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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.

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...
Richmond student-athletes celebrated after accepting college scholarships

Richmond student-athletes celebrated after accepting college scholarships

These student-athletes have been the talk of the town this week. All four of the young men from Richmond have accepted college football scholarships, and on Wednesday night more than 100 people attended their...
WCCUSD to add Mandarin immersion program in Richmond next school year

WCCUSD substitute teachers get pay raise

For the first time in at least five years, substitute teachers in the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) received a pay increase of $18 per day. The pay increase became effective Wednesday, district...
Bay Area farm-to-table chefs serving local schools this week

Bay Area farm-to-table chefs serving local schools this week

Cafeteria food at local schools might never be the same after this week. From Monday through Friday, students at Peres Elementary in Richmond and Madera Elementary in El Cerrito are tasting breakfasts and lunches prepared...
Reminder students! Applications for Potential Project grants due by Monday, Jan. 23

Reminder students! Potential Project grant applications due by Jan. 23

Applications for the third annual Potential Project -- which supplies youth teams from West Contra Costa Unified schools with grants of up to $500 to develop creative solutions to improve their education -- ends...
Application deadline extended for Chevron's Dr. William F. King college scholarships

Application deadline extended for Chevron’s Dr. William F. King college scholarship program

The application deadline has been extended to Jan. 13 for high school seniors interested in obtaining a Chevron Richmond Black Employee Network (BEN) scholarship. Since 2004, the Dr. William F. King Scholarship program has provided...

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