New Theatre Opportunities For KCUSD Middle & Elementary Schools

by Lorie Lewis Ham

While Reedley High School has been well known for its theatre productions for quite some time, I recently became aware that theatre was happening at some Kings Canyon Unified School District (KCUSD) K-8 schools in Reedley, so I set out to learn more. Little did I realize that this actually began last year and somehow slipped under KRL’s radar, with the first show, a production of High School Musical Jr., performed by TL Reed students at Silas Bartsch.

10 Benefits of Opting For An Online Degree

by staff

Embracing the digital age in education has opened doors to innovative learning opportunities. Opting for an online degree is a game-changer, especially in a state known for its diverse geographical landscapes and bustling cities. It bridges the gap between remote areas and urban educational hubs, offering accessible higher education to everyone across the Bluegrass State.

6 Factors to Consider Before Picking an Online Program

by staff

If you’re planning on enrolling in an online program or want to start a new online course, there are many factors you must know about and consider. Online programs have become more accessible than ever due to the advancement of technology and the ease of access they provide. With so many options available, it is important to consider all factors before choosing one program over another.

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.

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.