Teens dream of one day earning…

WILDOMAR - JaCori Neal and Clarissa Fears are two ambitious teens who have learned to overcome obstacles. They are focused academically, musically and spiritually in Community Outreach Ministry's (COM) camping, annual Angel Tree Christmas party and year-round outreaches. At these… Read full article at The Valley News

High School to Join New College…

Rancho Verde High School was selected from over 1,000 schools worldwide that will participate in the new Pre-AP Program next school year. Pre-AP is designed to give all students the opportunity to learn the foundational knowledge and skills they need… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

Free Lunches in Upcoming School Year

Students at Moreno Valley Unified School District’s (MVUSD) elementary, middle and alternative schools will now have access to free lunch regardless of family income level. This is a part of a new universal meal service option of a Community Eligibility… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

Districts agree to pursue unification fact-finding…

Board members of two school districts agreed Tuesday to accelerate the process required to consider forming a Menifee Unified School District. The meeting at the Menifee Union School District office was a study session and did not require a vote,… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

Summer of Learning

March Mountain High School’s Career Technical Education (CTE) Manufacturing students have had a busy summer. Not only have they learned how to use tools and equipment to build their projects, they’ve also had to put their leadership skills to the… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

Idyllwild Arts Summer Program sends students…

More than 150 students that participated in the Idyllwild Arts Summer Program are leaving the mountain setting behind and headed for the big city for a performance at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles on Aug. 5. The concert,… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

STATE: Federal spending on children projected to…

Federal spending on children will drop about a quarter within a decade, as appropriations for the elderly and rising interest payments on a soaring national debt will squeeze spending on America’s youth, the Urban Institute projected in a report issued… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: University of California students cheer an…

University of California students already celebrated a tuition freeze announced last month for the 2018-19 school year. Now they are anticipating something else to cheer: a rare $60 reduction. The UC regents on Thursday are expected to approve a budget… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: Far from home and alone: Unaccompanied…

One night three years ago, Milton kissed his mother gently on the head, careful not to wake her, and slipped out of their home in rural Guatemala where he had lived his whole life. As his parents and six younger… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: Proposed agreement with police would give…

A school resource officer could be a daily fixture on Laguna Beach campuses for the first time under a proposal being weighed by school district leaders. The proposed agreement between the Laguna Beach Unified School District and the city Police… Read full article at Los Angeles Times