Helen Hunt Jackson College Prep High School presents school-wide project days

Helen Hunt Jackson College Prep High School presents school-wide project days

HEMET – Helen Hunt Jackson College Prep High School is a flexible educational program that provides students with a variety of options to reach their educational goals. The school has an independent study option, online course work and traditional classroom instruction. This school year, College Prep High School, a project-based charter school, merged with Helen […]

‘There Ought to be a Law’ competition deadline extends

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Sen. Jeff Stone, R-Riverside County, announced that the deadline for this year’s “There Ought to be a Law” competition has been extend until Dec. 22. “We have gotten so many excellent entries that I’m looking forward to seeing what other great ideas might come in during the next few weeks,” Stone said. “There […]

Conservation leaders to finish master’s studies

OXFORD, Ohio – Having applied the tools of science, education and conservation to become leaders in global and local conversation communities, graduate students in the Global Field Program and Advanced Inquiry Program from Miami University’s Project Dragonfly finish their master’s studies. Linda Boogaard of Murrieta has been applying the tools of science, education and conservation to become […]

Rancho Viejo Middle School thanks veterans for their service

Rancho Viejo Middle School thanks veterans for their service

Hemet – Over the summer, Principal Jonathan Workman of Rancho Viejo Middle School and Associated Student Body Director Stacy Ciampa discussed creating an event to honor those that have served the country. The idea snowballed into an event that has impacted the entire campus. Staff invited local veterans to Rancho Viejo for a barbecue to […]

Riverside County Office of Education Foundation awards scholarships to high school seniors

RIVERSIDE – Seven local high school students were honored during the Riverside County Office of Education Foundation’s annual sponsor recognition event Tuesday, Nov. 28, at the Riverside County Office of Education Conference Center, in Riverside. The event also highlighted the foundation’s achievements. Daunte Wilson, Jeremy Arellanes, Daniel Gomez and Courtney Heath, all seniors at Hemet […]

Taylor Griffith helps win College Fed Challenge with University of Wisconsin-Whitewater team

WHITEWATER, Wis. – Taylor Griffith from Lake Elsinore, majoring in economics and mathematics, has contributed to a first-ever win by the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater economics team, Nov. 13, at the College Fed Challenge competition in Chicago. University of Wisconsin-Whitewater edged out Northwestern University, the University of Chicago and Marquette University to earn first place and the […]

STEM and the FBI, recruiting the best and the brightest

STEM and the FBI, recruiting the best and the brightest

WASHINGTON D.C. – The acronym STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) describes a range of academic disciplines that have become more important than ever to the FBI’s mission of protecting the American public. “The country’s enemies, be they terrorists, computer hackers, spies or financial fraudsters, are exploiting the newest technologies at every turn,” said Special […]

Abigail Sequeira volunteers on Charity Week committee

IRVING, Texas – Nearly 80 University of Dallas juniors served as committee volunteers during the university’s Charity Week, including Abigail Sequeira of Murrieta. Each fall semester, the junior class organizes and hosts Charity Week, a unified effort in which the entire university community rallies together. Proceeds raised during the weeklong fundraiser were donated to three […]

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