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    Bullying and violence in our communities were top concerns on Monday night. Over 200 community members joined with Assemblymember Reyes and Chief Joseph Paulino of the San Bernardino City Unified School District Police at Arroyo Valley High School to share their frustrations and concerns on important community issues in San Bernardino. The goal of the ...
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    The San Bernardino City Unified School District is will offer a free, nutritious breakfast and lunch to every student every school day for the 2019–2020 school year. Multiple studies have shown that when children experience hunger, it can have serious and lasting impacts on their physical and intellectual growth. According to Feeding America, children from ...
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    Three San Bernardino City Schools started the 2019–2020 school year with new principals and two District departments welcomed new directors. Students at Highland-Pacific, Lankershim, and North Verdemont Elementary Schools met their new leaders in August, while children at E. Neal Roberts Elementary are getting to know their principal a little better after Yosan Hailemariam took the helm just before the last school year ...
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    King Middle School is the District’s fourth and newest School to Watch. King joins just 15 other schools across California to earn the prestigious honor this year from the California Department of Education and the California League of Schools.  Curtis, Golden Valley, and Serrano Middle Schools earned the Schools to Watch designation in previous years. Becoming a state and national ...
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    By Dianne Anderson A lot of hard-working volunteers have given time and talent through the decades at the San Bernardino branch of the NAACP, sometimes facing the most intense community concerns of any city in the nation. John Futch, newly elected president of the local branch, said over the years the organization has maintained its ...
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    When people think of the holidays, they often think of the red and green lights of Christmas; the blue and white colors of Hanukkah; the green, red, and black of Kwanzaa; or the yellow-gold light of a burning yule log or candles. This holiday season, many in the community felt the holiday spirit when they ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Kids learned to code from scratch over the weekend – specifically with the online collaborative block-based introductory programming language developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at MIT Media Lab. In other words, they remixed lots of fun new hacks in creative ways. Ray Culberson, executive director of Entrepreneur High School in Highland, ...
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    By Dianne Anderson African Americans and Latinos may have their share of differing opinions or political stances, but one area where both groups readily agree is that racist hatred will not be tolerated at their school. A recent hate message to former principal Crecia Robinson, a three-time victim of racist messages at Lankershim Elementary School ...
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    The look of astonishment could be seen over and over on the faces of Indians Springs High School (ISHS) students walking through the new Performing Arts Center during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 18. Nearby, architect John Sergio Fisher had a similar look of delight on his face. “This venue is a beacon for the arts and ...
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    By Dianne Anderson A lot hinges on keeping local services going for kids and youth, like the decades-long activities the community has come to depend on at the San Bernardino Boys and Girls Club. The question now pending a city decision is exactly what’s to become of the 9th Street facility. There could be a ...