We regularly check the air quality index levels by using the Real-time Air-quality Advisory Network (RAAN) monitoring system for information on how to modify outdoor physical activity. This guidance can help protect the health of all children, including teenagers, who are more sensitive than adults to air pollution. Air quality flags are displayed daily with the forecasted level. Due to the possibility that the air quality can change, you can go to the RAAN widget links below to check current conditions throughout the day:
Parent-teacher conferences are coming up on September 26-30. Whether it's your first conversation with the teacher or one of many, it can help if you go to the parent–teacher conference with a sense of how your child is doing and what you want to discuss. Even if you know all is well, attending parent–teacher conferences shows your kid that you want to stay involved in his/her academic life, which can even help boost his/her progress at school. These tips will help you make the most of those important minutes at parent–teacher conferences.
It is vital for us to have qualified and well-trained substitute teachers to assist us with the education of our students. Becoming a substitute teacher is easier than you think. School districts across the state are always on the lookout for great substitute teachers. Substitute teaching opportunities are available in the Tulare City School District on an “on-call” basis. Compensation is $115.50 per day.
To become a substitute teacher for the Tulare City School District:
When you come to our personnel office, you will complete a sub packet and have your picture taken for an ID badge. It’s that simple! If you love helping children, and want to work in a positive and productive work environment, consider signing up today!