Shayla Girardin
Shayla Girardin joined the ABC30 Action News team in August 2019.

Shayla is a California native and has lived in both the Bay Area and Southern California. She's excited to call Central Valley her new home!

Shayla previously worked at KOAA News 5 in Colorado Springs where she worked as a morning reporter. Before moving to Colorado, Shayla graduated from Pepperdine University with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism and an emphasis in Political Science. During her studies, Shayla interned at ABC30's sister station, KABC in Los Angeles. Through her internships, she had the unique opportunity to interview celebrities including Zac Efron, Hilary Swank, Lucy Hale, Nick Carter and Jesse McCartney. She also gained experience as a television newscast producer, reporter and anchor with Pepperdine's university station.

Shayla is a coffee enthusiast who loves exploring the outdoors, traveling and spending time with family. You'll see her reporting weekday mornings on ABC30.

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West Hills College Lemoore wins $2 million grant
West Hills College in Lemoore is winning big. The Valley school was recently awarded a $2 million grant.
What does senior year look like amid the pandemic?
For high school students, the senior year experience is very different amid COVID-19.
Some Clovis Unified junior high, high school students return for in-person learning
Clovis Unified welcomed back thousands of middle school and high school students for the first time in nearly a year on Tuesday.
Small cohorts of students return to Fresno Unified campuses
The district is inviting back all of their "high-needs students." The cohorts will also be testing out best practices to prepare for even more students to return.
Madera Community College offering short-term classes this spring
Madera Community College is offering short-term classes, ranging anywhere from six to nine weeks and covering a variety of subjects.
Discipline in distance learning, how teachers keep students on task
Clovis Unified teacher Matt Filippi says keeping his students focused can be challenging.
FAFSA deadline coming up, Valley educators reminding students
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is the first step toward unlocking thousands of dollars in aid.
College of the Sequoias in Visalia offering free training for career as arborist
A South Valley college is offering an exciting career opportunity to anyone interested in being an arborist. College of the Sequoias is partnering with PG&E to make the program happen.
How Fresno State is keeping on-campus living safe for students during COVID-19
Students are settling into the spring semester at Fresno State and for a select few, that means living on campus.