You Can’t Judge a Book by It’s Cover

FARMS Leadership| Central Valley | January 22, 2019

Participating Schools

El Diamante High School, Visalia CA

Mt. Whitney High School, Visalia CA

West Hills College Lemoore

Kris Costa, Dean of Career Technical Education
Tina Simas, Secretary, Student Services

Summary of the Day
We’ve been running the FARMS Leadership Program for 25 years, and yet every field day is something new. With almost 100 field days each year, that’s a lot of creativity on behalf of our partners and staff! Today’s field day at West Hills College Lemoore is an example of that. Students learned the history of the campus, the various and diverse services and programs they offer, were treated to an educational “etiquette” lunch, and then got to work in the automation lab!

“We were thrilled to have you here!”  – Kris Costa, Dean of Career Technical Education

“It was comforting knowing students have so much support here and their agenda wasn’t just come to West Hills Lemoore, but they encouraged our students to go anywhere, but if it happened to be here that would be awesome!” -Katie Wortman, FARMS Leadership Program Coordinator

An etiquette lunch provided by West Hills College, Lemoore.

Students learn about other career education opportunities at West Hills College, Lemoore

A fantastic day with El Diamante High School and Mt. Whitney High School at West Hills College, Lemoore

Ricardo Marmolejo, Director of Special Grants Program – Title V, West Hills College Lemoore leads a tour around the campus.

Hunter and Mia work diligently on their electricity project.

Eryk introduces Mrs. Kris Costa to the group. Mrs. Costa welcomes the group to West Hills College, Lemoore

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