Snippet of The Migrant Voice

Students from the Migrant Education Region VIII Journalism Project produced two new editions of The Migrant Voice just in time for summer reading!

Young writers from Heritage Elementary School (Tulare), Kennedy Elementary School (Dinuba), and Jefferson Elementary School (Dinuba) wrote about the World Ag Expo and the many vendors they saw. To view the student’s newspaper, click here.

From Hanford’s Jefferson Academy and Woodrow Wilson Jr. High School, journalists interviewed the superintendents of Hanford Elementary School District (HESD) and Armona Union Elementary School District, school board members from HESD, the men’s and women’s water polo coach from Penn State Behrend, a water polo player from Hanford West High School, and a Maná concertgoer. To view the student’s newspaper, click here.

Read more in the News Gallery Week.

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Retirees honored for service to Tulare County students and schools

Profiles in Character
Mohammed Abdullah and brother

Mohammed Abdullah (left) takes time to visit, check in, and share joy with the students in Monache High School's K1 classroom. We first met Mohammed when his older brother was enrolled in the AcCEL program classroom at Monache. Mohammed has maintained a connection with the students and staff in classroom K1. He is now a student assistant.

He is authentic with his interactions with the students. He can be anywhere on campus and notice a need of one of the students. He provides comfort and care without bringing any attention to himself. He is beloved by the students and staff. His maturity allows for him to offer guidance and friendship to his peers with special needs, with the upmost respect and dignity. His interactions with others are truly beautiful to encounter.

For more on CHARACTER COUNTS!, click HERE.

For more on Pursuing Victory with Honor, click HERE.

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