The abundant rain, which drenched California several weeks ago, has produced a rare learning opportunity for Tulare County students. The vernal pools at the Circle J-Norris Ranch field study site are now full.
Amanda Driver, lead teacher at Circle J, is encouraging teachers to contact her to arrange a visit to the field study site. Students of all ages – from elementary through community college – are welcome to attend and utilize available lessons or work with Driver to create research of their own.
Read more in the News Gallery Week.
Also in News Gallery Week:
Registration open for Social-Emotional Learning Summit May 6 at SCICON; Around the County: Strathmore High School hosts ribbon-cutting ceremony for new agricultural building
Thank you, Burton Middle School, for supporting character education through school culture and athletics!
The Bulldogs are a great example of how a school can utilize their social media and other avenues of communication to recognize students with character.
On Jan. 30, Burton Middle School recognized four students – Emily Graciano, Layla Resendez, Daniel Luna, and Shannel Rios Crespo – for their exemplary character on and off the field.
Read more about the student-athletes HERE.
For more information on how to recognize your student-athletes, contact Gene Mendes at email@example.com.
Tulare County Office of Education
Tim A. Hire, County Superintendent of Schools
P.O. Box 5091
Visalia, CA 93278-5091