TVUSD board receives presentation on accountability…

The Temecula Valley Unified School District governing board received a report on its Local Control Accountability Plan survey, which was open from September through November 2019. Survey respondents, which included parents, students, staff and community members, gave the district feedback… Read full article at The Valley News

Native American curriculum launches in PSUSD…

Eighteen third graders sat cross-legged on the floor of their classroom at Sunny Sands Elementary School in Cathedral City on Friday, giving their teacher, Ramona Frost, their full attention. They were reviewing some of what they had learned about the… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Cal Baptist University sophomore’s title role…

Joy Bennett grew up with four siblings who she said are all creative and dramatic. What she called an “imaginative playing pretend energy” had always been a part of her life. “Theater has been the most effective use of that… Read full article at

New campus approved for San Bernardino…

Norton Science and Language Academy is getting a new campus on Waterman Avenue in San Bernardino. The Spanish-English dual immersion charter school serves more than 800 students from 20 school districts across Southern California. City leaders on Wednesday, Feb. 6,… Read full article at

Injured Hemet teen wins $25.6 million…

A jury Thursday, Feb. 6, awarded $25.6 million to the family of a Hemet high school student severely injured when he was struck by a truck in a crosswalk. The family of Nick Tusant sued the city and the driver… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

PVUSD honors Student of the Month:…

The Palo Verde Unified School District (PVUSD) Board of Trustees recognized Palo Verde High School (PVHS) Class of 2020 Yellow Jacket senior Chase Schriner with the January Student of the Month distinction. As presented by PVHS Principal Rachel Angel to… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Pirates fall to College of the…

On Jan. 29, the Palo Verde College (PVC) Pirates home team fell to the visiting College of the Desert Roadrunners 96-85 at the Clancy Osborne Physical Education gymnasium. Before tip-off, teams and attendees observed a moment of silence in memory… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

CSUSB Professor Brian Levin to be…

For more than three decades, Cal State San Bernardino professor Brian Levin has been doing more than just keeping an eye on people who inflict some of the worst harm humans wreak on each other. He takes his original and… Read full article at Record Gazette

PUHSD officials receive input on Liberty…

Menifee residents expressed their concerns and asked questions of Perris Union High School District officials Tuesday night in a Town Hall meeting about proposed boundaries for the new high school that will serve the Menifee community. About 60 people gathered… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

Palm Springs Unified School District hopes…

Palm Springs Unified School District kicked off its “Read to Me! Any Age! Any Stage!” program in January with assemblies at Bubbling Wells Elementary School at which Principal Jennifer Geyer read aloud to students before they each received an age-appropriate… Read full article at