ere are the first four weeks’…

The Riverside County Office of Education has announced winners in the first four categories of its six-week Art Connects, a virtual student arts competition. Each week of the competition features a different art form, with poetry in the first week,… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Desert Sands Unified School District accepting…

The Desert Sands Unified School District is now accepting applications for new students in the early childhood education program. The two programs available are Head Start and the California State Preschool Program. Read full article at KESQ News

PUHSD announces virtual graduation; protest planned

Grant Bennett knew the public backlash that would result from a decision he said no one in the administration of Perris Union High School District wanted to make. “This is not what we wanted to do,” said Bennett, superintendent of… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

TEACHERS SAY THEY ARE NOT PREPARED…

A July Start date for California schools is just a proposal at this point, nothing is set in stone. NBC Palm Springs spoke to local teachers unions who say opening early would be a bad idea and they are not… Read full article at KMIR TV Palm Springs

College of the Desert to go…

College of the Desert's summer and fall session courses will be completed online through distance learning, the school announced Friday. The college made this announcement given the present health and safety restrictions in Riverside County. All College of the Desert… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Yucca Valley High looking for new…

Yucca Valley High School won an outright league football title last season for the first time in 21 years. But the football program will start over this season with a new coach — its fourth in four years — after… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Riverside Notre Dame seniors parade —…

Notre Dame seniors paraded in front of their school Friday, May 1, driving cars decorated to represent their college or career choice and waving to school staff who applauded their achievements. The celebration — designed to comply with social distancing… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Outschool.com offering classes for kids and…

With kids stuck at home, some families are turning to Outschool.com, an online resource offering more than 10,000 classes. The site is helping local families and teachers during quarantine. Read full article at KESQ News

Banning announces its next superintendent

Banning Superintendent Robert Guillen is on the cusp of his retirement next month. The district has named Natasha Baker to succeed him. Baker has 20 years of experience in public education and has served as a teacher, principal, chief academic… Read full article at Record Gazette

Stay home, stay safe: Riverside student…

Christian Green and Caleb Green, both students in Riverside Unified School District, have been home for more than 40 days. Christian is a seventh grader at Amelia Earhart Middle School and Caleb Green in the third grade at John F.… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise