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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.

A year from now, a few impressive Richmond school campuses are slated to open following years of planning and tens of millions of dollars in investments

A year from now, these modern Richmond school campuses are slated to be completed

About a year from now, construction on two impressive Richmond school developments is slated to be completed following years of planning and tens of millions of dollars in investments, according to the West Contra...
Richmond Arts and Culture Commission announce winners of youth poetry contest

Richmond Arts and Culture Commission announces winners of youth poetry contest

There are so many talented Richmond poets, and here's how we know it. On Wednesday, the Richmond Arts and Culture Commission (RACC) announced the winners of the 2015 Richmond Writes! Poetry Contest, which encourages students...
Upcoming Richmond job fair aims to 'break barriers to employment'

West County teens can tap resources, advice at Hercules Library summer jobs fair Tuesday

West County teens will receive advice on how to search for jobs, interview for them and what is expected after they are hired at a summer jobs fair at Hercules Library, 109 Civic Dr., on...
Architectural firm SHoP wins design ideas exercise for Berkeley Global Campus

New York firm SHoP wins design ideas exercise for the Berkeley Global Campus at...

SHoP Architects, the New York firm that designed the Brooklyn Nets' home stadium, won the Design Ideas Exercise for the University of California's Berkeley Global Campus in Richmond Bay, the firm announced Thursday. The firm...
Local group seeks donations to send 22 more Richmond youth to Legislative Day in Sacramento

Donations needed to send 22 more Richmond youth to Legislative Day in Sacramento

A local group that helps black women become politically active is seeking to raise funds to send additional Richmond youth to Legislation Learning Day in Sacramento on April 15, according to community advocate Rodney...
Council votes to include charter and private schools in Richmond Promise, sets award amount

These 68 West County high school seniors will share $160,000 in college scholarships

A bright group of 68 students from West Contra Costa County's public schools with share $160,000 worth of college scholarships from The Ed Fund, which provides much-needed funding for local public education. The 68 high...
Richmond symposium to educate youth on rights when encountering police, and proper decorum

Richmond symposium to educate youth on rights when encountering police, and proper decorum

A youth symposium at a Richmond church this Saturday will bring together elected officials, attorneys, religious leaders, educators and other influential groups with the aim of educating young people on their rights when encountering...

Volunteer Ruth Peritz honored for working with special ed students in Kennedy High gardens

On a weekly basis, retired educator Ruth Peritz heads over to Kennedy High to tend to the school garden, but she's not only making sure the vegetable plants grow. School officials are lauding Peritz for...
Salesian girls basketball coach named Coach of the Year

Salesian girls basketball coach named Coach of the Year

Steve Pezzola, head coach of the powerhouse Salesian College Preparatory girls basketball team, has been named the NorCal Preps Division IV Girls Basketball Coach of the Year. Pezzola led the team to a 28-4 record...
WCCUSD's 23rd Nutrition, Health and Fitness Festival at Nystrom Elementary Friday

WCCUSD’s annual Nutrition, Health and Fitness Festival to be held in Richmond

An annual school district event that has for more than two decades tackled childhood obesity by promoting healthy lifestyles to local families will take place again Thursday at Highland Elementary School in Richmond, the...

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Richmond community encouraged to 'fill a bag, feed a family' by Dec. 18

Richmond community encouraged to ‘fill a bag, feed a family’ by Dec. 18

Community members are encouraged to "fill a bag, feed a family" as part of the 2nd Annual Holiday Food Drive benefiting the Iron Triangle-based...
Richmond man shot by BART police recovering

Richmond man shot by BART police recovering

The man who was shot by BART police near Richmond station last week has been identified as 21-year-old Jeremiah Witherspoon, who is recovering from...
Mayor recounts Hotel Mac's role in 'Annual Turkey Shoot'

Mayor recounts Hotel Mac’s role in ‘Annual Turkey Shoot’

Organizers of the Point Richmond Annual Turkey Shoot appear compelled to remind people that "no turkeys are harmed during this event." Recently, Mayor Tom Butt...