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    With commitment from every school and district in the region, San Bernardino County Superintendent Ted Alejandre championed the boundless potential of students to achieve and take advantage of the opportunities their educations provide. “Our districts, schools and staff are focused on transforming the student experience and expanding the impact we can make in the lives of our students ...
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    Arroyo Valley High School is hosting the San Bernardino City Unified School District’s 27th Annual College Night on Thursday, September 28 from 6 to 8 p.m. College Night is open to all District students and their families. High school juniors and seniors are especially encouraged to attend. During the two-hour event, students and parents can learn about financial aid ...
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    By Dr. Elizabeth Primas Program Manager, NNPA/ESSA Public Awareness Campaign I am a former teacher. I taught for 25 years in the public school system and have held various titles in the field of education throughout my 40-year career. I have always had a passion for education. My family and I joke that I have ...
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    The Cal Poly Pomona men’s cross country team strung together their second top 10 finish of the season, claiming seventh place at the University of California Riverside Invitational on Saturday morning. Brittan Reed led the Broncos with a time of 26:02.1 to finish 30th overall out of 234 athletes on the 8,000-meter course. Following closely ...
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    It was announced recently that the University of Redlands football team climbed five spots on the D3football.com Top-25 Poll for week one to No. 20 in the nation.  The Bulldogs impressed in their opening game by firing off 32 unanswered points en route to a 32-7 win over the Trinity University (TX) Tigers. Redlands is ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Stay calm as your grown up kids get ready to make the best move of their lives. That’s the advice education advocates are giving parents for students on path to college, which can be just as stressful as seeing them off to their first day of kindergarten. In the weeks ahead, one ...
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    Ask Kevin Williams about the kind of music he loves to perform, and his answer is spoken like a true astrophysicist. “I’m a tenor, so it’s definitely more the upper region of the male voice,” said Williams, who is majoring in astrophysics with a minor in music at San Bernardino Valley College. It’s not so ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Feet grow fast for kids — much faster than parents can pay the bills. This back to school time of year is a big push for Shoes That Fit. It’s when the nonprofit handles its highest requests for help. Nekeda Newell Hall, director of corporate engagement at their Emergency Shoe Warehouse in ...
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    By Eliz Dowdy, Staff Writer The BLU Educational Foundation and their partners hosted their third town hall meeting in the inland empire recently.  The town hall was held to gather information from the communities where they believe the focus should be to ensure that Black students are reaping all the benefits of their educational experience.  ...
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    COD Football had three players sign their national letters of intent as offensive lineman Eric Kareem and Kevin Parise and wide receiver Marquis Kingery will be moving on to play at the 4-year level. In 2016, freshman offensive lineman Eric Kareem was named first team All-Mountain Conference offense. Kareem joined sophomore offensive lineman Kevin Parise ...