Parents gift signs to Palm Desert…

Class of 2020 high school students across the state and country are spending the final months of their senior year restricted to home amid the coronavirus pandemic, unable to attend milestone events such as prom, and not knowing what type… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Beaumont superintendent discusses graduation possibilities

Beaumont High School is still deciding about how to celebrate the Class of 2020’s graduation ever since the coronavirus pandemic has shut down large gatherings due to fear of spreading the disease even further. Graduation is usually held the first… Read full article at Record Gazette

Students to receive credit/no credit grades…

Beaumont High School seniors will be able to graduate with the grades they have earned as credit through March 13, the day that the Riverside county school districts closed down due to the coronavirus pandemic. Those credits will go toward… Read full article at Record Gazette

County education department celebrates National Teacher…

In celebration of National Teacher Appreciation Day on Tuesday, May 5, the Riverside County Office of Education (RCOE) will premiere four videos highlighting the extraordinary work of the Riverside County Teachers of the Year, starting with Beaumont fourth-grade teacher Tracy… Read full article at Record Gazette

With students at home, “spring break”…

This “spring break” is like no other for California. Even as public schools are making a big push to ramp up their “distance learning” curriculum, millions of students, along with their teachers, are out on spring break this week. Read full article at EdSource

Education and the coronavirus crisis: What’s…

EdSource is tracking the impact of the coronavirus on education in California. See below for the latest key developments compiled by EdSource staff. Click here for more in-depth EdSource reports on the coronavirus. Read full article at EdSource

LOCAL BAND DIRECTORS CREATE COACHELLA VALLEY’S…

Students from all over Coachella Valley are collaborating in what is being called the first virtual concert band. The students are being led by band teachers throughout the valley, but one guy is helping make this virtual experience come together.… Read full article at KMIR TV Palm Springs

Mobley wins Wootten high school basketball…

Just one week after being named California’s Gatorade Player of the Year for the second straight season, Rancho Christian High School’s Evan Mobley won the Morgan Wootten Player of the Year Award. The Wootten Award is named after Coach Morgan… Read full article at The Valley News