DELANO RAMBLINGS: Tickets 4 The 56th annual Delano Sports Dinner Are available #Will_BeJanuary 15, 2020
Two competition trips for the Robert F. Kennedy High cheerleaders have been approved by the school board of the Delano Joint Union High School District.
The school board also approved submission of the Special Olympics Unified Champion School Annual Work plans for Cesar E. Chavez and Robert F. Kennedy high schools; a contractor service agreement with the Kern County Superintendent of Schools for the TUPE Tier II program for the current school year; an agreement with DataWorks to provide professional development at Robert F. Kennedy High, not to exceed $3,485; a consultant agreement with Thinking Maps Inc. for a one-day training and materials at Cesar E. Chavez High in the amount of $2,517.16; the Agriculture Advisory Committee roster for the current school year; and the clinical site agreements with Alpha Dynamic Physical Therapy, Central Valley Occupational, Hometown Dental, Dr. Park, Dr. Salmassi, Dr. Sharma Rahul, Dr. Suesberry, Dr. Don Victor Zapanta and Valley Imaging for the 2019-20 and 2020-2021 school years.
Tickets for the 56th annual Delano Sports Dinner are now available from directors of the Greater Delano Area Youth Foundation.
The $15 dinner tickets are for a steak dinner meal prepared by director David Turnipseed and a volunteer cooking/kitchen crew.
A letter to the Delano City Council has been composed by junior English students at Delano High School, who have expressed concern with the safety of the city’s water supply.
After a year or two, the council asked the city attorney if the city had to use the money for the specified three areas.
Maybe the City Council should put all that money into solving the city’s water issue.
The event is hosted by and open to students at Cesar E. Chavez, Delano and Robert F. Kennedy high schools.
Beverly Walker was JV MVP and Hannah Villaruz was recipient of the Coaches Award.
For girls tennis, Annalia Castrejon was varsity MVP, Areeana Campos was the Most Improved and Liane Domingo was the recipient of the Coaches Award.
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