students carry oars on beach as sun begins to rise

Moreno Valley schools test the waters…

Barefooted Bryce Jackson and seven other youngsters from Moreno Valley schools hoisted the narrow, 56-foot-long, boat out of chilly Lake Perris and carried it across the sandy beach in the dark. “I can’t feel my feet,” Jackson said. Even so,… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Inland nonprofits celebrate power of music,…

A nonprofit that began as a recording studio in a Moreno Valley home in 1998 is now helping hundreds of Inland area children each year share their music and art. Music Changing Lives, which now serves children through the Redlands… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

‘Little Free Library’ in a Hemet…

Children from Cawston Elementary and students from Tahquitz High School were surprised while returning to school after Veterans Day to find a new kiosk sitting in the front yard at 3843 W. Menlo in Hemet. The kiosk was installed by… Read full article at The Valley News

In spirit of Thanksgiving, students participate…

In a repeat from last year, Taleyah Graves, now a seventh-grader, vowed to win Nicolet Middle School’s Palomino Stampede, the school’s annual turkey trot event. And she did: trailing behind her in second place last Friday in their division were classmates Monique… Read full article at Record Gazette

students work in professional kitchen

San Jacinto High School opens new,…

They’re cooking up a new career program in San Jacinto. San Jacinto High School has opened its Culinary Arts center, paid for by a three-year Career Technical Education grant won in 2016 from the California Department of Education. A ribbon-cutting… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Cherwell recognizes Val Verde for ‘Biggest…

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The information technology department at Val Verde Unified School District was recognized by Cherwell Service Management at their global conference with two prestigious awards: Biggest Business Outcome and Most Innovative Use of Cherwell Service Management. The… Read full article at The Valley News

Assistance League Temecula Valley works to…

TEMECULA – For thousands of local children, back-to-school shopping just doesn't happen. For families struggling to put food on the table, buying new clothes is a luxury they can't afford. That's when Assistance League of Temecula Valley comes in. During… Read full article at The Valley News

MSJC nursing students receive scholarships

SAN JACINTO – The Mt. San Jacinto College Foundation awarded scholarships to 41 MSJC nursing students Nov. 1, during a scholarship event at Menifee Lakes Country Club. Scholarships disbursed totaled $30,800. Some of the MSJC nursing students plan to take… Read full article at The Valley News

MVP Spotlight: Nancy Romo and Kaleb…

Once you’ve been an athlete for a while, it’s hard to hide from the spotlight. This time around, that spotlight has found Nancy Romo and Kaleb Hervey at San Jacinto High School for our Fall MVP Spotlight. Nancy Romo -… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle