STATE: Letter grades? Pass/no pass? A’s for…

As school communities embrace distance learning, districts are now trying to figure out how to fairly grade students for the rest of the semester while their campuses are closed and they get instruction online. Read full article at EdSource

Coronavirus cuts chance for high school…

“I mean, it’s a difference between DI and now community college,” said Rancho Mirage softball coach Jeremy Ogden. With the spring sports season cancelled due to coronavirus, the impact on high school athletes could last for years to come. Read full article at KESQ News

Coronavirus: 3 valley superintendents to discuss…

How local schools are handling the transition to online learning amid the coronavirus pandemic will be among the discussion topics during a free webinar scheduled Wednesday morning that will feature superintendents from three Coachella Valley school districts. The panel discussion… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Coronavirus: 3 Southland universities get more…

Colleges and universities across the country received anywhere from hundreds of dollars to tens of millions of dollars from the federal government Tuesday, April 21, to help students who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic — and a few… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Heritage football assistant Contreras named head…

Adam Contreras, an assistant coach to Heritage High School varsity football coach Kraig Broach the last six seasons, has been named Broach’s successor as head coach of the Patriots. The announcement was made on the Heritage High football Twitter page… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

Excelsior Charter’s Jesse Vasquez, a four-time…

Excelsior Charter wrestler Jesse Vasquez, a four-time state champion, announced Saturday night that he will attend Arizona State. “Enough time has passed, and I have finally made a decision that you all have been waiting patiently for!” Vasquez, a senior,… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

PVC adjust amid COVID-19, install drop…

With Palo Verde College's (PVC) announced campus closure now running through June 19 – in accordance with ongoing COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) public health and safety mandates – leadership have strategized and adjusted toward ensuring that students continue their higher education… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Doctors shelter at UC Riverside Extension…

Going home isn’t safe, so doctors are going back to something like the dorm lifestyle. Doctors and other health care workers are now living rent-free at UC Riverside’s Extension building to avoid spreading the novel coronavirus to their families and… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

From Skyland Ranch to virtual connections,…

Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council has shifted to virtual programming, at least for now, but looks forward to getting youth back to camp. Since 2016, Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council has been offering youth the opportunity to connect… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise