Joanne Gilbert of Rialto was appointed today by San Bernardino County Superintendent Gary Thomas to fill a vacancy on the County Committee on School District Organization for the Fifth Supervisorial District seat.
Gilbert has been on the Rialto Unified School District Board of Education for nearly 13 years and has lived in Rialto for the past 26 years. She spent 37 years in education as a high school teacher, including work in school districts in Long Beach and Moreno Valley.
Edison International Commits More Than $1.2 million for College Scholarships
Demonstrating its commitment to educational excellence, Edison International has pledged $1.25 million to fund scholarships for 125 high school seniors selected as Edison Scholars, the company’s annual scholarship program. The 125 scholarships reflect the company’s landmark 125th anniversary this year.
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – Cal State San Bernardino continues to rank among the California State University system’s leaders for first-year students who return to the university the next year, according to CSU statistics.
Nearly 86 percent of first-time freshmen that began at CSUSB in fall 2009 returned to the university in fall 2010. The 85.6 percent mark is the highest
SAN BERNARDINOHIGH SCHOOLSAND STUDENTS EARN NATIONAL HONORS
PacificHigh School is celebrating: three students earned $60,000 in scholarships from the Dell Scholars Program and the school was recognized by The Washington Post for being among the top public high schools in the nation.
The Dell Scholars Program is part of the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, a
For the last several years there has been an important trend in education that can be summed up in one word—smaller. Smaller class sizes allow teachers to provide each child with more individual attention. Small-group instruction allows teachers to tailor their lessons to students with similar needs. And, smaller learning environments make it easier