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About half a dozen school buses were pulling into the driveway around the Galaxy Theater on Monday where about 900 eight grade students from Bartlett, Pioneer, and Sequoia Middle Schools were gathered, as well as students from Porterville Military Academy who waited to be admitted to the Galaxy Theater for annual Pathway Academy presentations.
As the majority of the community sweats and seeks shelter from the summer sun, students at Porterville High School (PHS) learn how to harness its power.
Out of the past three years, two of the three people named the state’s Linked Learning Educator Champion have come from the Porterville Unified School District.
On Thursday, at Porterville Unified School District’s regular meeting for its Board of Trustees, three high-ranking administrators representing community and state colleges offered their praise for the district’s Pathways programs.
California State Superintendent of Instruction Tom Torlakson was genuinely impressed as he toured Harmony Magnet Academy Friday, and he should have been impressed.
Impressive. An A-plus accommodation. Talented students and great instructors. That from Tom Torlakson, California’s State Superintendent of Instruction, who had nothing but nice things to say about Harmony Magnet Academy (HMA) following a visit to the school Friday.
Porterville Unified School District (PUSD) students have been the recipients of an ever-increasing number of scholarships, awards, grants and accolades over the past several years, a testament to the performance gains achieved across the entire District.
Porterville Unified School District’s Linked Learning education has caught the attention of Washington, D.C.
When it comes to local education stories, there were plenty in 2013.