PVHS grad seeks to name gym…

At the Palo Verde Unified School District’s (PVUSD) June 25 meeting, Yellow Jacket class of 1996 alumnus Jason Rawlins offered to the Board of Trustees a plan to name the school’s gymnasium after former Palo Verde High School (PVHS) basketball… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

CNA students

PVHS students participate in PVC’S CNA…

Every morning like clockwork, 14 students from Palo Verde High School (PVHS) arrive early at Palo Verde College (PVC). Taking on another challenging day en route to becoming certified nurse assistants (CNA), these students arrive early and leave late in… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Back to school backpack supplies needed…

It was just a month ago that we bid the seniors goodbye and welcomed in a new group of students. They are ready and eager to learn, but some of the students are financially challenged and will not have the… Read full article at Record Gazette

UC Riverside ranks No. 2 among…

When Hemet resident Ashley Armenta-Partida left Mexico for the U.S. at age 11, she didn’t expect to go to college. Her father, a construction worker, dropped out of elementary school. Her mother has a high school-level education. As for Ashley,… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Parents, School Staff Meet to Discuss,…

About a hundred worried parents are meeting Monday evening to share concerns about an alleged sexual abuser out on bail who is a former volunteer and staff member of a local learning center. Parents in a mother’s facebook group expressed… Read full article at KMIR TV Palm Springs

Librarian shows new display in library

Cabazon School library adds more than…

Kindergarteners and fifth-graders from Cabazon Elementary School are not rooted in Banning or Beaumont anymore — they can now travel the world. Cabazon School’s library is a recipient of a $2,500 grant from the San Gorgonio Education Foundation’s Grants for… Read full article at Record Gazette

This San Bernardino program gives kids…

A fighting chance to succeed, that’s what this San Bernardino program offers. Project Fighting Chance began as an amateur boxing program in 1999 for San Bernardino youth. It has since grown into an organization that offers many after school programs.… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

How Riverside Unified cut $11 million…

After a year of work, the Riverside Unified School District began a new fiscal year Monday, July 1, with a budget balanced by early retirements, restructuring, reduced overtime and a 50% cut in meeting refreshments. And aside from the 264… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

New handbook will set foundation for…

After an external audit found inefficiencies in the Coachella Valley Unified School District's special education department, administrators and teachers are reassessing the way they serve students with disabilities. In a first step, the district has assigned three instructors to outline… Read full article at The Desert Sun

high school marching band wearing informal uniforms in parade

Moreno Valley’s July 4th parade kicks…

With the theme “Stars, Stripes and Fireworks,” Moreno Valley marked the nation’s 243rd birthday Thursday, July 4 with a full day of activities. The city joined those across the Inland area in celebrating the holiday with patriotic events. Moreno Valley’s… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise