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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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

Latest News


Tulare City Schools is hoping to save millions by going green
The Tulare City School District is going green in a trend that has many school officials looking to the sun to save money.

Farmworker children uprooted by California rules
Claudia Morales, left ,13, takes a lunch break at Palo Verde Union School Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014, in Tulare, Calif. Thousands of migrant farmworker children in Central California are handing in their text books, packing their bags and heading to new schools in the Central Valley or Mexico.

Children of farmworkers uprooted by California rules
This December, thousands of migrant farmworker children are making their annual trek to new schools in California, but they do so also at other times throughout the country. During growing season, their parents rent low-cost housing in federally subsidized labor camps, but state rules mandate that families move at least 50 miles away when the camps close for the winter.

Tulare County Office of Ed wins Golden Bell award
The Tulare County Office of Education will be honored Tuesday with a Golden Bell Award presented by the California School Boards of Association. Click to Continue »

Formula creates wide disparity in funds for disadvantaged students
A three-tier formula creates a state of haves and have-mores by awarding exponentially more money per student to districts with the highest shares of low-income, English-learning or foster-care children. Click to Continue »