San Bernardino County schools will stay…

The closures of San Bernardino County public schools will extend through May 1 because of the novel coronavirus outbreak. San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Ted Alejandre made the announcement Thursday afternoon, March 19. He collaborated with school district superintendents… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Grab-and-go and drive-up allow families to…

Many districts across California were getting used to a new normal this week of closed schools and delivering lunch and breakfast to students who are normally fed in their schools. With nearly all districts shutdown to stem the spread of… Read full article at EdSource

University of California retreats from tuition…

Declaring that it would be unseemly to raise tuition during the current national health emergency, leaders of the ten-campus University of California system on Wednesday withdrew their proposal to increase costs for the next five incoming freshmen classes. However, the… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: Nearly all California K-12 districts closed…

Even without a statewide mandate, nearly every district in California is closing its doors this week to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Now, the few mostly rural districts that remain open are figuring out how to move in that direction. Read full article at EdSource

California school districts learn more about…

Gov. Gavin Newsom advised school districts on Tuesday that they should expect to be closed the rest of the school year. On Wednesday, educators began Day 1 of that new and, for some, shocking reality with a 75-minute webinar led… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: California school districts learn more about…

Gov. Gavin Newsom advised school districts on Tuesday that they should expect to be closed the rest of the school year. On Wednesday, educators began Day 1 of that new and, for some, shocking reality with a 75-minute webinar led… Read full article at EdSource

California child care providers call for…

As schools and businesses close across California to try to stop the spread of the coronavirus, child care providers are calling on Gov. Gavin Newsom to provide emergency support to stay in business during the coronavirus pandemic. Organizations representing both… Read full article at EdSource

All community colleges in California suspending…

All of California’s 114 community colleges have decided to suspend many of their in-person classes as part of an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Plans vary by college, with some moving all of their courses to remote… Read full article at EdSource

COULD ONLINE SCHOOL BECOME THE NEW…

Health officials have extended school closures until April 30th in Riverside County. That reality is making online school a more urgent option for teachers across the valley. “We’re all doing distance learning and the students are adapting really well the… Read full article at KMIR TV Palm Springs

PVUSD mourns passing of late Superintendent…

On March 13, Palo Verde Unified School District (PVUSD) announced the passing of late Superintendent Dr. Charles Bush to the Palo Verde Valley community. “So it seems the month of March brings much sadness and grief to our little town,… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times