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

Caliber Schools to hold ‘Children’s March’ at Richmond campus Friday

Inspired by the massive Women's Marches last weekend, students at an elementary school in Richmond are set to participate in a Children's March on their campus Friday. Students in kindergarten, first and second grades...
Op-Ed: Data-driven solutions needed to close WCCUSD student achievement gaps

Opinion: Data-driven solutions needed to close WCCUSD student achievement gaps

By Natalie Walchuk Every young person is a unique combination of talents, skills, and needs. As a mother of three, I am constantly awed by my childrens’ differences and what each needs to be successful....

Eagle Scout drops off 10,000 school supplies at Verde Elementary

Aryan Ghanadan, a 17-year-old Eagle Scout and senior at Monte Vista High School in Danville, may be the county's busiest young man. In addition to maintaining high grades and juggling the college application process, Ghanadan...
Kennedy High grad wins national science scholarship.

Kennedy High grad wins national science scholarship

Kennedy High graduate Nancy Ng is a chemical engineering major at UC Davis. If somehow that fact alone fails to impress, consider that the freshman recently became one of 30 science students in the nation...
Pinole Middle student arrested for handgun on campus

Pinole Middle School student arrested for handgun on campus

A student at Pinole Middle School was arrested earlier today after allegedly possessing a handgun at school. Just before 11 a.m., students told a teacher at the school at 1575 Mann Drive that they saw...
St. David School invites community to annual Pasta Feed this Saturday

St. David School invites community to annual Pasta Feed this Saturday

St. David School is holding its annual Pasta Feed this Saturday, Feb. 11, starting at 6 p.m. The cost is $10 for kids and $15 for adults, and tickets for the event can be purchased...

Richmond schools embrace No Place for Hate

By Zach Chouteau No Place for Hate, a thoughtful initiative by the Anti-Defamation League focused on preventing racial bias and bullying in schools, sounds like a good idea on paper. But when put into actual...

Richmond High to host college recruitment fair featuring historically black colleges, universities

A number of historically black colleges are taking part in a college recruitment fair at Richmond High School on Friday, Feb. 17, according to the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD). The 2nd Annual...

Local teachers surprised in classrooms with excellence awards

Tiffany Chieudjui, the beloved third-grade teacher at Grant Elementary School in Richmond, was nearly at a loss for words when administrators, colleagues, trustees and members of her family showed up unannounced at her classroom...
Richmond High engineering students tour Chevron engine labs

Richmond High engineering students tour Chevron engine labs

Chevron touts how no competitor produces fuel that is cleaner for engines and lower in emissions. On Wednesday, a few of the company's employees had an opportunity to prove that claim to a group of...

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