RIVERSIDE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICER EXTENDS…

Riverside County Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser extended the closure of the county’s schools to June 19 in response to the current conditions of COVID-19. “After consultation with the districts and the County Office of Education, I unfortunately believe… Read full article at KMIR TV Palm Springs

Quail Valley Elementary teachers wave hi…

Teachers at Quail Valley Elementary School in Menifee conducted a parade through the neighborhood Wednesday, with teachers waving to students as they drove by their homes, similar to events seen throughout the city. Residents without school children came outside in… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

Coronavirus: Riverside County reports 64 new…

Riverside County officials announced on Thursday that a total of 493 people in the county had tested positive for coronavirus, an increase of 64 cases from the day before. The county also revealed that another person had died from the… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Coronavirus: UC system suspends SAT/ACT requirements…

The University of California is drastically relaxing its fall 2021 admissions standards for applicants who are currently high school juniors, including suspending the requirement that they take standardized tests and allowing pass/fail grades for this spring’s classes affected by the… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Riverside County schools ordered closed until…

Riverside County schools – from elementary campuses to universities – have been ordered to stay closed until June 19, effectively ending in-person education this school year. The county’s public health officer extended an order that had been in effect until… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Inland schools team up with KVCR…

Schools are closed, so local educators are hoping students at home during the coronavirus pandemic will turn on the TV. Public television station KVCR, working with the Riverside County Office of Education and the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools,… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

PVC Pirates’ Chest dates set for…

The Palo Verde College (PVC) Pirates’ Chest food program’s March 18-19 disbursement dates served a total of 88 enrolled students, as well as 361 household members, with groceries following the March 16 campus closure due to ongoing COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

QESD #4 board discusses staff, spars…

The gloves came off during a contentious March 16 Quartzsite Elementary School District #4 (QESD #4) Governing Board agenda item discussion over the ongoing campus closures in neighboring Arizona – specifically, policy regarding teachers’ attendance at Ehrenberg Elementary School and… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

PVUSD: ‘A member of our school…

On April 1, the Palo Verde Unified School District (PVUSD) announced a member of the resident school community to have tested positive for COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). The person is noted not to have had access to any PVUSD facilities since… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Having fun while learning, when staying…

What is a parent or grandparent to do while their child or children are sequestered at home now that most if not all schools are closed? Take to the Internet and utilize some of the intriguing websites that make reading,… Read full article at Record Gazette