art

October 2014 - A groundbreaking 160 years in the making; Arts learning community set, training offered; La Sierra cadets develop sign language skills; Red Ribbon Week celebration turns five

September 2014 - Summer Migrant Education focuses on STEM; New science, technology events aim to engage; Educators of the Year to be honored this month

July/ August 2014 - Fiddler on the Roof coming to Tulare County; Retirees honored for service to students; First 5 Tulare County grant to benefit preschool children; Tulare-Kings Linked Learning gets big boost; Dianne Shew named SCICON administrator

June 2014 - Project Based Learning in the Great Outdoors; Over 400 videos submitted from seven counties; 21st Century Museum projects wow visitors; Shirley Gowett wins Brent Rast Award; Excellence in Education winners announced

May 2014 - New data team supports early childhood instruction; Art used to reduce stigma of mental illness; Second annual Robot Riot to be held May 10; Educators to convene on mental health, truancy

April 2014 - Students ready projects for 21st Century Museum; SCICON Museum expansion completed; National History Day projects headed for state; My Son Pinocchio features cast of 100 students; Migrant Ed empowers parents and students

March 2014 - New Tulare County Spelling Champion crowned; Two-county teacher recruitment fair March 29; Young Authors' Faire coming March 5-7; Adapted P.E. leads one student to run again; Clear administrative credential program added

February 2014 - Project Based Learning transforms classrooms; Bright Future builds on early intervention model; Seminar provides training in ethics, application


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Jim Vidak, County Superintendent of Schools
Tulare County Office of Education
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