Young woman speaking on tv screen

HHS Broadcasting: behind the scenes

Every public school student past and present remembers listening to the morning announcements: A teacher or a student reads the bulletin into the loudspeakers, while half the class tunes it out and chats with their peers. But when it’s on… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle

students wearing cooking clothes mingle in new culinary space

SJHS Culinary Arts facility grand opening

San Jacinto Unified School District’s San Jacinto High School has a shiny new Culinary Arts facility, already put into action for the ribbon-cutting event held on Oct. 24, from a dream made real through a three-year Career Technical Education (CTE)… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle

student watch police men giving a demonstration with a police dog

Cawston elementary school’s unforgettable red ribbon…

Staff members at Cawston Elementary School surprised their students with an unforgettable school assembly. On Monday, Oct. 29, students were visited by members of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Hemet Fire Department, and California Highway Patrol (CHP). Students were shown… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle

MSJC nursing students awarded scholarships

The Mt. San Jacinto College Foundation awarded scholarships to 41 MSJC nursing students on 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 advantage of… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle

Reward offered in fatal hit-and-run of…

Redlands police are offering a $5,000 reward for information on the fatal hit-and-run that killed a popular school crossing guard who always had a smile and a wave for everyone. In a news release announcing the reward Thursday, Nov. 8,… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Student fight at Hemet’s Tahquitz High…

Police were called to stop a lunchtime student fight Thursday at Tahquitz High School in Hemet and used pepper spray as a deterrent, authorities said. No injuries or arrests were immediately reported, but Hemet police officials were initially only able… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Vietnam vet to be awarded high…

A Vietnam veteran will finally get a high school diploma from an unexpected source after battling the school district where he attended 50 years ago. Ken Weiner, who was awarded the Purple Heart after being shot twice in Vietnam, will… Read full article at source

Riverside City College student sings way…

On Sunday night, Nov. 4, 20 year-old Kayley Serrano stood on the Riverside Municipal Auditorium stage awaiting the outcome of Riverside’s Got Talent. Her vocal solo of “El Crucifijo de Piedra” had been one of 18 acts in the seventh… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

VVHS Crimson Regiments Scores BIG

The marching band at Valley View High School brought an amazing performance to the Rancho Verde field tournament last week. The scores for percussion were the highest in the past 5 years with a score of 76.00 for first place… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

RVHS Crimson Regiment to Perform at…

The Rancho Verde Crimson Regiment will be the first Val Verde Unified School District High School band to participate in the Rose Parade®. The surprise announcement was made Monday, October 15, 2018 at Rancho Verde High School by the 2020… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News