‘Drive 4 UR School’ coming to…

Blythe’s Larry Green Auto Group team will host another Ford Motor Company “Drive 4 UR School” benefit event Friday, Oct. 11, at the Twin Palm High School (TPHS) campus (811 W. Chanslor Way), from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Organizers… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Twin Palms names ‘Students of the…

Two students at Twin Palms High School (TPHS) were recognized the first week of October as Students of the Month. Earning the September distinction were Jose Ochoa and Trinity Fraizer, who were gifted Certificates of Achievement. Ochoa, a senior at… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Campus Life: Margaret White hosts ‘Student…

On Oct. 4, at Margaret White Elementary School (MWES) held an assembly where over 20 students were awarded Students of the Month certificates in grades TK-6th. With parents, teachers and friends gathered on the campus’ lawn, fourth grade students chanted… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Murrieta hosts high school students for…

Murrieta high school students spend the morning at two manufacturing facilities and hear a panel discussion about local manufacturing jobs at Murrieta’s business incubator for the city’s Manufacturing Day event Friday, Oct. 5. About 100 students from Murrieta Valley High… Read full article at The Valley News

Warm Springs Middle School 7th grader…

Nico Aguilar, a seventh-grade student at Murrieta Valley Unified School District’s Warm Springs Middle School was recognized during a Friday Flag Assembly at the school Sept. 27. Aguilar, a Hodgkin’s lymphoma patient, was awarded the school’s first Burning Flame Award… Read full article at The Valley News

Riverside County students show gains on…

RIVERSIDE — Riverside County students again showed slight gains on state standardized tests, although less than half of them met or exceeded the state standards in English and math, according to scores released today by the California Department of Education.The… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

STATE: LAUSD investigation finds academic misconduct with…

A Los Angeles Unified School District investigation into an allegation of academic misconduct involving a Harbor City Narbonne football player confirmed that a player on last year’s team was ineligible after Oct. 4 because he did not have a grade-point… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

STATE: Health benefit and proposed school start…

Teachers in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District haven’t yet agreed to a new employment contract, but if they accept the latest offer, it will include lower district contributions for healthcare than newly ratified contracts for support staff and top administrators.… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

STATE: Glendale Unified commits to challenge Sagebrush…

It took less than a week for the Glendale Unified School District to deliver a two-pronged response to a historic decision by the Los Angeles County Committee on School District Organization. Last Wednesday, the committee voted 6-3 to agree with… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

STATE: Modesto high school student diagnosed with…

Northern California health officials are checking students and staff at a Modesto high school for tuberculosis after a student was diagnosed with the disease, officials say. The student is receiving medical care for the illness and no longer poses a… Read full article at Los Angeles Times