Fourteen students and two advisers from the Exeter FFA Chapter had the opportunity to attend the 91st National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana during the fourth week of October. As stated by many of the attendees, the experience was unparalleled.
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No local educational election will affect more students and parents than the tightly contested race for Tulare County Superintendent of Schools. As the polls closed, Tim Hire had more than 50% of the vote and a more than 1,000-vote lead over Craig Wheaton with 48.50%.
Exeter makes a statement in Division II with a convincing sweep over Lemoore. The road on the upper half of the Division II bracket to the section finals at College of the Sequoias’ Porter Field House must go through Exeter.
The district is proud to announce significant growth in English Language Arts and Mathematics statewide assessments as recently reported by the California Department of Education.
Wilson Middle School had some changes over the summer. On the first day of school, students got to see the newly remolded first three wings of classrooms, and got to meet their new principal.
An Exeter, California, native and 2014 Exeter Union High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Makin Island. Petty Officer 3rd Class Angel Montejano is a machinist's mate aboard the amphibious assault ship...
Kaweah High School senior Jose Mejia thought his senior year was supposed to be the highlight of his school career. Then a move to a new school threatened to change all that.
The first ever Monarch Film Festival went off without a hitch late last month. Over 150 people attended the red carpet affair where 36 trophies were awarded to students from kindergarten through high school. All of it was put on by Exeter Union’s Graphic Arts, Media and Entertainment (G.A.M.E) Pathway.
Members of the Exeter Union High School Alumni Association have built an outdoor throne room befitting of their Monarch heritage. On April 19, the Alumni Association dedicated the city’s newest park that was funded, envisioned, designed and constructed by Monarchs.
For some, making sure the next generation will have the same opportunities as they did is a goal in life. On Wednesday, April 11, the Exeter alumni football team took a step toward their goal at the Exeter Unified School District Board meeting where they presented $3,000 for the high school football team.