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Big Honor For Clovis Fire Department

The City of Clovis Fire Department is now re-accredited through the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI).  The standards for accreditation are comprehensive and ensure accredited departments are truly delivering the best possible services to their community.  The accreditation process also assures the taxpayer that their fire department is providing services in a cost efficient manner.  The Clovis Fire Department is one of thirteen accredited agencies in California and one of approximately 150 fire agencies internationally to achieve this status.  There are approximately 30,000 fire agencies in the Nation.

Emotional Lesson About The Dangers of High Schoolers Drinking

The Scenario on February 26, 2014: Three Clovis East High School teenage boys just finished a big morning test and decided to “relax” with alcohol at their friend Damon’s house during lunch. Alexus, Dylan and Zo realized they had to get back to class to avoid getting “tardies,” and two of them had to take another test. Dylan got behind the wheel. Meanwhile, teacher Stephanie Champion took her daily run at lunch due to a conflict in the evening. Coming back from lunch off-campus were Summer, Sofia and Nate. They watched in horror when Dylan hit Ms. Champion. Dylan didn’t stop. He plowed into the driver’s side of the car sending Summer to the hospital. Zo died at the scene. SkyLife crews are airlifting Champion to emergency. Zo’s actions proved to be fatal and life-shattering.

Help A Family Honor Their Daughter's Wishes

Help A Family Honor Their Daughter's Wishes

Is The H1N1 Flu Virus A 'Super Bug'?

Is The H1N1 Flu Virus A 'Super Bug'?

We are not out of the woods yet!

That is the word from Fresno County Public Health officials about the 'flu' virus.

As of Tuesday afternoon, in Fresno County alone, fourteen people have died from the bug.

Another thirty-one people were admitted to intensive care units, and eight remain hospitalized.

In the state of California, at least 147 people have died from the virus.

The virus, which typically strikes seniors and young children, is now attacking and even killing young adults.

So, is it a more severe strain of flu, or h

Transition From High School To Adulthood

If you or someone you know is looking for help in transitioning into adulthood - wanting to make good life choices - a FREE Adult Transition progam could help.

CUSD's Family Resource Center offers the "Adult Transition Program" 6:30 p.m. January 30th.

This all takes place at the Professional Developement Building - 1680 David E. Cook Way in Clovis. 

Please RSVP to familyresourcecenter@cusd.com or call 327-8455. 

13th Annual Celebrate Life Birthday Blood Drive, 2/19/14

13th Annual Celebrate Life Birthday Blood Drive, 2/19/14

Free Dental Care March 8, 2014

Free Dental Care March 8, 2014