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Education

We’ve got you covered for education-related news in Richmond, CA. Find articles related to schools, scholarships and school districts in Richmond below.

Some WCCUSD parents to get 'extra credit' for graduating from Parent University program

Nearly all West County schools get boost from Chamberlin Gratitude Grants program

While technology is vastly changing the way students learn in classrooms, with some schools equipping their students with iPads, many West County public school teachers struggle to equip their pupils with basic materials like...
Important week in WCCUSD spring sports

Important week in WCCUSD spring sports

The West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) has released its weekly athletics schedule: (Click to enlarge schedules).
Donations sought for kids free play programs at Iron Triangle parks

Donations sought for kids free play programs at Iron Triangle parks

With no summer school options in the Iron Triangle and few programs available for thousands of local children, the nonprofit Pogo Park is asking community members to donate to the free summer play programs...
More details released on free smoke alarm program in North Richmond

More details released on free smoke alarm program in North Richmond

Earlier this month, we told you how American Red Cross representatives and fire officials will begin installing free smoke alarms in North Richmond homes this Saturday as part of a five-year goal to reduce...

El Sobrante native and CEO to write about tech diversity in new Forbes blog

Will Hayes, an El Sobrante native and the CEO of San Francisco-based enterprise search company Lucidworks, is now penning a blog in Forbes that will in part examine diversity in the tech industry. Check out...
Salesian alum Mariya Moore invited to try out for USA Basketball U-19 team

Salesian alum Mariya Moore invited to try out for USA Basketball U-19 team

Salesian alum Mariya Moore is among 34 basketball stars in the nation to have been invited to try out for the 12-member USA Basketball Women's U-19 team, which will compete in Russia in July,...

De Anza High wins Gold Ribbon award for academic success

De Anza High is one of 180 high schools in California to have won a Gold Ribbon Schools Award, a new statewide honor recognizing innovative academic achievement, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson...
Richmond teen wins congressional art competition for self-portrait

Richmond teen wins congressional art competition for self-portrait

Congressman Mark DeSaulnier announced Tuesday that Charles Alston of Richmond won the grand prize of the 2015 11th Congressional District High School Art Competition. Alston's impressive oil-based painting entitled "Self-Portrait" (shown above) will be showcased...
Kennedy High 'all-star teacher' finalist Ian Bader wins $2,000 for school

Final week to cast online vote for Kennedy High teacher, help school win $20,000

Last month, we told you all about veteran Kennedy High teacher Ian Bader, whose passion and ability to connect with students have made him one of five finalists for the 2015 Comcast SportsNet All-Star...
WCCUSD athletics: TCAL championship tournaments in four sports this week

WCCUSD athletics: TCAL championship tournaments in four sports this week

The West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) has released its weekly athletics schedule: (Click to enlarge schedule).

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Residents invited to workshop to envision Point Molate's future

Residents invited to workshop to envision Point Molate’s future

The city of Richmond is seeking community input on how best to use the land at Point Molate for the benefit of all residents...
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Chevron Stations Inc. to hold job fair in Richmond on Friday, June 22

Chevron Stations Inc. is holding a job fair in Richmond on Friday, June 22 as the company searches to fill positions for Customer Service...
Richmond suing Trump over sanctuary cities executive order

Richmond considers declaring homeless problem a ‘crisis’

At its meeting Tuesday, the Richmond City Council is set to discuss whether to declare the city's homeless problem a "public health crisis" and...