Adam Houston

District board honors outgoing student trustee…

On May 21, Palo Verde Unified School District’s (PVUSD) Board of Trustees took a moment to recognize their outgoing 2018-2019 Student Governing Board Member Adam Houston. As presented by PVUSD Superintendent Dr. Charles Bush, Houston was recognized in front of… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

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PVUSD honors May 2019 Student of…

Presented by Felix J. Appleby Elementary School Principal Karina De La Peña, the Elementary Student of the Month was announced to the Palo Verde Unified School District (PVUSD) Board of Trustees at their May 21 regular meeting as 8th grader… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

2 students from the Inland Empire…

Two students from the Inland Empire are spellers in the 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee. The on-stage competition begins today from Washington D.C. and will run through Thursday’s televised finals. Corona eighth grader Aisha Randhawa, 13, is competing in her… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

She’s the first Latina to represent…

When Inland Empire Assemblywoman Sabrina Cervantes toured the terminal at the San Bernardino International Airport on a recent Friday, her focus wasn't on the former airbase's struggles to attract commercial carriers and return the area to the economic prosperity of… Read full article at The Desert Sun

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CVHS marching band performing in National…

THERMAL, Calif. - Coachella Valley High School's marching band is representing California in the National Memorial Day Parade in Washington D.C. today. The opportunity comes after Congressman Dr. Raul Ruiz nominated CVHS, his alma mater, for the honor. "For a… Read full article at KESQ News

Ontario teen graduates high school and…

On Thursday evening, Miaki Fukuhara graduated from Los Osos High School. Two-and-a-half hours earlier, though, she graduated from Chaffey College, with not one, but four associates degrees. “They’re University Studies, but they’re different emphases,” Fukuhara, 17, said Wednesday. University Studies… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Black and Latino youths more likely…

Andrew was kicking an orange around with his friends during lunchtime when he accidentally kicked it between a police officer’s legs. Andrew said the officer asked him to pick it up, but the 13-year-old boy didn’t hear him. Minutes later,… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Marisa Moenho and Nathan Bravo on stage leaning on piano holding awards

High school musical performers heading to…

The excitement at the Annenberg Theater in the Palm Springs Art Museum wasn't just palpable, it was deafening. David Green's Musical Theatre University at Rancho Mirage High School and the Hollywood Pantages Theatre presented the Lucie Arnaz Awards recognizing the… Read full article at The Desert Sun

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Students enjoy Ridgemoor Elementary’s annual Career…

If you happened to hear a helicopter flying low to the ground Friday in Menifee, you probably found yourself somewhere near Ridegmoor Elementary School’s campus amidst their annual Career Day. Over 30 guest speakers volunteered their time to the students… Read full article at Menifee 24/7