Redlands Unified School District employee arrested…

A man from Running Springs and employee of the Redlands Unified School District was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of uploading and distributing child pornography. John Edward Charlier, 61, was arrested when detectives from the Fontana Police Department responded to a… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Leaving a legacy behind in the…

As three friends graduate San Jacinto Valley Academy to attend the University of California Los Angeles this year, they are leaving a legacy behind for other students. Bailey Banks, Matthew Howell and Briana Salinas didn’t seriously think UCLA would accept… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle

TVUSD to host first Community Resource…

Temecula Valley Unified School District will host the district’s first-ever Community Resource Fair, in partnership with HOPE Collaborative and Murrieta Valley Unified School District, which is designed to showcase the work and resources available to TVUSD families. The free event… Read full article at The Valley News

Top graduating students from 61 Riverside…

RIVERSIDE – With a collective GPA of 4.57, 147 students from the class of 2019 at every comprehensive high school in Riverside County were honored at the 14th annual Riverside County Student Academic Awards Dinner Monday, April 22, at the… Read full article at The Valley News

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EVMWD honors local young water scientists…

LAKE ELSINORE – The Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District's board of directors recognized nine students for their science fair projects that focused on water Thursday, April 25. Families and teachers were treated to a reception and ceremony that was held… Read full article at The Valley News

Price steps down from Banning school…

Banning School Board member Anne Price has chosen to step down from her position in the coming weeks. She says the decision came after her and her husband, Jim Price chose to move back to where they are originally from… Read full article at Record Gazette

Indio High School briefly on lockdown…

Indio High School was briefly on lockdown due to police activity Wednesday. The lockdown was lifted by 1 p.m. after initially being reported minutes earlier, according to a Desert Sands Unified School District spokeswoman. Read full article at The Desert Sun