Josh stands on school campus smiling

Coachella Valley native and California school…

Josh Godinez, a 1997 graduate of Cathedral City High School, said being a student has changed since he was in school, but the foundation of being a successful educator has remained the same. "Students may never remember what you taught… Read full article at The Desert Sun

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Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation…

MURRIETA – Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation annually provides scholarships to graduating high school seniors who wish to pursue studies in the environmental sciences field. To date, $13,000 has been awarded to graduating seniors who advanced to colleges and… Read full article at The Valley News

Bank of America opens Student Leaders…

TEMECULA – Applications for Bank of America’s Student Leaders program opened Nov. 11. The program gives high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to gain real-world professional experience while making a difference in their community. Through the program, five high… Read full article at The Valley News

Barry Manilow to bring music project…

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - Famed musician and valley resident Barry Manilow spoke exclusively with KESQ and CBS Local 2 this morning about his upcoming holiday performance at Agua Caliente Casino. He also shared his Manliow Music Project would be coming… Read full article at KESQ News

Rain storms in Southern California lead…

As rain begins to fall in Southern California from the latest storm, towns and counties prepared for the imminent problems it could cause, especially in areas previously affected by wildfires. Amid worries of mudslides and debris flow, parts of Riverside… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

La Quinta has no records of…

There are no records of a direct order from the city of La Quinta to remove the Mexican flag and references to Mexican culture from a student performance that took place in the library on Sept. 15, according to the… Read full article at The Desert Sun

MVUSD Grad Rate Exceeds Average

The graduation rate at all Moreno Valley Unified School District (MVUSD) high schools for the 2017-2018 year increased to 89.3 percent from 87.8 percent, a 1.5 percent increase. The rate is more than 6 percent higher than the California average… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

College to Unveil New iMake

Moreno Valley College will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for its iMAKE Innovation Center on Thursday, December 6, at Noon. The College will unveil its iMAKE Innovation Mobile Center in the John Coudures Plaza and then move the festivities to… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

Corona 6th-grader meets famous photographer Douglas…

A Corona 6th-grader aced a recent assignment by scoring a sit-down interview and lunch with renowned photographer Douglas Kirkland. Wyatt Seabolt, 11, attends Springs Charter Schools‘ Corona Student Center, and is interested in photography. Wyatt saw Kirkland on TV’s “Good… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Val Verde schools give 2,000 Chromebooks…

Some Paradise students who live near the site of the deadly Camp fire will benefit from a gift of good will from Val Verde schools — 2,000 free Chromebooks. The Val Verde Unified School District loaded the surplus laptops onto… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise