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Emily Valencia is a responsible, hard working, and caring student. I am so lucky to have her in my class.
Cinthia Garduno is a good person and is diligent in her school work!
Skyler Mattos was recognized by Tulare County for the Character Pillar Citizenship. She exhibits daily the reason why she was chosen.
Brenda has too many great qualities to be able to list them all. One of my favorite’s is that I can always count on her full attention when I am giving a lesson. This has enabled her to do great things in class. She is a great role model to her fellow students.
Rosalma is an outstanding student! She was honored at the recent Character Counts assembly for being trustworthy. Rosalma found a large amount of money at school and immediately turned it in to the office. We are lucky to have her at Kings River School.
Elenna has a soft and sweet spirit.
- Mrs. Yockey
Angel Pacheco is Student of the Month for room 8. Angel loves math and would like to grow up to be a math teacher. He is a very hard worker in class and a great friend. Congratulations Angel!
Joycelyn Mares always tries hard and is willing to help others in class. She loves to learn and is a joy to have in class!
Baltazar Pacheco is a conscientious student who always tries his best!
Yulisa Gomez-Hernandez is a great role model. In college, she wants to get an art degree.
David Galvez is dedicated to becoming a great drummer. That is why he is doing so well.
November 16, 2013 Janet Kelly inspires students to explore theater, history -Visalia Times Delta October 22, 2013 Kings River Union student honored for 'Respect' in annual Character Counts program -Visalia Times Delta April 17, 2013 Hello Kings River, Below is a link . . . read more
The Kings River Union Elementary School District, by providing a safe and healthy learning environment, is committed to developing each student’s academic and interpersonal skills to their full potential. The entire organization is dynamically engaged in learning while modeling behavior worthy of emulation. There is a . . . read more
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