Tuesday , October 19 2021

Education

San Bernardino City USD to participate in annual ShakeOut drill

San Bernardino City USD to participate in annual ShakeOut drill

Are You Ready for the Great ShakeOut? California’s annual earthquake drill is coming up on October 21st at 10:21 a.m. Every year, Californians practice earthquake safety like drop, cover and hold on the third Thursday of October. This year, teachers, students, staff members and visitors will be asked to participate …

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Cal State San Bernardino recognized for overall excellence

Cal State San Bernardino recognized for overall excellence

One real gem in the confines of the City of San Bernardino is Cal State University San Bernardino (SCUSB).  Once again the college has been recognized for overall excellence by US. News and World Report. The publication develops a comprehensive listing of universities and ranks them according to a series …

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San Bernardino County Committee Taking Applications for Open Seat

San Bernardino County Committee Taking Applications for Open Seat

The San Bernardino County Committee on School District Organization is accepting applications to fill a vacant seat. The County Committee is responsible for considering proposals to change the organization of one or more school districts. The term “organization” applies to altering the number of trustees, establishing trustee areas, school district …

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No school for SBCUSD this Friday Oct. 8 and Monday Oct. 11

No school for SBCUSD this Friday Oct. 8 and Monday Oct. 11

San Bernardino City Unified School District is reminding parents that Friday, October 8 and Monday, October 11, 2021, are non-school days for all students, except Middle College High School and Inland Career Education Center (ICEC) students. Teachers will not be holding in-person or distance learning lessons during those days, and students …

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SBVC launches machinist training program for individuals with Autism

San Bernardino Valley College launches machinist training program for individuals with Autism

Americans with disabilities tend to have a high rate of unemployment and/or underemployment. San Bernardino Valley College, (SBVC) and the Uniquely Abled Project are working to change those rates by putting together a pilot program providing Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machinist training to individuals with autism. The first set of …

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Thayer named Interim President of San Bernardino Valley College

Dr. Scott W. Thayer has been appointed to serve as interim president of San Bernardino Valley College while the district conducts a search to fill the position permanently. Appointed by District Chancellor Diana Z. Rodriguez, Thayer has served as vice president of student services at San Bernardino Valley College since …

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Free rides for students start today

Starting today, students in kindergarten through 12th grade will be able to ride Omnitrans routes in its service area for free. Omnitrans Free Fares for School pilot program welcomes students back to in-person learning with free bus rides. Students can ride to school, after school activities, and around town to …

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California bails out KVCR

Rather than have to face some tough fiscal realities KVCR, the radio and television station at San Bernardino Community College District (SBCCD), has been granted $4 million dollars from the State of California. The state legislature passed a postsecondary education bill which donating $4,015,000 of taxpayer dollars to “support a …

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