2016 Seal of Multiliteracy Awards Posted on December 1, 2016 Riverside County Seal of Multiliteracy medals ready to be presented. A record number of students received the 2016 Seal of Multiliteracy. The Martin Luther King Jr. High School Saxophone Ensemble entertains guests as they arrived. Cynthia Glover Woods, Chief Academic Officer, RCOE, welcomes the audience. Riverside County Education Academy Color Guard performs the presentation of colors. Riverside County Education Academy Color Guard stands during Pledge of Allegiance. Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Kenneth M. Young speaks on the importance of multiliteracy. Over 400 students, parents and educators attended the evening ceremony. Academy of Applied Learning’s Maya Lee Gray was the first Seal of Mulitiliteracy recipient. Students from Beaumont High School pose with their Seal medals. Desert Mirage High School recipients Melanie Nuñez and Sergio Orozco Lemus. Seal of Multiliteracy recipients from Hemet High School. Hemet USD’s Tahquitz High School Seal of Multiliteracy recipients. Students from Jurupa Valley High School wear their Seal of Multiliteracy medals Joaquin Arellano from Elsinore High School receives the Seal medal. Seal of Multiliteracy students from Canyon Springs High School in Moreno Valley USD. Students from Moreno Valley High School proudly wear their Seal of Mulitiliteracy medals. Valley View High School students pose after receiving their Seal medals. Great showing of multiliterate students from Vista Del Lago High School. San Jacinto High School students receive their Seal of Multiliteracy medals. Seal recipients from Chaparral High School in Temecula Valley USD. The evening’s final recipients from Rancho Verde High School in Val Verde USD. Student poses with Seal of Multiliteracy certificate. Student and family pose for cellphone picture with Seal of Multiliteracy certificate. Seal of Multiliteracy student poses for cellphone photo with proud Marine.