This San Bernardino nonprofit supports students…

A nonprofit organization supports the success of San Bernardino City Unified School District studentsand their future as local leaders. A community and educational alliance that was founded in 1986 was relaunched as the Making Hope Happen Foundation in 2016 with… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

City, school district, sheriff’s department partner…

Temecula residents were invited to participate in civilian response to active shooter training Oct. 23. Dozens of community members filed into Temecula Valley High School’s Golden Bear Theater to take part in the training, which was co-sponsored by the city… Read full article at The Valley News

Cathedral City High School homecoming parade…

Cathedral City High School celebrated homecoming on Thursday with a downtown parade. The parade featured the football team, marching band, cheerleaders and choir. It started at Cathedral Canyon Drive and Perez Road before finishing on Pickfair Street. The Lions will… Read full article at The Desert Sun

John Dahl, longtime Moreno Valley High…

John Dahl, one of the most respected and successful coaches in the history of the Inland Empire, died Oct. 12, according to social media posts from his family and coaching colleagues. He was 72. Dahl coached the boys basketball team… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

This vending machine at Kimbark Elementary…

A boy steps to a vending machine 10 times his size at Kimbark Elementary School in San Bernardino and inserts a coin. After punching in a two-digit code, the coils securing 6-year-old Koa Smith’s prize retract. Norm Feuti’s 2019 children’s… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Riverside deaf school science teacher wins…

A science teacher at California School for the Deaf, Riverside, has won a national award. Elizabeth Henderson was chosen as a winner of the Presidential Awards of Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching for her science instruction, a deaf school… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

INSPECTIONS BEGIN AT JAMES MONROE ELEMENTARY…

Coming off a tornado of questions and concern from parents at James Madison Elementary School, the school district might have to repeat the process again. Starting Wednesday, inspectors are testing James Monroe Elementary School after James Madison, a different elementary… Read full article at KMIR TV Palm Springs

PVC ‘Pirates Chest’ serves 64 students…

On Oct. 15, the Palo Verde College (PVC) hunger and food insecurity abatement program continued the campus’ mission toward providing registered students in need with free ­— at no cost — groceries. The Pirates Chest meal distribution program, which also… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

PVUSD presents Sept. ‘Students of the…

On Oct. 15, Palo Verde Unified School District (PVUSD) recognized Andria Covarrubias and Alejandro Lee with Students of the Month distinctions. Presented before the PVUSD Board of Trustees, Covarrubias’ and Lee’s accomplishments, good character traits and dreams of future success… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Campus Life: 100+ Margaret White students…

On Oct. 18, Margaret White Elementary School (MWES) recognized over 100 students in grades TK through 6th for earning perfect attendance during the month of September. At 8:30 a.m., parents and younger siblings scrolled in through the school’s gates and… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times