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    By Dianne Anderson Retirement this month is a little bit bittersweet for Patricia Daniels Perry as she steps away from her lifelong love of teaching. “I’m extremely excited, I’m happy-sad. It’s been 45 years,” said Ms. Daniels, who has served 32 years with San Bernardino City Unified School District. Perry has influenced countless thousands of ...
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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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    By Dianne Anderson Laptops available with free internet for local students to take home is not a secret, but it might as well be. Many parents are still not aware that they can get Chromebooks and free hotspot hookup for their students at San Bernardino City Unified School District just for the asking. It’s one ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Not a barbecued hotlink, hotdog or meatless alternative should be left on the table at the upcoming Black Family Summit. Altogether, there are about 4,500 African American students in the San Bernardino City Unified School District, and all of their parents are invited out to checkout the resources, and have an important ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Better programming, mentoring and tutoring helped push San Bernardino City Unified School District Class of 2018 graduating students to new heights, now at 91.8% and beating out the statewide graduation rate by more than 8 percent. Overall, school board member Danny Tillman said that he is pleased with the district’s increased graduation ...
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    It’s been a busy summer for the GEAR UP program at Cal State San Bernardino. It began when nearly 100 high school students from the San Bernardino City Unified School District, who will enter their junior year in August, met at CSUSB to embark on “Explore 23,” a two-week tour of all 23 California State ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Across the street from Waterman Gardens where Ray Culberson spent time growing up, there was something oddly familiar about the big box facility that would someday become an answer to his dream. A building that sat as a vacant shell for years is now a full circle experience for Culberson, who thinks ...