Eight Local High School Teams Advance…

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Returning Champion Hemet High School Among Final Eight Participants. Blue Ribbon Recipients Include Internships with Riverside County Public Defender’s Office, Riverside County District Attorney’s Office, and the Riverside County Superior Court. RIVERSIDE… Read More »

Final Three Riverside County Educators of…

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RIVERSIDE – A high school counselor, a teacher on special assignment, and a human resources associate superintendent were named Riverside County Educators of the Year after surprise visits from Riverside County Superintendent… Read More »

Fifth Grade Student Spells Way to…

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Aisha Randhawa, a fifth grade student at Garretson Elementary School in Corona-Norco Unified School District, will represent Riverside County at the Scripps National Spelling Bee MORENO VALLEY – After 18 rounds of stress-filled competition,… Read More »

Early Morning Surprise in Temecula Reveals…

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RIVERSIDE – Great Oak High School Principal Marc Horton was named the Riverside County Principal of the Year by Riverside County Superintendent of Schools, Kenneth M. Young, in an early morning surprise… Read More »

Son of Former Spelling Bee Champion…

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RIVERSIDE – From 1985 to 1988, Aaron Heick dominated the Riverside County Spelling Bee—placing second overall in 1985 and 1986 before finishing first in 1987 and 1988. As a 7th grade student… Read More »

33rd Annual Riverside County Mock Trial…

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RIVERSIDE – More than 520 local high school students will participate in the month-long legal competition known as the 33rd Annual Riverside County Mock Trial starting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, February… Read More »

West Valley High School Wins 33rd…

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ROMOLAND – West Valley High School (Hemet USD) was named overall champion at the 33rd Annual Academic Decathlon on Saturday, February 6, 2016, and will represent Riverside County at the California Academic Decathlon competition. The win represents the school’s second in a row and seventh in the last decade of the competition. Elsinore High School finished second and Corona High School’s Red Team earned third place.