With more special education students each…

For the past several years, Coachella Valley Unified, Desert Sands Unified and Palm Springs Unified have each seen higher enrollment in special education, while overall enrollment has decreased. As this trend is expected to continue, districts are looking for ways… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Paloma Valley NJROTC wins Area meet,…

The Paloma Valley High School NJROTC unit continued its tradition of excellence with its best-ever performance Feb. 24, placing first in the Area 11 Field Meet, otherwise known as the NJROTC Super Bowl. Competing against 16 other school units from… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

Bear Valley Elementary School Promotes Healthy…

MVUSD cares about community health and wellness and that is why events such as Bear Valley Elementary School's 2nd Annual Family Sports Night on Thursday evening are so important. About 150 students and family members attended this fun night of… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

Aisha looks down as she stands and spells word on stage

Corona student ties record with third…

Aisha Randhawa is used to winning the Riverside County Spelling Bee, but not to working so hard. The 12-year-old seventh-grader at Corona’s Auburndale Intermediate School correctly spelled “bulbul” in round 29 of a three-hour-plus bee to win her third consecutive… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Teachers at PVHS file administrative complaints

During the month of February, several complaints have been filed by teachers working at the Palo Verde Valley High School, in response to allegedly working in a hostile environment and being intimidated by administrators. With former Vice Principal Chris Burton… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Santa Rosa Academy announces annual lottery

MENIFEE – As part of Santa Rosa Academy’s move to hold their annual lottery 18 months before the start of school, they will be holding their 2019-2020 school year lottery March 2. “By holding our lottery early, we will be… Read full article at The Valley News

STATE: Anaheim Ducks take over science lessons…

ANAHEIM — Students screamed, bowling balls swung through the air and Ducks skated as more than 16,000 elementary students in third through sixth grade gathered at the Honda Center on Wednesday, Feb. 28. More than 170 schools sent their students… Read full article at OC Register

NATIONAL: Two weeks after the bloodshed, classes…

For Isabela Barry, it was time. After two weeks of tears, vigils and funerals — reliving her and her classmates’ ordeal when a gunman rampaged through their school, killing one of her best friends — the 16-year-old was ready to… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

STATE: Forecast for California school climates remains…

California has entered an era in which safe, welcoming and inclusive school environments are seen as key to unlocking better test scores, higher graduation rates, fewer suspensions and drops in chronic absenteeism. But not nearly enough is being done to… Read full article at EdSource