ADA, Okla. – Outstanding academic work during the 2017 spring semester has earned listings on the dean’s honor roll for students at East Central University. Daniel Camarillo and Brittney Ferguson, both of Menifee, earned spots on the dean’s honor roll.
The Riverside County board of supervisors approved a change in the election timing for Perris Elementary School District board members. The supervisors’ 4-0 vote May 2 approved a resolution allowing the change from odd-numbered years to even-numbered years. Under both the California Education Code and the California Elections Code, the elections of school district board […]
TEMECULA – Summer is almost here. The city of Temecula Community Services Department has limited space available in the following summer enrichment camps for children and teens. These exciting fun-filled camps are a great way for children to make the most of their summer vacation. Check out the listing below and register today. The city […]
HEMET – Aleea Diamond Moore, a member of the first graduating class from Aspire Community Day School, has had her fair share of challenges. Despite being expelled from Tahquitz High School during her sophomore year, she always knew she would be attending college. After receiving two college acceptance letters, she has officially decided to attend […]
“I want to start by making you all think,” Jessica Black said. “Consider the choices you made in your life and where they’ve gotten you. How many of those decisions did you make without considering your own opinion, and when did you start making decisions for yourself? These may sound like simple questions, but do […]
SAN JACINTO – Nearly 140 students received scholarships during the annual Mt. San Jacinto College Scholarship Awards luncheon. The ceremony was held May 10 at Wilson Creek Winery in Temecula. During the event, 84 students received scholarships, totaling over $106,000. Courtesy photo
Val Verde Unified School District signs Memorandum of Understanding with March Joint Powers Authority for the Manufacturing Aerospace Research and Science program
MORENO VALLEY –A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signing party was held April 27 between March Joint Powers of Authority, Val Verde Unified School District, AMRO Fabricating and the American Aerospace Technical Academy, to mark the beginning of MJPA’s Manufacturing Aerospace Research and Science Career Promise Program and new possibilities in workforce development in the Inland Empire. […]
SALINA, Kan. – Cynthia Martinez of Menifee was among the 106 Kansas Wesleyan University students named to the president’s honor roll for the spring 2017 semester. Full-time students with a semester GPA of at least 3.75 and no incompletes are listed on the president’s honor roll at the end of each semester.
Brenda Tullis Special to Valley News Students and teachers gathered at a local church Sunday, May 7, at an event directed by students to recognize and show appreciation for local teachers and to gift a sole teacher from each Temecula high school a student-honored teacher’s award. English teacher Gayle Trout of Chaparral High School, math […]
TEMECULA – The Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County is introducing summer Brain Gain, a summer learning loss prevention program developed by Boys & Girls Clubs of America. “We are excited to be able to offer summer Brain Gain to youth in Temecula, Murrieta and Lake Elsinore,” Grant Anderson, president and CEO of Boys […]