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    By Dianne Anderson Under Keith Brockie at Arroyo Valley High School, the student becomes the teacher, and vice versa. One of the best aspects of teaching at San Bernardino Unified School District has been watching students that he has taught grow successful in their fields, and return as teachers. “Now they’re on campus working as ...
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    Leaders from the San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) and the Linked Learning Alliance joined elected officials and industry partners in congratulating three educational pathways for achieving Linked Learning Gold certification. The pathways—the Digital Media Arts Academy and the Business and Logistics Academy at Arroyo Valley High School and the Digital Design and Communications ...
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    S.B. Schools By Dianne Anderson Kids headed back to school this week with the priority on safe learning as Omicron – or its latest variant “flurona,” COVID-19 plus the flu – becomes the new normal. Health experts are warning of the alarming rate of infection that is putting the little kids in danger. Children under ...
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    At its organizational meeting, the Board of Education of the San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) voted to appoint Dr. Scott Wyatt as president of the governing body and Danny Tillman as vice president. The leadership positions are effective immediately, and Wyatt and Tillman will serve in their new roles for one year. Dr. ...
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    Ervin will join the District on July 1 The San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to appoint Harry “Doc” Ervin as Superintendent. Ervin will assume the leadership post on July 1, officially filling the seat vacated by Dr. Dale Marsden. Ervin joins SBCUSD from Bakersfield City School District, ...
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    By Dianne Anderson No one really imagined the coronavirus impact of recent weeks, but some local educators were prepared far ahead of the pandemic to give their students an academic edge. Some schools already had the right technology at their fingertips, and simply needed to put some last-minute moves into motion. Dwaine Radden Sr., CEO ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Business and community leaders, educators and students are gearing up for one of the biggest gatherings of the year for the San Bernardino Unified School District to get more students linked to real-world work experience. On Wednesday, November 13, an expected 1,000 business professionals and local leaders will come together to strategize ...
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    Indian Springs High School, located at 650 N. Del Rosa Drive in San Bernardino, is hosting the 29th Annual College Night on Tuesday, September 24 from 6 to 8 p.m. College Night is open to all San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) students and their families. During the two-hour event, students and parents can ...
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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 ...