Explore technical careers at the Temecula…

TEMECULA – Do you want a promising career that does not require a four-year degree? Take this opportunity to learn about the many options during the teen program, “Exploring Technical Careers,” Tuesday, Jan. 21, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Ronald… Read full article at The Valley News

Ron Shipley resigns as head football…

Turns out Shadow Hills High School will lose two Shipleys, not one. A week after star defensive end Jake Shipley left Indio to enroll and play football at the University of Oregon, his dad — longtime head football coach Ron… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Desert Sands Unified teachers outraged over…

As valley teachers gear up to re-negotiate their contracts, many are outraged over salary raises given to top Desert Sands Unified School District officials, saying the money should have been spent to benefit students. Hundreds of DSUSD teachers came to… Read full article at KESQ News

Students rally at Temecula Valley High…

Temecula Valley High School students walked out of school Monday to protest what they described as school administrators’ failure to protect the rights of minority students and mishandling of incidences of racist and hate speech on campus. Led by senior… Read full article at The Valley News

CIF cheerleading competition comes to Riverside

Spirit, spirit, they heard it. Cheerleaders from 89 high schools across Southern California were scheduled to compete Saturday, Jan. 11, at Martin Luther King High School in Riverside. The day-long CIF Southern Section Traditional Cheer Championships included cheerleaders from each… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Palm Springs film fest: Student screenings…

During a cultural moment when open-mindedness and acceptance can seem at a premium, the Palm Springs International Film Festival offers Coachella Valley students a rare opportunity to engage in boundary-bending films selected for their educational and humanistic value. More than… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Out with the old, in with…

After more than a year of construction and renovations, Vail Elementary School in Temecula officially celebrated the opening of its reworked campus with a grand re-opening Saturday, Jan. 11. The elementary school is one of the oldest in the Temecula… Read full article at The Valley News

State funding brings a new ‘pool’…

The long-awaited matching funds from the State of California for construction of Liberty High School has finally been committed to the Perris Union High School District, a district official said last week. Candace Reines, deputy superintendent of PUHSD, said the… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

DSUSD Students Engage School Nutrition Industry…

A local valley school district is partnering with a national association to bring healthier school meal options. The School Nutrition Association is hosting a School Nutrition Industry Conference from January 12-14, in Indian Wells. All local school districts are participating… Read full article at KMIR TV Palm Springs

Newsom’s budget includes $900 million to…

The final budget must be approved by the Legislature and will be updated in May. The governor expressed disappointment with student achievement levels, noting that Latino and black students continue to score on the low end of an unacceptable achievement… Read full article at Los Angeles Times