A stadium at Redlands East Valley High School was the talk of the school board meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 14.
The University of California, Riverside, School of Medicine could double the number of medical doctors in training from 250 to 500 thanks to $25 million funding in the governor’s proposed budget.
The Learning Experience, an educational child care franchise, announced the opening of its newest Academy of Early Education center at 1025 Parkford Drive.
The University of Redlands will welcome Ken Nwadike Jr., founder of the Free Hugs Project, to speak at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14, in Orton Center at the Redlands main campus. Reaching millions through his project’s videos on YouTube and Facebook, Nwadike's goals are to spread love, inspire cha…
Redlands Unified School District increased its graduation rate to 92.5%, an increase of 1.7% over the previous year, according to statewide reports released this month.
San Bernardino City Unified School District Board of Education had a surprise up its sleeve when cutting the ribbon on its newly remodeled Board of Education Building on Tuesday, Dec. 10; it renamed the boardroom after longtime educator Margaret Hill, a current board member and Highland resident.
- New donation moves museum closer to construction
- District notified of potential civil lawsuit
- Measure G could change the city in many excellent ways
- Arrowhead Christian boys basketball coach: ‘On paper, it’s the best team in Redlands’
- Rochford and Whitmer selected as man and woman of the year for 2019
- Stockton roast: Came out light pink, while hitting plenty of green
- Kmart building could become an auto parts store and warehouse
- RHS Mock Trial team heads to county semifinals
- Redlands High School to compete in county Mock Trial Finals
- Appellate judge removes supervisor from office
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The University of Redlands recently redesigned space in the School of Education was dedicated Thursday, Dec. 12, recognizing an alumna well-known on campus and in the Redlands community.
Excalibur Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Round Table International service organization, annually awards scholarships to deserving therapy students selected jointly by individual Tables and select local universities.
Former clerk Patty Holohan is the new board of education president. She will take over for Cristina Puraci, whose term has ended after one year.
Cope Middle School’s theatrical and advanced art students on Dec. 2 toured Garner Holt Productions, the largest animatronics company in the world.
Garner Holt, the creator of audio animatronics, robots, sets, scenery and special effects for theme parks, museums and other venues around the world has announced the creation of the Garner Holt Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization.
The Redlands/Yucaipa Chapter of California Retired Teachers Association is offering three $1,000 scholarships to high school graduates of Redlands Unified School District or Yucaipa/Calimesa School District who have completed or will complete their student teaching assignments by this sprin…
Kingsbury Elementary: All day, Friday, Dec. 6, Pajama Day.RUSD marching bands: 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, Redlands Christmas ParadeCope Middle School: All day, Saturday, Dec. 7 and Sunday, Dec. 8, honor band and orchestra auditionsRedlands East Valley: 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9, Winter Choir Conce…
Redlands’ Academic Case Carrier Program was recognized for its outstanding contribution to public education by the California School Boards Association (CSBA).
Redlands Sunrise Rotary has honored two middle school students for the Month for November, Nathan Law of the Grove School and Caleb Slagter of Arrowhead Christian Academy.
Since the annual University of Redlands Feast of Lights was conceived in 1947, this musical portrait of the birth of Christ has been renowned for its artistry — the music, the costumes, the tableaux, the candlelight — as well as for its hopeful, joyous spirit.
Oak Glen may not be able to offer an authentic first-hand experience of hooligans exercising their frustration by re-enacting protest of the Boston Tea party, but Riley’s Farm offers students a firsthand perspective of what Revolutionary war times were like.
The University of Redlands has established a new partnership with Keck Graduate Institute, which educates students to become leaders in health care and the life sciences.
The University of Redlands has appointed Christopher Leon Jones, Jr. as the institution’s first senior diversity and inclusion officer charged to drive change across the University.
Redlands High School Homecoming King and Queen Alex Contreras and Lauren Garcia pose during halftime at Friday’s football game between the Terriers and the Yucaipa High School. The Thunderbirds won the game 22-19.
Arrowhead Christian Academy’s 2019 Homecoming King and Queen are Pamela Coulson and Tucker Murphy. Teacher Scott Blakey stood in for Tucker, who was out of town. The Eagles defeated Desert Christian 46-6.
The Redlands Unified School District board Tuesday night identified Kristin Washington and Michelle Rendler as candidates to fill the seat vacated by Ricardo Ruiz.
Redlands Sunrise Rotary honored four students of the month for October who were nominated by their teachers for academic excellence and above and beyond in community service, music and/or sports participation.
Putting bicycle parts together provided a unique training program for personnel at Alta Vista Credit Union in Redlands. Maria Burkitt Cassidy, director of operations, said the team building exercise adopted for training purposes was titled “Build a Bike” on Monday,
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law on Thursday, Oct. 10, a bill that seeks to minimize the risk and perhaps prevent teens from choosing the suicide option, Assemblyman James Ramos has announced.
Redlands East Valley: 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, An Evening with Edgar Allen Poe/Sleepy Hollow.Kimberly Elementary: 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, Fall Festival.Redlands East Valley: 11:30 a.m. Monday, Oct. 21, Community College Fair.Citrus Valley High School: 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22, Dual Enroll…
To kick off its College Focus Month the Redlands Unified School District announced the winners of the poster contest highlighting “excelling toward the future.”
Shiza Shahid, co-founder of the Malala Fund and one of Time's "30 Under 30 People Changing the World" will speak at the University of Redlands at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, in Orton Center.
To be an informed advocate and supporter, the person who people rely on for comfort in times of trouble for guidance or just to lend an ear, requires empathy, communication skills and problem-solving skills.
The Redlands school district had 84 students score perfect marks on the 2019 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress standardized test. The students were recognized and awarded plaques during the Tuesday, Oct. 8, board meeting.
At a meeting last week, Dr. Roger D. Seheult of Beaver Medical Group told Redlands Unified School District parents how vaping affects the brain, especially developing brains of school children.