Scholarship deadline extended

SAN JACINTO – The deadline for the San Jacinto Valley Women’s Conference Scholarship Application be extended to April 30.  To be eligible students must be a high school graduate or have their GED and a resident of one of the Aguanga, Anza, Garner Valley, Gilman Hot Springs, Hemet, Idyllwild, Lakeview, Mountain Center, Pine Cove, Sage, San […]

KOYT 96.3 community radio membership drive underway

KOYT 96.3 community radio membership drive underway

The KOYT 96.3 radio station crew kicked off their annual membership Saturday, April 2, at the station’s studios on Highway 371 in Anza. The board offered members and visitors an opportunity to see the new studios and engineering room where new programming will be created. The nonprofit community radio station recently began broadcasting 24 hours […]

Anderson urges nonprofit to address plan to protect students’ information

EL CAJON – As a result of the Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Association (MHCP) vs. California Department of Education case, Senator Joel Anderson sent a letter to MHCPA, urging them to take precautions in protecting former and current student’s data and identity: Parents and former students over the age of 18 can object to the court’s ruling before April 1, […]

Cottonwood School students win national hand washing award

Cottonwood School students win national hand washing award

Cottonwood Middle School Associated Student Body leaders created a “Mister Bubble” program urging other students throughout the Hemet Unified School District to wash their hands for health, winning a national award from the Healthy Schools, Healthy People, it’s a SNAP program. The poster and hand washing project won the Runner Up Award from the School […]

The Colorado Desert Archaeology Society and Anza-Borrego Desert State Park to host Archaeology Weekend

ANZA BORREGO – Join the Colorado Desert Archaeology Society and Anza-Borrego Desert State Park for a weekend filled with the archaeology found in this beautiful desert. Events will be happening Saturday and Sunday, April 2 and 3, outside of the Visitor Center. Presentations will be happening in the Discovery Lab inside the Visitor Center Saturday, and […]

New courses, summer school dates set by HUSD

The Hemet Unified School District Board of Trustees approved a number of new courses for students attending elementary, middle and high schools in the district and set summer school dates for Hamilton High School at the regular March 1 meeting. Most of the new courses are for one year with some classes added because of […]

Search for new HUSD Superintendent begins

The Hemet Unified School District Trustees have begun the search for a new superintendent of schools to replace retiring Superintendent Barry L. Kayrell after interviewing two recruiting firms at their special board meeting called on March 1. A Board of Trustees special meeting was called on Tuesday, March 1, at 1:30 p.m. for a presentation by HUSD Superintendent […]

HUSD teacher, employee salary and benefit agreements negotiated

The Hemet Teachers Association and the California School Employees Association representing the non-credentialed classified employees in the Hemet Unified School District have favorably settled salary and benefit negotiations with the school district. The agreements include the teachers and classified employees of all the district’s schools including Anza’s Hamilton High School, Hamilton (K-8) School and Aguanga’s […]

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