An Woodville father, Casey Crisler, was arrested for allegedly threatening to “shoot up” his child’s school, Woodville Elementary School, west of Porterville, CA. Anyone with more information is asked to contact the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office.
A Celebration of Life for Kevin Koelewyn, a respected Tulare FFA teacher who died Sunday, will be held on Saturday, Nov. 24. The service will begin 11 a.m. at the Kings Fairgrounds, 801 S. 10th Ave., Hanford.
A Superior Court jury will begin deliberations Wednesday to determine whether a Fresno, Ca, teacher was negligent for ordering a 9-year-old girl to do pushups and other exercise in a classroom filled with students.
The FFA community is in shock after one of its most highly respected teachers, Kevin Koelewyn of Tulare Joint Union High School District, died Nov. 4. He fell ill Oct. 25 while attending the national convention.
Fresno State is holding its second annual Day of Giving (DOG) campaign Thursday, Nov. 1 – 24 hours of pounding the drum for online giving to support student success. Last year’s first DOG raised $424,755.
Clovis North High School students in Joel Abels’ drama class experienced a different act Thursday: life without sight. It was part of “Savory for the Senses,” a lunch where the students were blindfolded. A classmate is blind.
The ACLU Foundation of Northern California filed the complaint with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights in San Francisco on behalf of five black students who have endured racial discrimination at the Visalia Unified School District.
Fresno State student Parker Fritsch has had cancer since he was 2, forcing him to undergo more than 30 surgeries and spend more than 300 nights in a hospital in his life. Through it all, he’s maintained a positive outlook on life.
Fresno State is putting $3.75 million toward programs for Hispanic students who want to become teachers at Valley schools. The goal is to address the teacher shortage, particularly of bilingual teachers.