Graduation season is in full swing. This morning, 31 young adults graduated from Special Services AcCEL Programs in Visalia and North County areas, including the Community Based Instruction Programs in Visalia, Exeter, and Dinuba. Their teachers shared that many of the graduates, who complete AcCEL programs at 22 years of age, are transitioning to community-serving adult programs.
Read more in the News Gallery Week.
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Around the County: Tulare Western's Jose Soto places second at state, Woodlake baseball wins Central Section Championship
The #SquadGoals award is given at Reading Revolution to a team that exhibits amazing team spirit, but also goes above and beyond by demonstrating superior sportsmanship. This team lifts their own team up, while also lifting their competitors as well. The award is determined by nominations received from judges and staff throughout the competition.
Denton Elementary School’s “A Novel Idea” won #SquadGoals during the Reading Revolution AM Elementary session. Pictured, left to right, Quinn Narahara, Graysen De Jonge, Liam Reid, and Brynn Bartlett. They were coached by Alex Hofer.
Tulare County Office of Education
Tim A. Hire, County Superintendent of Schools
P.O. Box 5091
Visalia, CA 93278-5091