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State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Sworn in for Second Term

SACRAMENTO-State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson outlined his ambitious “Agenda for Excellence” for the next four years today in Sacramento as he was sworn in for his second term…

Significant Drops in Suspensions and Expulsions for Second Year in a Row

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson today announced a dramatic 20 percent drop in the number of students expelled in 2013-14 and a 15.2 decline in the number of…

Students Return 40 Years Later to Honor Teachers

On January 23, 2015 two events will take place to celebrate local teachers for outstanding service, by students they taught over 40 years ago. 9:30-10:30 am at Manuel A. Salinas…

Man Shoots Ice Cream Truck and Officers; Two Schools on Lockdown

By Vickie Vértiz A man in San Bernardino barricaded himself inside his house for hours, creating a standoff that ended Sunday night. The house burst into flames and police then…

Sarah Culberson fears for family in Sierra Leone Ebola region

Sarah Culberson fears for family in Sierra Leone Ebola region

By Jennifer Schlueter “Everyone is at risk and more than 300 death cases! We are all scared,” Hindo ends his email from Sierra Leone to his sister Sarah Culberson in…

Ebola unstoppable in Sierra Leone, killing hundreds of people

Ebola unstoppable in Sierra Leone, killing hundreds of people

Hindo explains hand-washing stations to villagers in Sierra Leone – Courtesy photos Education from locals for locals against Ebola prevents deadly disease from spreading By Jennifer Schlueter For a few…

Elementary School Opens a Free Store for Families in Need

Elementary School Opens a Free Store for Families in Need

By Vickie Vértiz The staff at Mildred Dalton Henry Elementary know the strengths of their bright students, and they also know some of the difficulties their families face this, and…

San Bernardino Community College District Honors San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in Recognition of Native American Heritage Month

San Bernardino Community College District  Honors San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in Recognition of Native American Heritage Month

The San Bernardino Community College District (SBCCD) honored the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in recognition of National Native American Heritage Month at their regular board meeting on November…

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) Wrap up at the Feldheym Central Library

The Feldheym Central Library will host a Wrap up Party for NaNoWriMo writers on Saturday, December 6, at 4:00 PM. The 2014 National Novel Writing Month ended on Sunday, November…

Dominguez Elementary School grand opening and partnership ceremony – Enhancing Academic Achievement by preparing students for the 21st century

Dorene Dominguez, Chairman of The Vanir Foundation in Memory of H. Frank Dominguez, San Bernardino Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Dale Marsden and the Vanir Foundation Board of Directors celebrate…

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