Springs Charter Schools opens new center…

Springs Charter Schools has opened its Enterprise Resource Center in Temecula in what was once Mt. San Jacinto College’s Temecula Education Complex. The facility is at 27447 Enterprise Circle West. Students with Springs’ KEYS College and Career Prep program already… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Jada Tiggett and Thorin Johnson pose with Sportsman Club Officer Greg Carlin Hemet USD Board Room

Hemet-area group’s Athletes of the Year…

These two middle school students aren’t just star athletes. They’re also great students. Hemet/San Jacinto Valley League officials recognized Diamond Valley Middle School eighth grader Jada Tiggett for helping the girls’ volleyball and basketball teams at the Hemet school win… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Record breaking College of the Desert…

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. - College of the Desert celebrated their record-breaking graduating class of more than 1,500 degrees and certifications Friday night. Some of those graduates attended COD for free, as plEDGE students, which is a program local, eligible high… Read full article at KESQ News

Walk to the Podium

Last November, Grandma's Heart, a non-profit organization was founded. Grandma's Heart provides mentors such as doctors, motivational speakers and people of the community to influence the next generation. Adopting the idea from African Proverbs that says it takes a village… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

College of the Desert is building…

Paying for college isn’t easy, and neither is staying enrolled, but College of the Desert has changed that dynamic for thousands of local students with its tuition-free plEDGE program. When the initiative debuted in 2017, it was groundbreaking: tuition-free community… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Peeden declared winner in special election…

In final results released Thursday, May 23, for the special election to fill a vacant board seat, Peeden, 37, a student mentor and youth policy advocate, was declared the winner in a five-way contest. He received 770 votes, 36.3% of… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

$1.19 million grant to help teach…

A $1.19 million grant will bring lessons about air pollution to over 2,000 Riverside high school students as early as next year. Riverside Unified School District teachers will collaborate with the UC Riverside Center for Environmental Research & Technology to… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

CVUSD holds meeting following incident of…

A board meeting for the Coachella Valley Unified School District was scheduled Thursday night. Some parents and employees raised concerns over a 4-year-old special needs student who was left in a school vehicle ”unattended” for more than four hours on… Read full article at KESQ News

Temecula to offer Youth Emergency Preparedness…

TEMECULA – The city of Temecula, in collaboration with Federal Emergency Management Agency, will present the city’s second annual Youth Emergency Preparedness Program, Thursday, July 18, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Emergency Operations Center, 41000 Main St.,… Read full article at The Valley News