Moreno Valley parents seek solutions to…

Moreno Valley school officials turned to parents and the community for help Thursday night, Oct. 3, after being accused of failing to prevent bullying and allegations that inaction may have contributed to the death of a middle school boy. Administrators… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

These Inland Empire students received a…

About 500 Inland students caught a glimpse of life as a manufacturing professional Friday, Oct. 4, at a National Manufacturing Day summit at Chaffey College’s Industrial Technical Learning Center in Fontana. Employers with California Steel Industries, Garner Holt, Crown Technical… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

The homecoming queen is a football…

Samantha Segura-Veliz joined the Elsinore High School football team two years ago. As the only female on the field she worked hard to prove herself and as an offensive guard and defensive end she has done that. On Sept. 27,… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Mom Claims Five-Year-Old Autistic Son Returns…

A mother in Desert Hot Springs is trying to find answers after her five-year-old autistic child came home from Bubbling Wells Elementary School with two black-eyes. Crystal Rivas said her child Heath Rivas did not leave home with the bruises,… Read full article at KMIR TV Palm Springs

Football takes backseat as Rancho Mirage,…

A football game was played Friday night at La Quinta High School, but in many ways it was so much more. The focus by both the visiting Rancho Mirage team and host Blackhawks was on hospitalized Rattlers linebacker Israel "Izzy"… Read full article at The Desert Sun

HUSD schools implement ‘no cellphone’ policy

Asking students to give up their cell phones is not a pleasant experience. Adults anticipate the negotiating, whines and eye rolls as they utter those dreaded words. However, educators are not receiving these responses at two schools in Hemet Unified… Read full article at The Valley News

Energized and audacious, Nicolet newcomer will…

Nicolet Middle School’s new principal Veronica Rodriguez is on a mission to change how the community perceives education. That includes disrupting the norm, making the educational experience relevant and interesting, and insisting that one-size-fits-all educational procedures cannot be applied neatly… Read full article at Record Gazette

This Riverside teacher knew acting was…

Sandra Ford knew that she wanted to act from the moment she could stand in front of people. “I think I just always loved pretending to be somebody else,” said the longtime Riverside resident. “I was in my first school… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

12-year-old girl to face charges in…

A 12-year-old girl will face charges in a fight captured on video in a classroom at Sunnymead Middle School in Moreno Valley, less than one month after a boy at another middle school in the school district died after authorities… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

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Riverside conference marks 20 years of…

There was talk of electrons, fiber optics and fossils. Discussions also centered on liquid nitrogen, neon gas and matter. For the 20th year, such topics took center stage at the Science & Technology Education Partnership Conference, hosted at the Bourns… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise