Temecula schools harness power from the sun at local schools

A newly installed solar carport system was completed just in time for Temecula Luiseno Elementary School to begin bustling with students and staff again on Aug. 12 when they returned back to school. What might look like just carports that provide shade to vehicles in LES’s parking lot and the bus drop-off zone are actually […]

Online students meet each other in Murrieta and Temecula to celebrate going back to school

SAN DIEGO—Who needs carpools or bus stops when going back to school means simply turning on your home computer? That’s the case for students enrolled at California Virtual Academy @ San Diego, a full-time, online public charter school for students in grades K-12. But before re-connecting with classmates in web-based classrooms, local students will connect […]

Temecula Education Foundation announces new partnerships

TEMECULA—The Temecula Education Foundation announced recently that Mufflers West and Temecula Smog, both long-term local businesses, have joined its TEF Community Partners Program. Both businesses will donate a portion of each customer transaction to the TEF. Proceeds will be used to support the TEF classroom grant program, which benefits students in Grades K-12 in the Temecula […]

Thompson enrolls at ENMU

PORTALES, N.M.—Kayla Thompson of Lake Elsinore will begin their first semester at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales this fall. ENMU is a state institution offering 91 associate, bachelor and master degree options and serves students from around the world. Courses are offered on-campus and online. For more information, contact the ENMU’s Office of Communication […]

MSJC Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program becomes nationally accredited

MENIFEE—Officials of the Mt. San Jacinto College Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program announced recently that the program received its initial accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Accreditation Programs – Joint Review Commission for Diagnostic Medical Sonography. “This achievement places MSJC’s DMS program among the top programs in the United States,” said Colleen Saunders, […]

Temecula Education Foundation announces it has new logo

Temecula Education Foundation announces it has new logo

TEMECULA—The Temecula Education Foundation has announced that it has a new official logo, one which reflects and encompasses its mission: To provide increased educational opportunities for students in the Temecula Valley Unified School District. With a name change in January 2015 from Temecula Valley Foundation for Excellence in Education to TEF, the TEF Communications Committee and […]

Camello named a Mountain West Scholar Athlete

SAN DIEGO—Thirty-four San Diego State University student-athletes were named 2014-15 Mountain West Scholar-Athletes, the league announced on July 29. SDSU’s total for the 2014-15 academic year surpassed last season’s total by one when it had 33 honorees. Samantha Camello, a member of SDSU’s softball team and psychology major from Temecula, was among the awardees. The […]

D’Trinidad graduates from basic military training

SAN ANTONIO—Air Force Airman Julian D’Trinidad graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward […]

Nomination time starts soon for 2015-16 Teachers are Heroes program

MURRIETA—Since 2013, Azusa Pacific University Murrieta Regional Center and KATY 101.3, The Mix, have partnered to honor educators who have impacted their student’s lives.  Many exceptional teachers representing school districts in Southwest Riverside County have been celebrated through the Teachers are Heroes program. APU and KATY 101.3 are excited to announce the start of the […]

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