News Gallery Week Archives

July 10, 2024
New Teacher & Leadership Development welcomes two new managers; Around the County: Monache High School’s Ethan Achterberg places sixth at SkillsUSA Championships 

July 3, 2024
Tickets on sale now now for Theatre Company’s production of Freaky Friday, Council receives continued funding to support early care professionals

June 26, 2024
Teachers invited to five-day environmental education summit July 22-26; New Teacher & Leadership Development (NTLD) to hold information meetings 

June 12, 2024
Migrant Journalism Project produces two new editions of The Migrant VoiceRetirees honored for service to Tulare County students and schools 

Two Redwood seniors win prestigious College Night Scholarship; Student interns return to Circle J-Norris Ranch to participate in Long-term Oak Forest Inventory

May 29, 2024
TCOE begins graduation ceremonies, four seniors recognized as Honored Scholars; Transitional Kindergarten trainings available for summer; Cutler-Orosi holds graduation ceremony for first cohort of dual immersion students; Sarvadnya Kadam reaches fourth round of Spelling Bee

May 22, 2024
Young People’s Concert returns with students singing and playing along with orchestra; Around the County: College of the Sequoias' Taylor Stephens finishes top 10 in nation

May 15, 2024
SoCalGas Challenge returns, engaging high school teams in business development for environmental good; 20th Annual Slick Rock Student Film Festival held last week; Robert McCool selected as Brent Rast Award recipient; Helen Milliorn-Feller, Ed.D., selected as University Preparatory High School’s new principal

May 9, 2024
Slick Rock Student Film Festival set for Friday, May 10; Visalia student-athletes recognized for Pursuing Victory  with Honor; Chinese Cultural Center Educators of the Year announced; Around the County: Granite Hills High School wins state Civic Learning Award Honorable Mention; Crookham, Herman honored by the Tulare County Farm Bureau

May 1, 2024
Project AWARE takes on Mental Health Awareness Month with partnerships around the county; Disney Conservation Fund to support salamander habitat restoration at SCICON; Prizes awarded for top projects in yearlong Step Up Youth Challenge; Twenty elementary teams compete for prizes in the annual Science Olympiad; College and Career Readiness hosts Community Design Challenge

April 25, 2024
Winners in the 30th Annual Excellence in Education Awards program announced; TCSBA announces 2024 scholarship winners; Around the County California Military Department opens state’s fifth STARBASE in Porterville

April 17, 2024
Weeklong student internship available at Circle J-Norris Ranch; Tulare-Kings College & Career Expo is largest ever; CHOICES’ Lip Sync Battle held at Visalia Fox Theatre 

April 10, 2024
39th annual Poetry & Prose is the event’s largest; Students enjoy Stars in the Hills prom in Porterville; Around the County Exeter FFA places first in state competition; Redwood senior chosen for prestigious Edison Scholars award 

April 3, 2024
Registration open for Theatre Company summer camp and The Parent Trapped Preshow; Students showcase their Step Up Youth Challenge projects; Young Authors’ Faire now online; Planetarium to offer two public shows Saturday; The Center’s TRRE residency program featured in national case study

March 27, 2024
2024-25 Tulare County Farm Bureau Student Art Calendar unveiled; UPHS finishes second in Central Valley regional robotics competition; Schools select their best of show in annual Student Art Exhibition; Harmony brings home 14 awards from state Academic Decathlon competition

March 20, 2024
ABC30 focuses on career technical education for latest Children First special airing Sunday; Free books available through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library for Tulare County children; SCICON Barbecue and Wildflower Festival returns next month; California Center on Teaching Careers wins award for virtual recruitment platform; Around the County: Lindsay Community Day announced as an inaugural Model Community Day School

March 13, 2024
Over 650 students participate in 51st Math Super Bowl; Migrant holds annual Speech & Debate Tournament; Top teams in annual Science Olympiad bound for state competition; Sarvadnya Kadam wins Tulare County Spelling Championship for second year in a row

March 6, 2024
Annual Student Art Exhibition open for viewing; Theatre Company hosting information meeting Monday for upcoming summer production of Freaky Friday; Tulare student-athletes recognized for good sportsmanship; Crowds brave wind, rain to attend STEAM Expo, Science Fair

February 28, 2024
Second annual SEL Summit scheduled for May 4; Reception for Porterville Art Show to be held Wednesday, March 6; Palo Verde, Saucelito win at the Anti-Tobacco/Marijuana Challenge Bowl; Red Ribbon Week proceeds presented to Boys & Girls Clubs of the Sequoias; Around the County: Five Tulare County wrestlers medal at state championships; Porterville, Woodlake boys soccer win Central Section titles in overtime; Monache girls, Dinuba boys basketball win Central Section titles

February 21, 2024
Tulare Kings College and Career Collaborative recognizes outstanding career technical education teachers; Fun-filled STEAM Expo scheduled for March 2 at Mooney Administration Building; Circle J-Norris Ranch to host annual Biodiversity Festival March 16

February 14, 2024
Redwood High School wins Tulare County Mock Trial; Redwood High School wins Tulare County Mock Trial; Visalia student-athletes recognized for Pursuing Victory with Honor; Over 40 projects selected to represent Tulare County at National History Day state competition; The Center expands staff to accommodate growth in residency programs; Around the County: Area high school seniors win $10K scholarships

February 7, 2024
TCOE chosen by California Department of Education to lead Golden State Pathways Program; Harmony Magnet Academy wins Tulare County Academic Decathlon for the second year in a row; Alondra Gutierrez wins both Poetry Out Loud and Poet’s Own Voice

January 31, 2024
Registration open for 39th Annual Tulare & Kings Counties Teacher Recruitment Fair; The California Center on Teaching Careers launches new statewide campaign to recruit school support staff; Middle school student-athlete sportsmanship conference, Huddle Jr., scheduled for April 17

January 24, 2024
Fourth annual Equity Conference is April 4; Slick Rock Student Film Festival accepting entries, deadline March 8; Tulare County School Boards Association announces annual scholarship; Circle J’s Field Science Day returns February 16; Around the CountyCounty opens inclusive playground at Mooney Grove Park

January 17, 2024
Training for WhyTry social-emotional curriculum set for March 6; Support Staff Conference scheduled for April 24; Teams invited to register to compete in CHOICES Lip Sync Battle on April 12

January 10, 2024
The Tulare County Office of Education welcomes three administrators; Registration now open for annual Youth Author’s Faire; Two TCOE programs receive LEAP Awards from state and Nutrition Policy Institute