Emma Souza, a senior at Redwood High School, was honored yesterday for the artwork she created for the annual Tulare County Farm Bureau Student Art Calendar. Souza’s piece, depicting mother animals and their offspring, was selected for the cover of the calendar. Souza created the image of animal families to relate to the calendar’s theme: “Tulare County Agriculture: Generations of Growing Goodness.”
Read more in the News Gallery Week.
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California Center on Teaching Careers co-hosting hybrid job fair Saturday in Bakersfield; University Preparatory High School robotics team qualifies for FIRST World Championship in Houston, Texas
In partnership with the Kiwanis Club of Greater Tulare, TCOE’s CHARACTER COUNTS! Program recognized this winter’s Pursuing Victory with Honor (PVWH) student-athletes at a breakfast in March. The Kiwanis Club of Greater Tulare recognizes student-athletes, nominated by their coaches, each season for their sportsmanship. The awards included a certificate, a PVWH shirt and pin, and a lawn sign that reads "An Athlete of Character Lives Here.”
Click HERE for a list of the Pursuing Victory with Honor award winners, along with a quote from their coaches.
Tulare County Office of Education
Tim A. Hire, County Superintendent of Schools
P.O. Box 5091
Visalia, CA 93278-5091