Tools for Tomorrow –Nina McLemore’s Trunk…

Tools for Tomorrow events are as varied and interesting as the students who participate in the programs. The VISIONARIES, those ingenious inventive fundraisers for TFT are more than money counters, they can also be glamorous. There were raindrops on the… Read full article at The Desert Sun

We have a busy year ahead.…

And finally, let's not forget that children are our future. Look out for these education stories in 2019: In January, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, through an independent firm, is set to conclude its investigation of an incident at… Read full article at The Desert Sun

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Corona’s Citrus Hills Intermediate School raises…

Talk about a long holiday shopping list. Students at employees at Corona’s Citrus Hills Intermediate School raised more than $20,000, then hit the market to buy carloads of groceries for delivery to 90 families before Christmas. Students, staff members and… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

King High singers, Santa, visit Riverside…

Christmas carols, Santa Claus and cheerful words brightened a day for Riverside Community Hospital patients last week. Martin Luther King High School’s Show Choir visited the downtown hospital to perform for patients and employees on Thursday, Dec. 20. And they… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

will Flying J truck stop approved…

A Pilot Flying J Travel Center will be built less than a mile from a Mira Loma neighborhood and Jurupa Valley High School despite concerns over pollution from diesel emissions that the city says will be “significant.” The 12-acre project… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

The Palm Springs film festival is…

The Palm Springs International Film Festival begins its 30th year Thursday with a strong position among the flood of festivals that have saturated the 21st century world market. More than 9,700 individual film festivals were presented between 1998 and 2013,… Read full article at The Desert Sun

LEUSD teachers receive $5,260 in grants

LAKE ELSINORE – The Assistance League of Temecula awarded 11 teachers with classroom grants totaling $5,260. A celebration was held Dec. 3 at the district office. Assistance League President Denise Lanier; Annette Sheehy, the director of philanthropic programs; Vice President… Read full article at The Valley News

MSJC Foundation awards scholarships to 67…

SAN JACINTO – The Mt. San Jacinto College Foundation held its annual fall scholarship reception, Nov. 14, at the Country Club at Soboba Springs. Scholarships totaling $68,555 were awarded to 67 students. An additional $31,200 was awarded to 42 registered… Read full article at The Valley News

MUSD announces plan to fill vacant…

MENIFEE – The governing board of the Menifee Union School District needs to fill the vacant seat for Trustee Area 5. The process will cover four dates. During the governing board meeting, Jan. 8, an announcement will be made that… Read full article at The Valley News

CSUSB joins national initiative to support…

This coming winter quarter, California State University, San Bernardino will launch a partnership with the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) to equip faculty with the instructional skills shown to promote student motivation, learning and persistence. The CSUSB Teaching… Read full article at Record Gazette