News Gallery Week Archives

September 21, 2022
Children First special airs Sunday, features Behavioral Health Services; Theatre Company workshops planned for October; Teachers invited to register their students’ artwork for the annual Student Art Exhibition; Elementary and middle school teachers invited to prepare students for annual Reading Revolution competition; Districts train to implement Say Something school safety program

September 14, 2022
Coaches, athletic director honored at the first annual Huddle – High School Student-Athlete Conference; Tulare County Council on Child & Youth Development to host annual Legislative Event October 20; Registration now open for Expanding Your Horizons; Around the County: Monson-Sultana Joint Union School holds groundbreaking

September 7, 2022
High school students and parents invited to attend annual Tulare County College Night September 13; CVNIC: College-Ready and CLSD Readership convene with representatives from multiple Central Valley counties; Red Ribbon Celebration set for October 24-28

August 31, 2022
Courtney Venegas chosen to succeed Beth Wilshire at Foster & Homeless Youth Education Services; Fruit & Veggie Fest coming to Lindsay Thursday

August 24, 2022
Alternative Achievement Program starts new year in new location; CHOICES to host next level of threat assessment training; Tulare County school districts welcome new superintendents; Around the County: STARBASE Program to be established at Porterville Military Academy

August 17, 2022
Arts-focused professional learning offered this fall; Step Up Youth Challenge is back for new school year; Openings remain for first annual High School Student-Athlete Conference

August 10, 2022
Quality Counts California Workforce Pathways Grant available to support early childhood educators; California Center on Teaching Careers to hold second annual virtual substitute fair September 14; Three new curriculum specialists now on board at Educational Resource Services to support Tulare County schools

August 3, 2022
TCOE employees honored for 1,325 years of service; Tulare Historical Museum donates award-winning bear display to SCICON

July 27, 2022
New School Library 101 series launches in September; KSEE24 to hold special to honor students profiled through Your Character Matters program; Sullivan to coordinate TCOE’s new Universal PreKindergarten program

July 20, 2022
The Music Man opens Friday at L.J. Williams Theater; The Dream Center provides childcare support, Foster Youth wins state award

July 13, 2022
Brown chosen to lead New Teacher & Leadership Development program; Planetarium hosting show and gallery exhibition of James Webb Telescope images Friday

July 6, 2022
TCOE Student Future Ready Events listed online; The Music Man tickets go on sale Monday, July 11

June 29, 2022
Over 250 teachers and administrators recommended for new credentials through NTLD program; Planetarium & Science Center holding public event to view images from space

June 22, 2022
Bruce Storer is new director of Information Systems; Independent Living Program graduations held Tuesday; Around the County: New exhibition on Latino history opens Saturday

June 15, 2022
TCOE welcomes Dedi Somavia, Chris Meyer; Retirees honored for service to Tulare County students and schools; Around the County: Nancy Bellin to speak at Tulare Historical Museum event

June 8, 2022
Final graduation ceremonies for 2021-2022 school year held; Annual Pursuing Victory with Honor Scholarship awarded to four Tulare County scholar athletes; Youth teams forming at new 1852 Visalia Soccer City; Around the County: Springville’s Connor Machado wins national writing award; Monache becomes county’s first-ever softball state finalist; PUSD students and educators honored by Rep. Kevin McCarthy

June 1, 2022
Graduations continue for TCOE students, Bermejo-Salazar, Harris chosen as “Honored Scholars”; Central San Joaquin Valley receives grant to support college and career transitions; Bryce Melgar finishes as National Spelling Bee semifinalist; Around the County: Linwood competes at Odyssey of the Mind

May 25, 2022
Graduation season begins this week, Gonzales, Reddy chosen as “Honored Scholars”; Sanchez Jr. announced as College Night Scholarship Award recipient; Simmons wins Brent Rast Award, mentors new teachers; Winners announced in second annual Anti-Tobacco Calendar Art Contest; Tulare student-athletes recognized for Pursuing Victory with Honor

May 18, 2022
IMPACT Intern Program distributes $1.8 million in grants to teacher candidates; Samantha Tate leads Educational Resource Services; Marvin Lopez chosen to succeed Donna Glassman-Sommer at the helm of the California Center on Teaching Careers; Legacy, Before They Get You win Best of Show at Slick Rock Student Film Festival; TCOE’s Foster Youth Service wins FAFSA/CADAA Challenge; Reading Revolution showcases county students’ reading comprehension

