young girl holds new dictionary

Putting words into the hands of…

A Student’s Dictionary may not be Alaysia Williamson’s first, but it certainly is the biggest. She and scores of others received brand new personal dictionaries during distribution events by the Republican Women recently, as the group visited Banning schools to… Read full article at Record Gazette

Reflections on Banning’s Historic Eastside School

Banning’s historic Eastside School was opened in the 1920s on East Ramsey Street. Also known as the “Mexican School,” Eastside School’s elementary age students were predominantly from Banning’s three Mexican barrios, Chancla, Sapo, and Lagartijo, although other Mexican children in… Read full article at Record Gazette

Lakeside High School issues notification to…

Lake Elsinore Unified School District Public Information Officer Mark Dennis issued a statement on Saturday, Dec. 8 regarding the investigation over the weekend of a threat made on social media involving Lakeside High School. "Since Friday afternoon and continuing today,… Read full article at The Valley News

California community colleges reject state aid…

For years 22 California community colleges did not participate in the federal student loan program, blocking students from taking out federal loans to cover their educational expenses. A few never allowed their students to take out federal loans. Many stopped… Read full article at source

Adrian Renteria, a 10-year old in Coachella talks into a microphone on Channel 3 News while standing on the parade route

Coachella hosts Galactic themed Holiday parade

Downtown Coachella was shining bright tonight as dozens of festive floats dazzled down the street along with performers from local schools and valley organizations. Hundreds of people showed up for the parade, many coming out to support loved ones and… Read full article at KESQ News

Riley’s Farm sues Claremont school district,…

The Claremont Unified School District, its board members, superintendent and two principals are being sued over the cancelation of field trips to Riley’s Farm in Oak Glen, and they may not be the last. The business and principal shareholder James… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Gingerbread Lane

Holiday spirit came alive at the Old Town Artisan Studio in La Quinta with Christmas and Hanukah music filling the air. The performers were the Rancho Mirage Singing Rattler choirs directed by Andy Eisenmann and later a performance by The… Read full article at The Desert Sun

‘Tis the season for Holiday Wishes

Tim Sanchez and his fiancée barely make it by on his seasonal job with the Banning Broncos and hers as a caregiver. Together, they have five of their own kids and a nephew to care for. His family is among… Read full article at Record Gazette

two young woman stand near harbor holding certificate

Tiny strokes of prevention help Beaumont…

For the second year in a row, Beaumont High School has taken top accolades at the Inland Empire Resource Conservation District’s state competition. The first place honor at the The IERCD annual Speak-Off competition held in San Diego last month… Read full article at Record Gazette

Banning High seniors vie to become…

As Banning High School’s Students of the Month for September, October, November, and December, seniors Elyssa Salas, Michelle Candelario, David Mills, and Adriana Contreras are vying to become Student of the Year. The prestigious award and a scholarship will be… Read full article at Record Gazette