SJUSD holds annual spelling bee

SAN JACINTO – San Jacinto Unified School District held their annual district spelling bee Jan. 30, in preparation of sending a champion to the Riverside County spelling bee, March 24, at the Moreno Valley Conference and Recreation Center. Temo “Ethan”… Read full article at The Valley News

Chaparral High School NJROTC raises scholarship…

TEMECULA – Chaparral High Schools Naval JROTC hosted an all color guard drill meet Saturday, Jan. 25, in memory of fallen sailor Petty Officer 1st Class Carlos Sibayan. He was an alumnus of Chaparral, who was killed on the USS… Read full article at The Valley News

Riverside County schools pitch $492 million…

Voters in three Riverside County public school districts will be asked to vote on school bonds in the Tuesday, March 3, election. If all three are approved, $492 million in money for local school districts could be raised. Aging schools… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Rio Vista Elementary students complete reading…

Many Rio Vista Elementary School students and their families will be watching the cars race around the track in Fontana later this month after the school was victorious for the sixth time in having 100 percent participation in an area… Read full article at The Desert Sun

$10,000 gift to cover school lunch…

Fresh n’ Lean recently contributed $10,000 to the Riverside Unified School District’s nutrition services department to cover unpaid lunch debt for 90 students. The contribution is part of the company’s #freshstart campaign. The school district’s nutrition services department provides healthy… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Chaparral High School NJROTC raises scholarship…

TEMECULA – Chaparral High Schools Naval JROTC hosted an all color guard drill meet Saturday, Jan. 25, in memory of fallen sailor Petty Officer 1st Class Carlos Sibayan. He was an alumnus of Chaparral, who was killed on the USS… Read full article at The Valley News

Riverside County schools pitch $492 million…

Voters in three Riverside County public school districts will be asked to vote on school bonds in the Tuesday, March 3, election. If all three are approved, $492 million in money for local school districts could be raised. Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Metals help Central School students nail…

A couple of budding scientists at Central Elementary School in Banning performed tests with substances on corroded iron, and garnered top honors in the group division of the Banning school district’s annual science fair. Essentially, fourth-graders and professed best friends… Read full article at Record Gazette

Paloma Valley boys, girls wrestlers advance…

Members of the boys and girls wrestling teams from Paloma Valley High School continued their postseason success Saturday, with several individuals advancing to the next tournament. Five members of the boys team placed at the CIF-SS Eastern Division Individual Meet… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

UC audit prompted by scandal finds…

The University of California is rolling out additional reforms of its admissions process after finding significant problems in how campuses track decisions to admit athletes, artists and students who do not meet minimum UC eligibility requirements, according to a review… Read full article at Los Angeles Times