Cathedral City High film class

Digicom film fest attracts more students

PALM SPRINGS – When the Digicom Film Festival pulls back the curtains for the sixth time on Tuesday night, it will do so with a grander scope than ever before — with more student films to show, more scholarships to… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Students advance to National History Day

Seven Riverside County students and four from Fontana advanced to the National History Day competition June 15-19 at the University of Maryland. Riverside County students are Nickolas Beam, Koharu Abe, Hannah Terao, Haley Hocking and Rachel Priebe, all from Riverside… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

TVUSD

Great Oak, Chaparral and Temecula Valley…

When it comes to quality public eduction for Temecula high school students, the local school district ranks well, according to a new report. According to U.S. News and World Report's annual list of the best schools, three local schools received… Read full article at Patch.com

area home construction

homes spark need for new school

The Jurupa school board will discuss Monday, May 5, how to raise money to build a new elementary school on the city’s western edge. The board may form three community facilities districts to pay for a school to educate children… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Chaparral High School

Temecula: School district sues county after…

The Temecula Valley School District has sued Riverside County and the Sheriff’s Department in connection with an ongoing lawsuit by a student who was arrested in an undercover school drug bust. The teen, who is autistic, sued the district in… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

La Sierra High School drama students

La Sierra drama back to school

La Sierra High School drama students went back to elementary school this week. Students took their talents to six Alvord Unified School District campuses as part of its 30th annual Children’s Touring Show. Students in intermediate and advanced drama classes… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

teacher's lectern

Hemet: King Herold’s iconic lectern to…

Hemet High retired teacher Rich Herold was surprised and delighted that his old, sticker-covered lectern will be a popular raffle item May 21 at Stadium Pizza in San Jacinto. It will be a main prize in a drive to raise… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

student and teacher, different race

NATIONAL: Map: The student-teacher diversity gap is…

Teachers and students are increasingly looking less like each other. The divide between the share of teachers of color and the share of students of color grew by 3 percentage points over as many years, according to a new report… Read full article at The Washington Post

Coachella Valley High classroom

CVUSD proposes raises for teachers

THERMAL – The Coachella Valley Unified School District, which recently approved mass layoffs in what was described as an effort to avoid bankruptcy, has offered a 5 percent raise to its remaining teachers. The raise carries an annual cost of… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Director Bret Cherland works with student actors

Hemet: Students bring theater magic to…

Hemet High sophomore Evan Wallace still recalls seeing a stage production of “Charlotte’s Web” when he was about 6. “My mom used to read the book to me and seeing how it all seemed to come to life was amazing,”… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise