CSUSB announces new associate vice president…

Following a national search, Rachel Beech, currently the assistant vice president of Admissions, Outreach and Transition in the Division of Student Affairs at Cal State San Bernardino, has been appointed the university’s associate vice president for Enrollment Management. She will… Read full article at Record Gazette

Martin Van Buren Elementary students looking at fire truck

My career day experience: Firetruck envy,…

As I drove toward Martin Van Buren Elementary School in Indio for its annual career day, I was pretty excited to show them the three newspapers I brought and tell them how exhilarating it is to be a journalist. "I… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Shekinah Edwards

La Quinta senior Shekinah Edwards sprinting…

As the La Quinta High School track and field team made its annual run toward a Desert Empire League track championship, senior Shekinah Edwards was not present to smile and sweat with her former teammates. A few weeks earlier, Edwards… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Desert area graduate in gown holding medals

A dozen Coachella Valley valedictorians. Each…

When Maria Selene Castillo, 17, feels nervous she fiddles with the pendant at the end of her necklace, a gift from her uncle. Growing up, Castillo says, her uncle always provided the emotional support. Castillo remembers the phone conversations after… Read full article at The Desert Sun

health care scholarship winners

Local students awarded health care scholarships

Twenty-five students planning careers in the health care industry received scholarship awards Thursday from the Menifee Valley Medical Center Auxiliary. The ceremony was held at the Medical Center, located on McCall Boulevard in Menifee. Funded by grants and donations, the… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

Superintendent Judy White with Brenda Barreras

Here are Riverside County’s four top…

Palms Elementary School’s library bustled with excitement as it filled with teachers and parents. For them — and for one of Riverside County’s 2020 Teachers of the Year — this was a weekly meeting for parents of English-learners. But once… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Congrats, Class of 2019! Look at…

Graduation season is finally upon us and that means years of hard work, test-taking, sleepless nights, traveling, sports competitions and emotional fortitude have led graduates to an opportunity to embark on life after school. Parents, guardians, family and staff are… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Hemet, San Jacinto Students of the Year

Hemet, San Jacinto school districts name…

Each month from September through March, seniors from San Jacinto Unified School District high schools are singled out for demonstrating character, integrity, love of learning, involvement in school activities, athletics and community service. Students who have overcome challenging life circumstances… Read full article at The Valley News

Top Scholar Mario Joya & Mr. Enriquez

Students from alternative and continuation high…

RIVERSIDE – The Riverside County Board of Education honored 40 students from 26 alternative and continuation schools in the county who have seized their second chance at education and excelled in order to earn the title of Top Scholar and… Read full article at The Valley News

Jennifer Aynesworth, principal of Alamos Elementary School, and Shawn Dauble

Local scholarship foundation celebrates 32 years…

TEMECULA – Temecula Dollars for Scholars, a local nonprofit which provides scholarships to qualified graduating seniors in the Temecula Valley Unified School District, hosted its annual Community Awards Night Monday, May 13, in the Golden Bear Theater at Temecula Valley… Read full article at The Valley News