Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Named…

Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Judy D. White was sworn in as a commissioner for First 5 Riverside, the Riverside County Children & Families Commission, during a Commission meeting on Jan. 22. “Joining First 5 Riverside is an up-front investment… Read full article at Record Gazette

Community College District Trustees Announces Board…

The Riverside Community College District (RCCD) Board of Trustees announced its officers for the upcoming year. Mary Figueroa, the longest serving trustee, was first elected to the Board in 1995, and will serve as president. Figueroa’s community involvement began at… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

School Districts Graduate At Top Of…

According to California Department of Education data released, the Riverside County graduation rate of 90.1 percent for the class of 2019 is #1 among the top 10 largest comparison counties in California for the first time in history. Riverside County’s… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

MVUSD Students Recognized at Scholarship Breakfast

Valley View High School senior Josiah Jones and Vista Del Lago High School senior Lynayah Melendez were recognized at the 7th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Breakfast as scholarship recipients for winning the essay competition. Josiah is ranked 11th… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

Students Experience Tech Giants

Forty computer science students traveled to Silicon Valley January 6 through 9 to get a taste of careers at some of the world’s biggest tech corporations. Palo Alto Networks was the primary host, organizing a variety of interactions and experiences.… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

Rancho Mirage High School teacher wins…

Jennifer Donohue, a chemistry teacher from Rancho Mirage High School, is KESQ and Walter Clark Legal Group's "One Class At A Time" award winner for the month of January. One Class at a Time. Read full article at KESQ News

PSUSD receives $40k to jumpstart elementary…

Palm Springs Unified School District just recently received $40,000 to jumpstart a reading initiative in elementary schools district-wide. On Thursday, all students at Bubbling Wells Elementary gathered in their multi-purpose room for a group reading session. Each student was then… Read full article at KESQ News

PVC open applications for new fall…

The Palo Verde College (PVC) Nursing & Allied Health Department is eyeing a busy 2020 year, starting with an open application period for the new VN (Vocational Nursing) program’s fall 2020 class. Student hopefuls will have an open application period… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

IID approves controversial land deal near…

The Imperial Irrigation District board of directors voted this week to approve an option to sell 2,880 acres near Niland and Calipatria to a Moreno Valley-based developer for the construction of an “inland port.” The board postponed action on the… Read full article at The Desert Sun