May 11, 2022
Slick Rock Student Film Festival at the Fox Theatre Friday; Migrant Journalism Project returns with five new editions this spring; Tulare County students do well at National History Day – California state competition; Visalia students recognized for Pursuing Victory with Honor; Around the County: Hope School District, Harmony Magnet Academy, Olive Street School, and Palm School receive state award

May 4, 2022
Dream Center expands to better serve foster and homeless youth; Students with special needs compete in athletic events; Early Childhood Education holds family resource fair featuring The Lisa Project; Around the County: Retiree Nancy Bruce honored by Sequoia Riverlands Trust 

April 27, 2022
Tulare County administrators invited to learn about arts resources available through QUAIL Project; Home Base programs invite parents and children to in-person gatherings; Eighteen books selected as exemplary in annual Young Authors’ Faire event

April 20, 2022
Countywide Excellence in Education winners announced; Family Engagement Resource Fair is April 30

April 13, 2022
Annual Inclusion Collaborative Event scheduled for April 22; Step Up Youth Challenge grant-winning projects presented at Red Carpet Awards

April 6, 2022
SCICON Barbecue & Wildflower Festival set for Sunday, April 10; Young Authors Faire now online; April celebrates impact of Friday Night Live; Elementary students compete in annual Science Olympiad; Career technical competition and event for foster youth held April 1; Around the County: Dinuba breaks ground for new high school 

March 30, 2022
Poetry & Prose returns for its 37th year; Farm Bureau Student Art Calendar celebrates Tulare County agriculture, good nutrition

March 23, 2022
Math Super Bowl returns as an in-person event for middle school students; Migrant Education Program, Region VIII hosts annual speech and debate tournament; Tulare County teams selected to compete at the NorCal Science Olympiad; Migrant Education holds annual Health & Education Conference; Around the CountyLocal educators begin planning ways to implement state’s new Expanding Learning Opportunity Program

March 16, 2022
Tulare County educators, students featured in upcoming ABC30 Children First special; Tulare County Science Fair projects selected to advance to state competition; Burton Middle School opens Little Library through Readership Project; Tulare students recognized for Pursuing Victory with Honor 

March 9, 2022
Students awarded Best of Show honors in annual Student Art Exhibition; Tulare County College Night Scholarship deadline extended; School nurse Ana Borba receives Excellence in School Nursing Award; Women’s History Month resources available through ERS; Your Character Matters returns to highlight kids with character; Students enjoy disco-themed Stars in the Hills prom; Around the County: Porterville basketball finishes season as section champions, SoCal Regional finalist

March 3, 2022
2022 Tulare County spelling champion crowned; STEAM Expo returns March 12 at TCOE’s Planetarium & Science Center; Support Staff Conference scheduled for May 4; Around the County: Three county wrestlers place at state championships; Mt. Whitney, Central Valley Christian basketball win section championships; Granite Hills, Redwood soccer seasons come to close after section wins

February 23, 2022
Students explore Debate & Diplomacy at National History Day; Anti-Tobacco/Marijuana Challenge Bowl returns this year in-person; Redwood wins Tulare County Mock Trial; Educational Resource Services team members working to support regional math conference

February 16, 2022
Circle J – Norris Ranch to hold its annual Community Biodiversity Festival February 26; Registration open 37th Annual Tulare & Kings Counties Teacher Recruitment Fair; Theatre Company adds two workshops for students in Lindsay area; California State Library makes new STEM resources available; Around the County: Central Section hosts first Women In Sports Conference

TCOE launches new website; Black History Month supported with instructional resources, events; El Diamante High School wins Tulare County Academic Decathlon for fourth year in a row; Dinuba student wins 2022 Poetry Out Loud competition; Visalia students recognized for Pursuing Victory With Honor; Around the County: Sundale’s Brandon Dodson teaches Black history with YouTube lessons

February 2, 2022
California Center on Teaching Careers launches statewide recruitment campaign to help solve teacher shortage; CHOICES brings nationally-known threat assessment expert for two-day training

January 26, 2022
California Center on Teaching Careers announces spring virtual teacher recruitment fairs; Teachers invited to register students for annual Poetry & Prose

January 19, 2022
Theatre Company extends workshops throughout the county; School Health Programs offers Safe Health Practices Workshop February 25; Special Services administrators present at state conference

January 12, 2022
Schools, law enforcement gather for latest demonstration of ActVnet; Equity Conference moves to March 3; Registration open for annual counselor conference; Students invited to submit their stories to the annual Young Authors' Faire

January 5, 2022
Annual Tech Rodeo returns virtually, includes sessions on social emotional learning; Joy Soares retires, leaves legacy in the field of college and career