West Hills College Lemoore Named 2022 Best College/University by Fresno Bee’s Best of Central California People’s Choice

West Hills College Lemoore Named 2022 Best College/University by Fresno Bee’s Best of Central California People’s Choice  West Hills College Lemoore has been awarded Best College/University by the Fresno Bee’s Best of Central California People’s Choice sponsored by Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino. According to the Best of Central California team, this year’s contest had […]

Little Reading Club / Pequeño Club de Lectura

Tulare County Library’s Read to Succeed Literacy hosts Pequeño Club de Lectura, a bilingual book club and storytime for families with children ages five and under, from June through September, 2022. Based on our popular Early Learning with Families program that teaches skills for parents to prepare their children to enter school and learn to […]

Central San Joaquin Valley receives grant to support college and career transitions

Last week, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that the Central San Joaquin Valley K-16 Partnership would receive a four-year grant of $18.13M to strengthen education-to-workforce pathways and ensure that partners address income, racial, and gender inequalities in education and employment. The Partnership is a collaboration between the Fresno-Madera K-16 Collaborative and TCOE’s Tulare-Kings College + Career […]

West Hills awarded nearly $700k in grants to advance “Outdoors for All” initiative

West Hills Community College District was recently awarded a $692,605 grant from California State Parks through its Outdoor Equity Program. Distributed amongst 125 low-income urban and rural communities, the Outdoor Equity Program helps establish hubs for local activities and trips to natural areas for underserved communities. The program also empowers youth and families with outdoor […]

Migrant Education Program to host first annual Migrant Fair

TCOE’s Migrant Education Program is inviting migrant families from Tulare and Kings counties to a free resource fair Saturday, May 21, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Mooney administration building. The event, which is open to migrant families only, was created to promote the Migrant Education Program’s education, community, and summer services […]

Tulare County Students Recognized for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Achievements

Annual contest promotes artistic expression around mental health and coping with tough times, the pandemic and returning to in-person school. The Directing Change Program & Film Contest announced the regional finalists in the 10th annual student contest encouraging young people to create short film and art projects about suicide prevention, mental health, managing through tough […]

College of the Sequoias receives honors from Campaign for College Opportunity

The Campaign for College Opportunity is proud to announce that the following California Community Colleges have been honored in its inaugural 2022 Excellence in Placement Awards. These colleges have championed student success by implementing equitable course placement practices that give community college students the opportunity to take college-level courses with the support they need to […]