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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.

Local students partner with Chevron mentors to invent technologies

Several "disruptions" occurred at a high school event at Richmond Memorial Auditorium on Thursday. One involved an idea for a smartphone app that can track classroom performance and then pair students with specific tutors when...
'The Science of Skateboard Physics' set for Nichol Park Wednesday

‘The Science of Skateboard Physics’ set for Nichol Park Wednesday

The Nichol Park skateboard park in Richmond will host "The Science of Skateboard Physics" this Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The annual event, presented by Richmond Library Teens in collaboration with Richmond Parks...
Kennedy High teacher challenges staff, students to powerlifting competition

Kennedy High teacher challenges students to powerlifting competition

Sal Morabito, the beloved special education teacher and perpetual booster at Kennedy High, had some strong words for his colleagues and students on Monday. He's challenging the school's staff and students to a powerlifting competition...
Oakland Raiders to visit Verde Elementary for junior training camp

Oakland Raiders to visit Verde Elementary for junior training camp

Several members of the Oakland Raiders are scheduled to visit Verde Elementary in North Richmond on Thursday, May 25 for a junior training camp with students. The camp's arrival is both a reward and incentive...
The Potential Project unveils 29 student-led projects

The Potential Project unveils 29 student-led efforts

Proving its potential, a project in Richmond that has groups of local students deciding how to spend $500 on improving their school has grown exponentially in the last three years. On Friday, dozens of students...
Grant-funded student projects to improve education to be unveiled Friday

Local student projects to improve education set for Friday unveiling

Thirty student-led projects funded through the third annual Potential Project will be showcased Friday at Living Hope Neighborhood Church in Richmond. The exhibition runs from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the church located at...
Kenneth Walker III to hold free camp for local kids in June

Kenneth Walker III to hold free camp for local kids in June

Kenneth Walker, an alum of both Kennedy High and UCLA and star athlete at both schools, was signed late last month as an undrafted free agent by the Jacksonville Jaguars. But don't worry, the oft-charitable...
Serra Adult School supporters rally against school's planned relocation

Serra Adult School supporters rally against proposed relocation

by Mike Kinney Staff, teachers, students and supporters of Serra Adult School are opposing a proposal by the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) to relocate their school’s programs to make room for the...
Building & Construction Trades Career Fair geared toward high school students

Building & Construction Trades Career Fair geared toward high school students

High school students are encouraged to attend a Building & Construction Trades Career Fair on Saturday, May 20 at Lovonya DeJean Middle School, 3400 Macdonald Ave. in Richmond. The free fair, which runs from 11...
De Anza High graduate a keynote speaker at Richmond youth summit on Wednesday

Inspiring De Anza High grad to speak at Richmond youth summit

Robin Lόpez was once like many of his peers growing up in Richmond and San Pablo, suffering from what he called a "misguided trajectory." But the 28-year-old De Anza High graduate has since become an...

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El Cerrito High coach, athletic director George Austin dies

El Cerrito High coach, athletic director George Austin dies

The community is in mourning following the death of El Cerrito High football coach and athletic director George Austin. The cause of Austin's death, or...
Gayle McLaughlin quits Richmond council to run for lieutenant governor

Gayle McLaughlin quits Richmond council to run for lieutenant governor

Richmond has struggled annually to balance its budget and to keep up with potholes, graffiti and litter amid a 20-percent reduction in city staff...