More than 2,200 books about ancient…

C. Kenworthey Harer and Cynthia Harer-Gibbs — children of W. Benson Harer, longtime friend and supporter of California State University, San Bernardino — generously donated more than 2,200 books worth over $300,000 to the John M. Pfau Library and the… Read full article at Record Gazette

CONGRESSMAN RUIZ TALKS LOCAL SCHOOL STRUCTURE…

The corrosion and mold found at Indio’s James Madison Elementary School made it to the congressional floor, Congressman Raul Ruiz brought up the issues at the local school while petitioning billions of dollars for upgrades at public schools. Ruiz discusses… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Candidates running for the Banning Unified…

The following are snapshots of the candidates running for the Banning Unified School District’s board of directors. In District 1, appointed incumbent George Moyer’s seat is up; he is among three vying for his seat. In District 2 incumbent Alfredo… Read full article at Record Gazette

Beaumont will not budge for Banning…

More than 4,400 homes are being built in Banning off of an already busy Highland Springs Road. Yet, less than 400 of those homes will be sending their children to school in Banning. The rest, which could amount to more… Read full article at Record Gazette

LOOK: Native American curriculum in schools

Sunny Sands Elementary School third grade teacher Ramona Frost, teaches her pupils about the Cahuilla indigenous people of the desert during a curriculum at their school on November 1, 2019. Read full article at The Desert Sun

$1 million going to youth surfing,…

LOS ANGELES — The LA84 Foundation announced Friday that it has awarded $1 million in grants to Southern California school-based and community youth sports organizations. The grants are intended to serve nearly 30,000 children involved in 16 sports across seven… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Inland youth golf programs offer lessons…

Two nonprofit organizations – one new to the area and the other expanding – are taking a swing at getting more Inland Empire youth interested in golf. The Southern California Golf Association Junior, noted for its junior development efforts in… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Independent investigation launched into use of…

An independent investigation into allegations that Yucaipa High football players have directed racial slurs toward players from Carter High in Rialto before, during and after their past three Citrus Belt League meetings has been launched on behalf of the Yucaipa-Calimesa… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

PVHS honors 1st quarter academic achievements

Someone once said, “Recognition is the greatest motivator” – and Palo Verde Unified School District (PVUSD) couldn’t agree more. When it comes to recognizing the hard work and the dedicated efforts our students put forth, PVUSD strives to never overlook… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times