Santa Rosa Academy announces lottery date change

MENIFEE – The Santa Rosa Academy annual lottery date has been changed. The school’s goal is to hold the lottery approximately 18 months before the start of school. By holding the lottery early, the academy will be able to incorporate new programs that will support the youngest students before entry into transitional kindergarten and kindergarten. Holding […]

Howard graduates from South Dakota State University

BROOKINGS, S.D. – South Dakota State University held its graduation ceremony following the spring 2017 session. Overall, students from 36 states and 25 nations graduated following the spring 2017 semester. Natalie Kathleen Howard of Temecula graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science from the university’s College of Arts and Sciences. South Dakota State […]

Butler receives University of Iowa degree

IOWA CITY, Iowa – Kareem Butler, a native of Temecula received a bachelor’s degree in international relations from the University of Iowa at the close of the spring 2017 semester. The university is one of the nation’s premier public research universities, dedicated to academic excellence, groundbreaking discoveries and creations, commitment to Iowa and the world […]

Local residents earn degree from Western Governors University

SALT LAKE CITY – The following local residents have received their degree from Western Governors University. Leslie Anderson of Murrieta has received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Lori Brandt, Jessica Peasland, Kimberly Sanchez and Elena Servin of Temecula have received their bachelor’s degrees in nursing. Matthew Gage of Temecula has received his Master of […]

Hemet Unified School District accepts trustee resignation

HEMET – Joe Wojcik, a trustee for more than 10 years with the Hemet Unified School District Governing Board, has tendered his resignation due to his move from the district boundaries. The resignation became effective Aug. 2 upon receipt by the superintendent of the Riverside County Office of Education. The governing board will begin the […]

Students of for-profit schools find additional support

SACRAMENTO – As students struggle with the aftermath of for-profit educational institutions that have closed or violated the law, the California Department of Consumer Affairs has established the Office of Student Assistance and Relief, as mandated by Senate Bill 1192, to help students navigate their uncertain academic and financial future. “OSAR’s goal is to provide individualized […]

Top U.K. producer to head up Temecula songwriting workshop

TEMECULA – Songwriters Workshops will provide an opportunity to the local community in the first of a series designed to help budding songwriters find their voice, learn and hone their craft, collaborate with others and gain insight into the music business. The weekend workshop, Saturday, Aug. 19, and Sunday, Aug. 20, will begin with a […]

D’Hondt graduates from Simpson College

INDIANOLA, Iowa – Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, held commencement April 29. Hannah D’Hondt of Murrieta graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in biology. D’Hondt is the daughter of Robert D’Hondt and Cynthia Agan of Murrieta. Simpson College is a short drive from Iowa’s capital city in Des Moines. Founded in 1860 by members of […]

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