Friday, April 19, 2019

Education

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National Library Week inspires pilot program at San Pablo schools

National Library Week inspires pilot program at San Pablo schools

This week in celebration of National Library Week, one San Pablo school per day is receiving the gift of books along with a visit by San Pablo community leaders and police personnel, including mascot...
MESA program in East Bay creates future STEM professionals

MESA program in East Bay creates future STEM professionals

Building a functional model glider is difficult enough. Getting one that will, after takeoff, make a right turn at just the right degree and then land a specified distance from the launch area? Aerodynamics is...
Forget the trip to San Francisco -- watch a musical right here in Richmond.

Salesian invites community to The All Night Strut

Don't have to head to San Francisco -- catch a good musical right here in Richmond. The talented Salesian College Preparatory drama department is inviting the community to its Spring musical: The All Night Strut. Shows...
477 Salesian students, staff participate in day of community service

477 Salesian students, staff join day of community service

A healthy dose of youthfulness entered Brookside Senior Living Solutions on Friday. Yes, the residents of the San Pablo senior center are young at heart. They are even more so when students from nearby Salesian...
Richmond announces poetry contest winners

Richmond announces poetry contest winners

Winners have been announced for the 9th annual Richmond Writes! Poetry Contest, which celebrates National Poetry Month. Over the years, hundreds of students in the West Contra Costa Unified School District have engaged in the...
Japanese students' annual visit to Kennedy High forms important bonds

Japanese students’ annual visit to Kennedy High forms important bonds

Soccer isn’t just an international sport – it’s an international language. That was apparent at Kennedy High on Tuesday, when eight students from Shimada, Japan, toured the school as part of a sister city relationship...
Richmond offering affordable Spring Break camp for K-6

Richmond offering affordable Spring Break camp for K-6

Richmond families are being offered an affordable Spring Break camp for children from Kindergarten through 6th grade. The citywide camp will take place at the Richmond Recreation Complex, 3230 Macdonald Ave., from Monday, April 1,...

Pinole principal ‘a learning leader’

By Natalie Walchuk of Go Public Schools West Contra Costa If you ask Principal Dan MacDonald about the secret sauce behind the rising student achievement levels at Shannon Elementary, he’ll smile at you and tell you...
3rd Annual Art in March set for DeJean Middle School

3rd Annual Art in March Extravaganza set for DeJean Middle School

Art is everywhere. And to prove that, folks from all corners of the Richmond community are coming together to hold an ultra-fun and educational Art in March Extravaganza at DeJean Middle School on Saturday,...
Judge approves WCCUSD trustee area map, ending litigation

Judge approves WCCUSD trustee area map, ending litigation

A Contra Costa County Superior Court judge today approved a map creating trustee areas in the West Contra Costa Unified School District, a crucial step in changing the way voters will elect members of...

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County hiring teaching staff for Head Start Program

County hiring teaching staff for Head Start Program

Interested in a career in early education? The Community Services Bureau (CSB) of Contra Costa County Employment and Human Services Department invites you to apply...
Point Richmond Social Club has opened at 401 S. Garrard Blvd.

Highly-anticipated Point Richmond Social Club opens

The wait is over. You can now access a fresh cup of Catahoula Coffee daily in Point Richmond -- and also delicious beer and locally-sourced...

The Richmond history of the actor who lit up Lady Liberty

In 1886, a colorful man with a colorful past that included managing the Richmond Opera House used his fortune to light the Statue of...