TCOE Theatre Company posts videos of recent student work

Videos of the work Theatre Company students did in the program’s virtual summer classes have been edited and posted to TCOE’s YouTube account. Theatre Company Director Bethany Rader reports that the videos feature performances by students in her monologue class, plus the work of students in Nicole Zweifel’s dance class and Charlotte Garcia Da Rosa’s […]

Early Childhood Education offers professional learning opportunities

TCOE’s Early Childhood Education Program is hosting a variety of professional learning opportunities each month during the school year. Some of the training topics include trauma informed care, working with children with special needs, strengthening families, and community care licensing. The intended audience for these trainings include family childcare providers, state preschool staff, Head Start […]

Fresno Pacific University moves towards normalcy, offers campus visits

Campus visits—often a make-or-break step in college and university selection—are back at Fresno Pacific University. “We are excited to be able to welcome prospective students to campus and to provide information and guidance as they begin their college journey,” said Krista Brooks, director of undergraduate admission. Potential students and their families get a feel for […]

Best Results for English Learners Conference set for November 3

Again this year, Educational Resource Services is leading Region VII’s Best Results for English Learners Conference. Scheduled for November 3, the virtual conference is a collaboration between county offices of education in Tulare, Kings, Fresno, Madera, Merced, and Mariposa counties. This year, the conference will feature keynote speaker Dr. Ivannia Soto, plus breakout sessions addressing […]

Readership project debuts with training for teachers in five districts

Last summer, California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond announced that the California Department of Education (CDE) would provide two $500,000 grants to address the statewide trend that shows more than 50% of K-12 students do not meet the standard for English Language Arts on state assessment tests. The grants were awarded to county offices […]

TCOE Theatre Company announces fall virtual classes, new online production

TCOE’s Theatre Company announced this week a variety of virtual fall workshops, including classes for dance, acting, monologue, and vocals. The classes have been designed to accommodate small groups of 10 to 20 students who will meet with instructors through Zoom. Theatre Company Director Bethany Rader will conduct the two acting workshops, including the Monologue […]

SCICON launches virtual lessons this fall, for students unable to visit

This month marked the beginning of SCICON’s virtual tours for students in schools scheduled to visit the outdoor education program this fall. While the campus remained closed to visitors for the latter half of the spring semester, SCICON connected with students through fun and educational videos. As the new school year begins and the campus […]

Students, families invited to Boys & Girls Club College Night Webinar Series

This month, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Sequoias will be hosting their first ever College Night Webinar Series. The event will be held on two separate occasions, Wednesday, September 23rd from 5:00PM–6:30PM and Friday, September 25th from 5:00PM–6:30PM. College Night is meant to educate students on the requirements of college, familiarize them with different […]