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A world of college and career…

The 741 students at Harvest Hill S.T.E.A.M. Academy in Menifee received a glimpse of what their future college and trade schools may hold for them during their second annual College and Career Week that began Monday, Oct. 8. The magnet… Read full article at The Valley News

Valley schools team up to push…

HEMET – Elsinore High School has won the past two Riverside County Academic Decathlon championships, but that isn’t slowing them down from going for a third title. Elsinore, along with Hemet, San Jacinto and West Valley high schools are meeting… Read full article at The Valley News

Application period now open for $1.2…

High school seniors who dream of making a difference in the world through science, technology, engineering and math studies are invited to apply to Edison International’s $1.2 million Edison Scholars Program. Edison International, the parent company of Southern California Edison,… Read full article at The Valley News

Students to create civics-related documentaries in…

Mediacom and C-SPAN announced this year’s annual student documentary competition for middle school and high school students in the video documentary competition, “StudentCam.” Students are asked to create a short video documentary and submit it online between Nov. 1, 2018,… Read full article at The Valley News

Midge James

James touches many lives with her…

“I’ve worked for Menifee School District schools for 32 years,” says Midge James, Menifee’s veteran source on all things education. “Menifee’s small town feel drew me in, and it’s that same feeling that made me stay.” Having taken on the… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

In 1912, Banning High’s principal joined…

On June 7, 1910, the Riverside Daily Press announced that Prof. J. A. McLean was leaving his position as Banning High School teacher and principal. His replacement was a new Yale graduate by the name of Horace Paul Bestor. How… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Gubernatorial candidates John Cox, Gavin Newsom…

Teachers, district administrators and union leaders from across the Coachella Valley sent us their questions for the gubernatorial candidates, venture capitalist John Cox, a Republican, and Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat. Topics range from teacher pensions to growing class… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Former POW Jessica Lynch shares inspiring…

As the Jerry Argovitz Sports Institute (JASI) continues to make a difference in the lives of local student-athletes, the program's eponymous founder persists in raising the bar for the Institute's reach and impact. Argovitz, a Rancho Mirage resident, has become… Read full article at The Desert Sun

5 run for 3 seats on…

In its first election using the new by-trustee area system, five residents are hoping to earn a seat on the Murrieta Valley Unified School District board of trustees. In Trustee Area 1, incumbent Robin J. Crist will not seek to… Read full article at The Valley News

TVUSD Board of Trustees elections see…

In an effort to help inform voters, Valley News spoke to Temecula Valley Unified School District candidates regarding their stance on concerns that many have regarding TVUSD and school boards in general. Each candidate was asked to answer each question… Read full article at The Valley News