Enthusiasm, courage, and most importantly, smiles were on full display at the Tulare County Special Olympics held on Friday, April 27th, at Bob Mathias Stadium. This event has been held for more than 38 years in Tulare County. This year counted with 880 registered athletes, in range from 8 years to their early 60’s. Athletes were allowed to choose up to two events, ranging from wheelchair, assisted walking, walking, running and field events. A big thank you to all of our students, staff, parents, and community members that made up an amazing team of 250 volunteers to make this happen. As always we are incredibly proud of all the athletes who make this an inspirational and memorable event year after year! #TCSDshare #specialolympics #specialolympics2018
Wilson Elementary celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday today by joining the Read Across America effort to promote a love for reading! Guest readers included representatives from Future Farmers of America, Tulare Police Department, Tulare Union High School Cheer Squad & AVID students, Dairy Princess, Tulare Co. Sherriff's Department, and the Tulare Fire Department. Milk, courtesy of Rosa Brothers, and cookies were provided to all the readers. Thanks to all of you for making this day so special! As always a big thank you to @rosabrothers for generously donating milk for our wonderful volunteer readers! 📚🇺🇸 #tcsdshare #readacrossamerica #readacrossamerica2018 #drseuss
A Maple Elementary School First Grade student’s artwork is featured in the 2018 Healthy Air Living Kids’ Calendar, a bilingual, full-color wall calendar just released by the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District! Her artwork, showcased on January 2019, was chosen from hundreds of entries by children in the eight counties that make up the Valley Air District. Great job!