Apparent Ammunition Found at James Monroe…

Apparent ammunition was found by a group of students at James Monroe Elementary School in Bermuda Dunes on Thursday, but there was no threat to the student body and it is believed to be an isolated incident, according to Mary… Read full article at KESQ News

DSUSD Science and Engineering Fair 2020

DSUSD celebrated its annual District Science and Engineering Fair on January 22-23, 2020 at the Taj Mahal (Date Festival Fairgrounds) in Indio. Students, parents, teachers, and administrators were in attendance to cheer on our young innovators and scientists. School Board… Read full article at Uken Report

Beaumont schools could receive $98 million…

In the upcoming March primary election, Beaumont-area voters will decide whether Beaumont Unified School District can sell bonds up to $98 million to renovate, upgrade and repair aging infrastructure and construct buildings, classrooms, and school labs. The ballot measure, “Measure… Read full article at Record Gazette

STATE: Cal State San Marcos audit shows…

SAN DIEGO — A former Cal State San Marcos dean submitted dozens of fraudulent hospitality claims, filed duplicate expense reports and made up dinner guests to collect improper reimbursements, a long-awaited investigation released Thursday concludes. On one day he attended… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

Newport-Mesa school district adopts contract for…

With a 3.5% raise at their fingertips, teachers in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District still aren’t too happy. Some members of the Newport-Mesa Federation of Teachers — the union that represents approximately 1,000 teachers, school nurses, psychologists, counselors, social workers,… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

Two-thirds of California students didn’t meet…

Adults who took high school biology might remember a lecture on cell structure, then a test asking to identify its parts, plus an assignment to build a cell, perhaps with papier mâché and dry macaroni. Today, California students are supposed… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

Inland Empire Big Brothers Big Sisters…

Since opening its Inland Empire office five years ago, Big Brothers Big Sisters has grown rapidly — 16% year-over-year. This year the program has more than 1,700 active matches of adult mentors and children. It has also grown from a… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Liberty High boundaries established south of…

The attendance boundaries for the new Liberty High School have been established as the area south of Newport Road and east of the 215 Freeway. That decision was made official on Wednesday in a 4-1 approval by members of the… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

Suspect in King High threat served…

The man arrested by Riverside police after posting a social media video that called Martin Luther King High School “ground zero” served about six years in prison for a 2007 Rialto shooting that left a man wounded, according to court… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Mt. San Jacinto College helps high…

The School of Nursing and Allied Health hosted the 4th annual Health Occupations Discovery Camp in January at the Menifee Valley Campus. More than 200 high school students learned from about 60 MSJC nursing students in the two-day event that… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise