SJUSD Native American council wants improved…

The San Jacinto Unified School District established a Native American Advisory Council as a way to increase the involvement of parents, caregivers and community members in the decision-making process that directly affects the College and Career Readiness of its Native… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle

“Super bloom” could soon be upon…

A "super bloom" could soon be upon us. All the recent rain storms after a year of drought could bring another season full of wildflowers. Visitors may be treated to a sea of purple and yellow all across the grounds… Read full article at KESQ News

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STEAM Unity Expo Attracts More Than…

More than 1000 students and parents heard from a distinguished alumna, a panel of young STEAM innovators, and experienced the excitement of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics on Saturday at MVUSD’s annual STEAM Unity Expo. The gym, quad, and… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

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Annual Science and Engineering Fair

February 2019 promises another banner year for budding scientists and engineers at MVUSD’s Annual Science and Engineering Fair, Friday, February 8, 2019 at 4:30pm (Activities) and 5:30om (Awards) at Bridges Learning Center on the corner of Cactus and Indian. On… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

Former Indio PTA President Charged with…

A court hearing is scheduled Monday for a former president and treasurer of an Indio elementary school PTA who allegedly embezzled more than $22,000 from the association. Danny Cervantes, 35, of Indio, is charged with grand theft for allegedly taking… Read full article at KMIR TV Palm Springs

Imperial County Board of Education official…

A member of the Imperial County Board of Education was charged with two felonies related to whether she lives where she claims, and therefore, whether she’s eligible to serve on the body. Annette Gonzalez Buttner was charged on Feb. 5… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Schools still await cannabis tax revenue…

California had $70 million in cannabis tax revenue through January, but Coachella Valley schools and others across the state have yet to see a dime in funding promised to youth education programs In July 2018, at the end of the… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Aztecs football to fly to Texas,…

Whether it's the movie, the TV show or the book, there's not too many high school football fans who haven't been drawn in by "Friday Night Lights." Next season, a new chapter in the saga of Texas high school football… Read full article at The Desert Sun

students jump above Norte Vista High School Reaches Higher tarp on school campus

Riverside students ‘Reach Higher,’ campaign for…

Michelle Obama said to reach higher. So Norte Vista High School in Riverside is reaching for a visit from the former first lady. Inspired by Obama’s “Reach Higher” initiative, which encourages students to attend college or professional training after high… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

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Special Education students have a van…

A new van is helping adult Special Education students enjoy greater independence and more vocational and life skills training. Their teacher Jeanne Riddle says the van is shuttling her students to local businesses for job shadowing, to grocery stores and… Read full article at Record Gazette