Live Oak Middle

School Info

Type: Regular School
Status: Operational
District: Tulare City Elementary
City: Tulare
State: California
Rating: n/a



Contact Info

Mailing Address: Live Oak Middle
980 NORTH LASPINA ST
Tulare, California 93274
Phone Number: 5596857310
Website: Live Oak Middle

Statistics

Total Number Of Teachers: n/a
Total Number Of Students: n/a
Average Class Size: n/a

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Sports/Activities

Baseball, Football, Golf, Hockey, Soccer, Swimming, Track And Field, Volleyball, Wrestling, Water Polo

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Live Oak Middle
Live Oak Middle
Tulare City Elementary
980 NORTH LASPINA ST
Tulare, California 93274

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