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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…

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…

San Bernardino Community College District honors long-time employees

Recognizes more than 4900 collective years of dedicated service to students The San Bernardino Community College District employs more than 1,200 full and part-time employees on multiple sites stretched from…

Dominguez Elementary grand opening & adoption set for November 13

H. Frank Dominguez Elementary School is celebrating its official grand opening and first adoption on Thursday, November 13 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. “The school has been open and educating…

School district honors outstanding students

The San Bernardino City Unified School District Board of Education honored 12 students with an Outstanding Student Award at the October 21 Board meeting. Outstanding Student Award winners are recognized…

Governor vetoes CSU funding for repairs but four-year degrees approved

Governor vetoes CSU funding for repairs but four-year degrees approved

By Vickie Vértiz Up to $50 million could have been used to improve deteriorating Cal State University buildings and infrastructure, but on Saturday, September 27, Governor Jerry Brown vetoed legislation…

SBCCD police department expands communication & training opportunities

SBCCD police department expands communication & training opportunities

September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month, a month dedicated to enhancing dialogue around campus safety issues. The San Bernardino Community College District Board of Trustees approved a Resolution recognizing…

San Bernardino students ready for school

San Bernardino students ready for school

by Vickie Vértiz While many Inland Empire students are still swimming in public or home pools and enjoying their summer vacation, schools in San Bernardino City Unified (SBCUSD) and other…

Audiojack: A breakthrough in education which takes our imagination to another level

Audiojack: A breakthrough in education which takes our imagination to another level

By Jennifer Schlueter When my friend invited me to an event at the Sonos Studio in LA to experience a sound movie, I didn’t know what to expect. After some…

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