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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.

RYSE Center's Winter Wonderland on Saturday features food, music, toy and shirt giveaway

Educators, experts to convene at RYSE Center Monday to address school-to-prison pipeline

In honor of National Day of Action, Bay Area educators, advocates and experts will convene at Richmond's RYSE Center on Monday for the first "Education Not Incarceration" event. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at...
Kennedy High's JV football team have outscored opponents 242-0 in five games

Kennedy High’s JV football team has outscored opponents 242-0 in five games

The future of the Kennedy High football program sure looks bright. We just got word from Sal Morabito, a special ed teacher and staunch Eagles supporter, that the Kennedy High junior varsity football team is...
Online fundraiser launched for longtime Richmond High teacher battling cancer

Community rallies in support of longtime Richmond High teacher battling cancer

The community is rallying in support of a beloved veteran teacher at Richmond High who was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer. Zach Shrieve, who also coaches the Contra Costa College women's volleyball team, went to...

Chevron funds nation’s largest K-12 campus fab lab at Kennedy High in Richmond

A majority of the adults could not make heads or tails of the advanced technology featured at the brand new Richmond Fab Lab at Kennedy High, which had its grand opening on Tuesday. Thankfully, local...
Contra Costa County HS football players asked to join NFL-inspired 'No More' campaign

Contra Costa County HS football players asked to join NFL-inspired ‘No More’ campaign

Inspired by the NFL's "No More" campaign that aired during games last season, Contra Costa County is launching its own public service announcement by asking local high school football players to similarly speak out...
First day of school for WCCUSD is Aug. 24; here are tips to help your child succeed

Verde Elementary encouraging adult mentors to head ‘Back to School’ Friday to read to...

At Verde Elementary School in North Richmond, students aren't the only ones who've returned to school. As part of a relatively new literacy program, adult mentors in the community are also heading back into...
New mom empowerment group to hold first event at Nevin Park

Back to School event at Nevin Center Park Tuesday offering free dinner, school supplies...

Bay Area Rescue Mission, the Richmond-based nonprofit providing food, shelter, and assistance toward self-sufficiency for the Bay Area’s homeless, is set to host a Back to School celebration for local K-12 students on Tuesday. The...
About 600 people expected to attend free Getting Ready for College Conference in Richmond Saturday

About 600 people expected at Getting Ready for College Conference in Richmond Saturday

The Getting Ready for College Conference, which is free and open to all 10th, 11th and 12th graders and their parents in the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD), will be held Saturday...

Salesian raising funds for Middletown High

Salesian College Preparatory has launched a fundraising effort for its "longtime friends and sports rivals" at Middletown High School, who have been heavily impacted by the massive Valley Fire. Salesian posted a notice on Facebook...

Recent Kennedy High grad using successful business to help build gardens at the school

A 22-year-old Richmond man who runs a successful and growing tree services company credits some of his teachers at Kennedy High for helping to plant seeds that would help inspire his business. And now, four...

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WCCUSD board votes to maintain SRO funding, staff levels

WCCUSD to maintain SRO funding, staffing levels

Proposals to reduce funding levels for school resource officers (SRO) at West Contra Costa Unified schools failed to gain traction at Wednesday's Board of...
Groundbreaking ceremony set for 42-unit North Richmond project

Groundbreaking ceremony set for 42-unit North Richmond development

A groundbreaking ceremony is set for Thursday, May 3 for the Heritage House, a 42-unit multifamily affordable housing development that will be built on...
Free, family-friendly Water Safety Day set for Richmond Swim Center

Free, family-friendly Water Safety Day set for Richmond Swim Center

The community is invited to attend a free Water Safety Day this Sunday, April 29 at the Richmond Swim Center, 4300 Cutting Blvd. From noon...