West Valley preps students for elections

The California Department of Education, along with the State of California, observed High School Voter Education Week from Sept. 17-28. In recognition of the week, the CDE and State of California emphasized the importance of ensuring that students are learning… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle

Valley schools push each other to…

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. Elsinore, along with Hemet, San Jacinto, and West Valley High Schools are meeting every month to… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle

New Native studies taught at school

Tashina Ornelas wants to be sure her students understand the history that led to their current-day existence and the important contributions Native Americans have made throughout the years. This is why two courses have been added at Noli Indian School… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle

Millions of Californians’ jobs could be…

Looking at a map of California on a projector screen, Johannes Moenius, an economics professor at the University of Redlands, hovered his mouse over the Inland Empire, which glowed with a splotch of red pixels. The colored dots signified how… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

Public dances wow spectators of Trolley…

Four stops along Riverside Transit Agency’s bus route 10 were part of the show Saturday, Oct. 13 — rather, the shows — as a trolley took spectators to watch dances in public places. Ten-minute dance numbers aimed to draw attention… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Santa Rosa Academy students watch as man talks near doll wearing 3D printed gear

MSJC ‘Manufacturing Day’ gives students a…

Mt. San Jacinto College celebrated Manufacturing Day by giving students a chance to learn about jobs with demonstrations and presentations. Held in conjunction with the city of Menifee, California Manufacturing Technology Consulting and the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce, the… Read full article at The Valley News

Rotary Club of Wildomar gives dictionaries…

WILDOMAR – The Rotary Club of Wildomar has completed their annual deliveries of dictionaries to local third-grade students. Each September, members of the Rotary Club of Wildomar delivery approximately 500 dictionaries to third-grade students attending elementary schools in the Lake… Read full article at The Valley News

A history lesson for San Gorgonio…

Beaumont resident John McLaughlin and his daughter Laurie McLaughlin, from the San Gorgonio Pass Historical Society, delighted members of CalRTA Division 82 of the San Gorgonio Pass, the organization of retired teachers, with a presentation of “Remembering Our Town” at… Read full article at Record Gazette

Why the Hemet Community Concert Association’s…

That’s how Diane Mitchell, artistic director for Hemet Community Concert Association, described the season opening band. “They are superb, with charisma, energy and musical chops to burn,” she said. “This is not a typicalmariachi group. They do some songs in… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Val Verde USD Celebrates Its AP…

Perris, California – At Val Verde Unified School District, 6 students have earned the Advanced Placement® (AP®) Capstone Diploma and 6 students have earned the AP Seminar and Research CertificateTM during the 2017-18 school year. AP CapstoneTM is a diploma… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News