Board to be elected by trustee…

Amid concerns about dividing communities and creating turf wars, Corona-Norco school board members Tuesday, Dec. 10, narrowly approved a map splitting the district into five trustee areas. The board voted 3-2 for a map that keeps the cities of Norco… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Michele Borba

Schools: Safety speaker says bullying led…

School bullying has led to incidents of school violence across the nation, said the speaker at the Riverside County Safe Schools Summit. More than 300 educators, mental health professionals, parents and members of law enforcement attended the summit Dec. 4… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

winner of the Corona-Norco USD spelling bee

Eighth-grader wins school district spelling bee

After 20 rounds of challenging competition and nerve-wracking moments, Corona Fundamental Intermediate eighth-grader Keerthana Sivathasan emerged as the winner of the Corona-Norco Unified School District spelling bee competition. This marks Keerthana’s third consecutive district-wide spelling bee win. The runner up… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

eighth grade student Sheldon McGargill

Christmas tree pickup could help local…

Sheldon McGargill has big plans for the summer of 2014. The Rancho Viejo Middle School eighth grader is currently working hard to raise money to travel abroad to several European locations. The trip would be a part of the People… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle

Academy nominees named

Rep. Ken Calvert, R-Corona, announced the names of the students he nominated to attend the U.S. service academies. “These young men and women who I have nominated to the service academies have character, integrity, motivation and pride, and I am… Read full article at source

STATE: California schools fear losing millions for…

Major California school districts fear they will be shortchanged millions of dollars in funding for their low-income students under new state rules requiring them to verify family incomes every year. Officials in Los Angeles, San Diego, Fresno and elsewhere are… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

Vick Knight

Hunneman: Southwest County icon Vick Knight…

He was man for all seasons, always with a sparkle in his eyes, a bounce in his step, and good word for all. Vick Knight, author, educator, wine expert, newspaper columnist, Santa Claus, baseball fan, loyal Trojan, husband, father and… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Hemet: Council, school board to choose…

Hemet’s City Council and school board are expected to get new leaders at separate meetings on Tuesday, Dec. 10. Robert Youssef is completing his second consecutive term as Hemet’s mayor and Marilyn Forst is finishing her third term as board… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Felix Ruiz and Sunny Song

October Palo Verde School District Students…

BLYTHE - Palo Verde Unified School District Board of Trustees recently recognized Sonny Song and Felix Ruiz as October District Elementary and Secondary Students of the Month, respectively. According to Margaret White Elementary School Principal Dr. Chris Nugent, Sonny came… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Counselor Williams with Valley View High students

Valley View Counselor Wins National Award

Maira Peña is on the path to college because of her counselor, David Williams. “Since I will be the first of my family to ever go to a university, I did not have anyone to help with anything related to… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise