Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Riverside County superintendent of schools to retire Nov. 1

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RIVERSIDE – After 42 years of service in public education, Dr. Judy D. White announced her retirement from her role as Riverside County’s 12th...

Candidates for Temecula City Council, TVUSD board speak at ‘Slave No More’ event

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Two candidates in local Temecula elections spoke at a “Slave No More California” event Sunday, Oct. 11, at Temecula City Hall condemning public health...

City of Temecula, TVUSD partner to create free Wi-Fi gardens for students

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TEMECULA The city of Temecula announces free Wi-Fi access, “Wi-Fi Gardens,” in selected public spaces to help supplement Temecula Valley Unified School District’s efforts...

LEUSD presents hybrid learning options to parents

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Lake Elsinore Unified families will be surveyed on their preferences for multiple different plans for a partial return to in-person classes, ahead of a...

Western Science Center Museum presents ‘Windows of the Past’

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Western Science Center opened “Windows into the Past,” Saturday, Sept. 26, and it was hard to say whether the eager young visitors and their...

MSJC hosts Pride Week events in October

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SAN JACINTO – Mt. San Jacinto College hosted several virtual events and a drive-in movie presentation of “Milk” during its second annual MSJC Pride...

MVUSD votes to offer hybrid learning model to students in November, January

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Jeff Pack Staff Writer The Murrieta Valley Unified School District Board of Education ultimately unanimously approved the district staff’s proposal to reopen school campuses to students...

Soboba Tribal Preschool celebrates Native American Heritage Week

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Native American Day is celebrated across the United States and in lieu of Columbus Day in California and Nevada on the fourth Friday in...

DVMS teachers create excitement around science

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HEMET – Two seventh-grade science teachers from Diamond Valley Middle School in Hemet created an academic battle between their two classes as they found...

MSJC spring 2021 semester to be mostly online

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SAN JACINTO – Mt. San Jacinto College’s spring 2021 semester will offer mostly online courses when it begins Tuesday, Jan. 19, as the district...