Adult School Principal

Moreno Valley eyes adult education’s future

School districts and community colleges statewide plan to form a consortium to find better ways of delivering adult education, said Jesus Holguin, a Moreno Valley school board member and vice president of the California School Boards Association. Holguin updated the… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Teens’ suicide prevention video honored

A suicide prevention video made by students in the TV/ Video Digital Media Production class as part of the Banning High School Academy of Business and Technology was selected as first place winner for a four-county area in a contest.… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Two win Gates Millennium scholarships

Riverside Unified School District is home to two distinguished Gates Millennium scholars, Anthony Calvillo of King High and Karen Figueroa of Ramona High. Both are students in the district’s AVID college-preparation program. Calvillo also participated in the Project Lead the… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Lori Fox and Kenneth Young

DeAnza Elementary School teacher is a…

Second-grade teacher Lori Fox at DeAnza Elementary School in the San Jacinto Unified School District received a surprise visit Monday morning—Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Kenneth Young came to announce that Fox is one of four Riverside County Teachers of… Read full article at SWRNN

Temecula Valley Foundation for Excellence in…

The Temecula Valley Foundation for Excellence in Education (TVFEE) is pleased to announce that, based on student demand, additional classes have been added to its summer school enrichment schedule: Physical Education and American Sign  Language (ASL). Additionally, 11th grade students… Read full article at SWRNN

Desert Sands USD teachers heading to meeting with signs

Desert Sands Unified teachers seek to…

LA QUINTA — At least 300 protesters descended on a Desert Sands Unified school board meeting on Tuesday night, chanting for the school district to settle prolonged negotiations with the teachers union. The group carried signs and a few teachers… Read full article at The Desert Sun

STATE: California drops a notch in public…

California slipped a notch in spending per public school pupil in 2011, falling to 35th among states in a year that marked the first overall drop across the nation in nearly four decades, the U.S. Census Bureau reported Tuesday. The… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

Temecula Valley High bleachers

Sports fields top priorities for bond

The Temecula Valley Unified School District will move forward with all-weather tracks and fields at two high schools, the school board agreed at a special meeting Monday, May 20. LIAM M. TRUCHARD/STAFF PHOTO The board’s decision, which came after more… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

EMWD Board President & GM with winning students

Water district poster contest finalists named

A number of grade-school students from across the region were honored for their outstanding artwork that showed the importance of water and conservation. It was part of the annual student poster contest presented by Eastern Municipal Water District in partnership… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Riverside: Adult school supporters plead to…

Riverside Adult School office assistant Debbie Dodough tells the students she registers they can do whatever you want if they put their minds to it. Most haven’t been very successful in school, and Dodough said she particularly enjoys Cal Works… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise