Education

Winter Harmony: KCUSD’s Visual & Performing Arts Programs Illuminate the Season

by Jim Mulligan


As winter approaches and temperatures drop in the Valley, Kings Canyon Unified School District (KCUSD) is bringing warmth and vibrancy to the community through its Visual & Performing Arts (VAPA) programs. From elementary schools to high schools, the district's commitment to fostering creativity and artistic expression is evident in the diverse offerings that make up the VAPA umbrella.

Reedley College Agriculture Business Students Thrive in Olive Oil Enterprise

by Jim Mulligan


Nestled in the picturesque landscapes of the eastern Central Valley of California, Reedley College is home to a unique and thriving agricultural endeavor that is allowing students to gain hands-on experience in the world of business and marketing. Agriculture Business students at the college are taking the olives grown on campus and turning them into bottled, marketable olive oil, offering a taste of entrepreneurship and marketing prowess.

Fresno State Basketball Legend Chris Herren

by Steven Sanchez



If you were in Fresno in the mid to late 1990s and you thought of Fresno State Basketball, one name comes to mind: Chris Herren, the basketball prodigy from Fall River, Massachusetts. At the time, he played under legendary coach Jerry Tarkanian, who won the NCAA National Championship in 1990 at UNLV and was commonly referred to as “Tark the Shark.”

5 Tips to Improve Your Teaching and Boost Your Career

by staff


Starting a journey as a novice teacher can be thrilling yet daunting. Continuous administrative tasks, professional growth duties, and hurdles in the classroom often balance the joy of being part of an evolving and truly gratifying career. Establishing a robust set of habits during the initial years of teaching can consistently mitigate stress that could arise in the future.

Back to School Tips

by Tom Sims



I have good news for you, and I have bad news for you.
Let me tell you the bad news first. In a few days, summer vacation will be over for all the students in the Central Valley. That's the bad news for children who are really enjoying their summer vacations, extra swims, trips to camp, and sleeping late in the morning.

Farmers Market at Reedley College

by Jim Mulligan


After a successful fall run, our hometown Reedley College is going for round two hosting a farmers market every Thursday evening for the next few weeks as we head into summer. The market brings together local farmers, food vendors, and artisans providing a unique opportunity for the community to support small businesses and purchase fresh, locally grown produce and homemade goods.

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