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Did YOUR child's principal get honored?
Chili Cook off at St. Jeanne de Lestonnac "Down Home Carnival and Picnic.
The University is hosting an informational meeting on APU’s graduate and credential programs in Murrieta.
The Riverside County Office of Education is conducting its eighth annual “Operation Recognition” program.
More than 20 states already allow community colleges to offer baccalaureate degrees. Now, it's up to Gov. Brown if Ca. can do the same.
Teacher selected from a highly competitive pool of 4,000 to participate in LearnZillion’s TeachFest, the premier professional development event for the Common Core.
Forty-seven students were recognized from eight schools in the Temecula areas.
While not all 690 students participated, over 200 seniors proudly wore their college shirts and attended the recognition ceremony in the school’s gym.
Temecula School’s Program is one of 13 statewide and the only one in Riverside County to be recognized.
Title I, the single largest federal educational program for K-12 public education, assists schools in meeting the needs of students living at or below the poverty line.
The three high schools were named in U.S. News and World Report's annual list of the best public high schools.
It's the only one in the district to get a special award.
The discussion will include personal stories and practical advice on how to deal with the problem of bullying.