- Banning takes steps to annex county land
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- John Alan White
- Beaumont continues taking care of Morongo’s strays
- Cal Fire investigators seek the public’s help
- Former home to Banning Art Gallery approved for demolition
- Holiday Wish relaxes some requirements, seeks applicants and volunteers
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Beaumont High School and the ninth-grade Building Assets, Reducing Risks (BARR team acknowledges many of its freshmen for academic excellence in the latter half of this past school year.
This year’s high school fall sports season will be delayed until at least December, the California Interscholastic Federation announced Monday, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Pass area’s public schools will have a virtual start later this summer, with Banning beginning Aug. 17, and Beaumont starting earlier on Aug. 6, with all students studying in place in their own homes.
Presumably when students return to Beaumont High School, they will see the progression of a couple of new buildings, and the concrete landscape that once made up basketball and tennis courts “relocated.”
Due to the ongoing threat of COVID-19, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced today, that California schools will start the new school year with distance learning.
After all 177 seniors had had the opportunity to drive up and collect their diplomas, Banning High School principal Matt Valdivia issued messages of congratulations to his Broncos community.
Having the privilege of graduating second in his class, Calvary Christian School salutatorian Devin Mascoto noted the unavoidable coincidence that he made up “over 15 percent of the senior class.”
Banning High School announces its top 10 ranked seniors based on grade point average, as reflected at the start of the semester prior to schools closing due to COVID-19 stay-at-home orders.
Beaumont High School announces its top 10 ranked seniors based on grade point averages, as reflected at the start of the semester prior to school closing due to COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. (The last three students in our top 10 all share the same GPA, tying to be eighth in their class.)
Caroline Amplatz’s tireless efforts to support great causes have been profound — and global. About one year ago, the attorney and private benefactor extended her desire to invest in science research and education to California State University, San Bernardino with a substantial gift to the D…
Banning resident Bernardo Britto will graduate with an associate's degree in nursing as he pursues his career goal of becoming a nurse practitioner.
Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) has teamed up with OnTrac to deliver 3D-printed face shields to regional hospitals to support front-line workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cheri Jocson lives in San Bernardino, but chose to attend Riverside City College for most of her undergraduate education, drawn to the city's nearby arts community.
After 39 years in education, 30 of them with the Beaumont school district, Starlight Elementary School Principal Lauren Kinney announced to peers and family this morning that she is retiring.
Beaumont High School is still deciding about how to celebrate the Class of 2020’s graduation ever since the coronavirus pandemic has shut down large gatherings due to fear of spreading the disease even further.
Beaumont High School seniors will be able to graduate with the grades they have earned as credit through March 13, the day that the Riverside county school districts closed down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In celebration of National Teacher Appreciation Day on Tuesday, May 5, the Riverside County Office of Education (RCOE) will premiere four videos highlighting the extraordinary work of the Riverside County Teachers of the Year, starting with Beaumont fourth-grade teacher Tracy Waters.
In her quarantined restlessness, Banning High School counselor Janelle Poulter had initially been reaching out to students to see if anyone else needed some interaction.
Banning High School's current valedictorian Jazmine Colon is taking her experience in political activism with her to University of California, Berkeley, where she will pursue a degree in political science with an emphasis on public law.
Terrence Davis, Beaumont’s superintendent of schools, is adamant that every senior will get to participate in graduation — assuming that health and county officials give a green light for students to go back to school.
Regional colleges have been included among U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 rankings of graduate schools.
Schools may officially be closed until April 30 at the earliest, but Banning Unified School District wants its families to know that brunches will still be served to its students.
More than 800 teachers, principals, superintendents, city officials and representatives from Riverside county school districts, cities and non-profit organizations attended the Riverside County Office of Education’s annual address, which this year focused on “Year of our Youth.’’
Banning High School promises to soon host a first class Performing Arts Center, adjacent to its new Construction Academy and auto mechanics workshop buildings simultaneously underway.
There were more than a dozen classrooms designated to host read alouds at Central Elementary School in Banning Tuesday evening, and characters strutted about as part of the school’s participation in the Read Across America campaign.
A couple of budding scientists at Central Elementary School in Banning performed tests with substances on corroded iron, and garnered top honors in the group division of the Banning school district’s annual science fair.
In the upcoming March primary election, Beaumont-area voters will decide whether Beaumont Unified School District can sell bonds up to $98 million to renovate, upgrade and repair aging infrastructure and construct buildings, classrooms, and school labs.
On Feb. 15, a group of Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) students from Banning High School visited Hemmerling Elementary School to talk about their own high school experiences.
For more than three decades, Cal State San Bernardino professor Brian Levin has been doing more than just keeping an eye on people who inflict some of the worst harm humans wreak on each other.
Last Saturday at the Malki Museum, Lorene Sisquoc, a member of the Fort Sill Apache tribe, gave a presentation on the history and impact Indian schools had on generations of Native Americans across the United States.
The Banning Library District invites the public to participate in a silent auction fundraising event from Sept. 21 through Nov. 7.
LifeStream will hold a community blood drive at San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital, 600 N. Highland Springs Ave., Banning on Friday, Oct. 2 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and at Farmer Boys, 1538 Second Street Marketplace in Beaumont , Saturday, Oct. 3 from 1 to 6 p.m.
Although the nonprofit Malki Museum is closed during the pandemic, it will host a drive-thru food sale and raffle fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 3 between 10 a.m.-3 p.m. that will include pit meat cooked by Roy Mathews Jr. and traditional kéwet sides for suggested $10 donation.
Supporters of the Rivers & Lands Conservancy's 7th Annual Fundraising Gala can participate in this year’s gala from the comfort of their homes on Thursday, Oct. 8 at starting at 6 p.m.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Unforgettables Foundation’s 7th annual educational conference will convene virtually as a free webinar on Friday, Oct. 9 from 9 a.m. until approximately 12:30 p.m.
The city of Beaumont and the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation and Parks District will host a Drive-thru Trunk or Treat on Saturday, Oct. 31, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.