City Offers Students Stipends

The City of Moreno Valley is partnering with Moreno Valley College to offer students a monthly stipend to help them stay in school. Starting this fall, “MoVaLEARNS – Mayor’s Challenge” will provide Moreno Valley College Career and Technical Education (CTE)… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

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For Glen View and 21st Century…

Glen View High School celebrated its commencement ceremony June 5 with the highest number of graduates — 91 — in the alternative education high school’s history. The 21st Century Learning Institute graduated 23 students that same evening inside the Don… Read full article at Record Gazette

Here’s where kids can get free…

Economics professors and sandwich shop owners can agree: There’s no such thing as a free lunch. But for teens and children in Riverside County, it’s real, and it’s here most of summer vacation. The annual Summer Meals Program, which gives… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

After Norco College president put on…

Norco College President Bryan Reece was put on administrative leave Monday, June 10, and more than 100 supporters rallied for his return at a Tuesday night, June 11, meeting at which the board was to vote on whether to terminate… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

PVC honors 2019 graduates, pioneers: Ceremony…

On June 8, with friends, families, neighbors and visiting dignitaries in attendance, the Palo Verde College (PVC) Class of 2019 came together at the campus Clancy Osborne building to be recognized, graduate and bid farewell as they move toward their… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Coachella Valley high school wins fourth…

LA QUINTA, Calif. - On Saturday June 8, My Thai restaurant in La Quinta donated thousands of dollars to local high schools during a spicy noodle challenge. Coachella Valley high school junior Jose Casillas won the spicy noodle challenge and… Read full article at KESQ News

Student tests positive for TB at…

An Indio student has tested positive for tuberculosis, Riverside County health officials said on Monday, and as many as 400 students and staff members may have been exposed to the airborne disease. The student attended Shadow Hills High School in… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Palm Springs Unified offering free summer…

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - Palm Springs Unified School District officials are sponsoring a program to provide free meals for children throughout the Coachella Valley during the summer, beginning today. The Summer Food Service Program was set to provide free meals… Read full article at KESQ News

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Indio High School’s Class of 2019…

Indio High School's Class of 2019 turned their tassels Friday night at their commencement ceremony where 441 graduating seniors received their diplomas.The graduation took place at the Ed White Stadium at 7:30 p.m. The night consisted of an introduction by… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Hemet dual immersion charter school OK’d…

A charter school in Hemet offering immersion in English and Spanish is set to open this August, over the objections of the California Teachers Association and leaders of Hemet Unified and other area school districts. The campus will be run… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise