Teachers must adapt how they use…

On March 13, as my student teacher was taking attendance and checking work email, I saw her freeze. She showed me the message and then I froze, too. First, we got our students’ attention, and then we gave them the… Read full article at EdSource

PVH confirms first positive COVID-19 test…

On March 27, Palo Verde Hospital (PVH) CEO (Chief Executive Officer) Sandra Anaya confirmed the rural healthcare facility’s first positive test for COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) to the Times. “The hospital has had one positive test result for the Corona Virus.… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Two months before traditional graduation, minus…

Terrence Davis, Beaumont’s superintendent of schools, is adamant that every senior will get to participate in graduation — assuming that health and county officials give a green light for students to go back to school. At the Banning school board… Read full article at Record Gazette

American Business Women’s Association scholarships are…

The Trendsetters Chapter of The American Business Women’s Association in Palm Desert is offering two $1,000 scholarships funded through their Stephen Bufton Memorial Educational Fund. The deadline to apply is May 15, and the scholarship will support local female students… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Teachers parade through San Bernardino streets…

With horns honking and hands waving, over a dozen teachers from Hillside Elementary School in San Bernardino paraded through the streets in their vehicles to greet students while they remain at home during the coronavirus pandemic Friday afternoon. Students, along… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Coronavirus pandemic sparks homeschooling interest in…

An Indio mother of three, who is also a credentialed teacher tells News Channel 3 the homeschooling community in the valley is “booming”. Since schools closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Heather Siani says she has seen a spike… Read full article at KESQ News

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

A cluster of friends high-fived and chatted at the entrance to Reseda Charter High on Wednesday morning, standing rather close to one another at a time when public health officials caution against breaching 6 feet with anyone outside your household.… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise