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Statewide Initiative Supports Behavioral Health of I.E. Youth

Amidst a national youth behavioral health crisis, Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) is partnering with Molina Healthcare, County Behavioral Health, the Offices of Education in Riverside and San Bernardino counties, and select local school districts and charter schools to implement the Student Behavioral Health Incentive Program (SBHIP).

Retired Teachers “Focus on Success” at State Convention

“Focus on Success” was the theme for the recent California Retired Teachers Association’s (CalRTA) Annual Convention and Delegate Assembly held in Sacramento from May 13-15. Over 2000 California retired teachers participated in the event, which offered members a chance to reconnect in-person after several years of virtual meetings.

San Jacinto Valley students of the year honored at “Night of...

The Hemet/San Jacinto Student of the Month program held its end of the year banquet to present scholarships to those chosen as Student of the Year among those that had been honored for their school during the 2021-2022 school year.

Mt. San Jacinto College Celebrates GED Earners

Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) celebrated 36 Adult Education students last week for earning their GED at the college this year.

Mt. San Jacinto College Student Earns 2022 Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship

Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) business major Enrique Baranda has been awarded a prestigious 2022 Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.

Noli Indian School Prepares Students for a Bright Future

The administration and staff at Noli Indian School on the Soboba Indian Reservation know that classroom learning is just one way to prepare students for life beyond high school. Serving grades 6-12, the school provides career and college readiness opportunities for all grade levels.

Local CalRTA Officer Receives State Award

Sue Breyer received the prestigious Ed Ely Award for Communications and Technology, May 14th at the annual CalRTA Convention in Sacramento. Sue serves as Vice President and Newsletter Editor for Division 33, and is the state Communications and Technology Chair.

Five Local Teachers are Lucky CalRTA Grant Winners

The students of five local teachers will see some new gadgets, games and gizmos in their classrooms before the school year ends, thanks to the California Retired Teachers Association’s State and Division 33 Teacher Grant programs.

UCR students express concern about ongoing campus construction

UC Riverside, like other college campuses, is constantly changing. Construction may seem to be never ending, yet it is necessary for universities to grow and repair outdated structures.

Engineering Design Showcase features students’ projects

Students, families and faculty gathered in the Dennis and Carol Troesh Engineering Building at California Baptist University on April 22 to celebrate another year of innovation.