Charlotte Garcia Da Rosa to receive Marjorie Brandon Award

TCOE Theatre Company vocal director, Charlotte Garcia Da Rosa is set to receive the Marjorie Brandon Award on September 30 at the Center for Spiritual Living & Brandon-Mitchell Gallery in Visalia. The Marjorie Brandon Award is given annually to an exceptional local artist who dedicates their time to the community. Garcia Da Rosa has served […]

Annual report published with stories of the impact TCOE programs have on students, parents, and educators

Eric Nunes is a third-grade teacher at Palo Verde Union School. At 50 years old, one could assume that Nunes is a veteran educator with 25 years of teaching experience. His story is quite different. Nunes, a third-generation dairyman, owned and operated Nunes Brothers Dairies with his cousins until 2016. While running the dairies, Nunes […]

TCOE announced as a regional hub for new residency assistance grant

Last month, the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing announced Santa Clara County Office of Education as the recipient of the Statewide Residency Technical Assistance Center grant that totals $20 million. The grant includes Tulare, Humboldt, Sacramento, and San Diego county offices of education as consortium members that will work with Santa Clara to establish regional […]

West Hills College Lemoore Presents “Evening of HOPE” Free Event for Kings County Community and College Students

West Hills College Lemoore is hosting an “Evening of HOPE” event, a free and exciting gathering to bring together the Kings County community and the college community. This event will occur at the college’s student union on Friday, September 8, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. “Our college’s focus is to put the ‘community’ back in […]

Tachi Yokut Tribe donates $3m to West Hills Lemoore to establish Native American Studies program

In a monumental and historic partnership, the Tachi Yokut Tribe has generously donated $3 million to the West Hills Community College Foundation, paving the way for creating a comprehensive Native American studies program at West Hills College Lemoore. This endowment signifies a commitment to education, cultural preservation, and community enrichment, demonstrating the power of collaboration […]

West Hills Lemoore strengthens leadership team with key administrative hires

West Hills College Lemoore appointed three distinguished individuals to its administrative team. With an unwavering commitment to student success and a wealth of experience in higher education, Elmer Aguilar, Kris Costa, and Nestor Lomeli join West Hills College Lemoore as the Vice President of Student Services, Vice President of Education Services, and Dean of Student […]

Educational Resource Services offering educators sessions on utilizing AI

Suspicious, excited but overwhelmed, lost, ready to learn, nervous. These were some of the feelings toward artificial intelligence that educators shared at the start of the Educational Resource Services’ (ERS) AI workshop. Held last Friday, July 28, the “Artificial Intelligence: Unpacking Standards and Lesson Design with AI” session helped educators feel more comfortable with the […]