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TVUSD accepting applications on board to replace Skumawitz

TEMECULA - The Temecula Valley Unified School District (TVUSD) is now accepting applications for a district board of trustees vacancy created when trustee Adam Skumawitz chose to... — Updated 7/17/2019 Full story

 By Jeff Pack    News

TVUSD Board Member Adam Skumawitz resigns seat

TEMECULA - Temecula Valley Unified School District Governing Board Member Adam Skumawitz chose to turn in a letter of resignation to the district on Wednesday, June 26. Skumawitz,... — Updated 6/28/2019 Full story


San Jacinto Unified to break ground on new middle school

SAN JACINTO - On Tuesday, June 18, the San Jacinto Unified School District will hold a ground-breaking event for a new middle school campus for construction at 425 N. Lyon Ave. in San Jacinto. The school is expected to open in the... — Updated 6/17/2019 Full story


Riverside County appoints new deputy superintendent of schools

RIVERSIDE - The former superintendent of the Coachella Valley Unified School District was appointed to an executive position in the Riverside County Office of Education, it was announced. County Superintendent of Schools Judy... — Updated 6/19/2019 Full story

 By City News Service    News

Solar-powered boat races return to Lake Skinner next week

WINCHESTER - Students from more than 40 Southern California high schools will be low-speed racing around Lake Skinner near Winchester next week, in a contest requiring competitors to power their boats using nothing but energy from... — Updated 5/8/2019 Full story

 By Jeff Pack    News

Western Center Academy leads list of study's highest-ranked public schools in area

Western Center Academy in Hemet was named by U.S. News and World Report as the highest ranking public high school in Southwest Riverside County in the publication’s 2019 U.S. News Best High Schools rankings released on Tuesday,... — Updated 5/1/2019 Full story


MSJC exhibit highlights advanced student photography

The Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) Photography Department will proudly present a gallery exhibit showcasing Advanced Student Photography starting May 7. Students and the public are invited to attend the free gallery exhibition,... — Updated 5/3/2019 Full story

 By City News Service    News

Utility completes tests on schools' water supplies with good results

PERRIS - More than 100 schools supplied with water within the Perris-based Eastern Municipal Water District are below thresholds for harmful lead content, it was announced on Friday, March 8. According to the EMWD, samples... — Updated 3/8/2019 Full story

 By City News Service    News

Murrieta Valley High finishes third in County Mock Trial Competition

RIVERSIDE - Future legal eagles at a Riverside high school on Sunday, March 3 were celebrating their victory in the 37th annual Riverside County Mock Trial Competition and preparing for the statewide contest, scheduled to begin in... — Updated 3/4/2019 Full story

 By City News Service    News

Hemet, San Jacinto academies named as 'Distinguished Schools'

RIVERSIDE - Five schools in Riverside County are among 162 learning institutions statewide that earned a spot on the "2019 Distinguished Schools'' list drawn up by the California Department of Education, it was announced on... — Updated 2/25/2019 Full story

 By Valley News Staff    News

Mt. San Jacinto College hosting Black History Month events

Mt. San Jacinto College announced two events scheduled this week that coincide with Black History Month. The Black History Month Essay Awards Ceremony will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, at the MSJC San... — Updated 2/26/2019 Full story


Azusa Pacific University hosts Feb. 27 Preview Night and Financial Aid Workshop

MURRIETA – Education and career goals are among the top New Year’s resolutions. A new year brings new opportunity, and there is no better time to take those first steps towards a better future by returning to school to finish... — Updated 2/26/2019 Full story

 By Valley News Staff    News

Mt. San Jacinto College to launch mobile career center

The Mt. San Jacinto College Career Education Office will unveil its new MSJC Mobile Career Center at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12, at its Menifee Valley Campus, and at noon Thursday, Fe... — Updated 2/9/2019 Full story


Elsinore High School clinches title at Riverside County Academic Decathlon

MORENO VALLEY – Elsinore High School defeated 18 high school teams to claim the championship at the 36th Riverside County Academic Decathlon sponsored by the Riverside County... — Updated 2/4/2019 Full story

 By City News Service    News

Attorney hopefuls to match wits during mock trials

RIVERSIDE - More than 450 students from 24 high schools will take on the roles of prosecutors and defense attorneys on Wednesday, Feb. 6 in the first round of the 37th annual Riverside County Mock Trial Competition. The event will... — Updated 2/6/2019 Full story

 By City News Service    News

Local schools to compete in Riverside County Academic Decathlon

MORENO VALLEY - The 36th annual Riverside County Academic Decathlon will open on Saturday, Jan. 26, with teams from 17 schools vying for the top spot and an opportunity to represent the county in the statewide competition. The... — Updated 1/25/2019 Full story

 By Jeff Pack    News

TVUSD announces new employee recognition program

TEMECULA - Temecula Valley Unified School District announced a new employee recognition program called TVUSD Employee Superstars to recognize individuals that "go far and beyond the call of duty, doing more than others expect."... — Updated 1/16/2019 Full story

 By City News Service    News

Supervisors clear way for school districts to issue bonds independently

RIVERSIDE - Qualifying community college and K-12 school districts in Riverside County now have the option to issue general obligation bonds with minimal involvement by the county, thanks to a policy change approved on Tuesday,... — Updated 12/5/2018 Full story

 By Kim Harris    News

Murrieta presents draft district maps as council speaks out against districts

Murrieta city council heard the third of four public hearings June 20 regarding a possible move to district-based elections. Two possible draft maps, known as the “green” and... — Updated 10/1/2018


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