CART wins Career Skills Challenge grand championship

Students showcase their career technical skills in 41 categories

More than 500 students participate in Regional Science, Mathematics & Engineering Fair

Winners will advance to international fair competition

Superintendent’s Model Arts Award recognizes Fresno County schools

Schools honored for high-quality arts education programs

Servant Leadership Academy starts with team building at Scout Island

Students learn characteristics of leadership in eight-month program

Message from the Superintendent

There’s a saying that bad things happen in threes. Since the beginning of the year, this seems to have a semblance of unfortunate truth for some children of our Valley. We lost 9-year-old Janessa Ramirez in a random drive-by shooting, three children almost died in a fire after being locked alone in their home and 16-year-old Brianna Ramirez of Parlier was shot in the eye by a stray bullet while riding in the car with her mom. This is only the short list of crimes involving children in the past handful of weeks.

Together we witness these horrific events and we ask ourselves, “Why?” We wonder, “What can I do to change things?” When no answer comes, we shake our heads and keep walking forward because to dwell too long in disbelief or sadness isn’t possible. As long as we remain one step removed, we think we’re okay. We escaped unharmed. But, that’s not true. This community is...

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