Monday, June 24, 2019

Education

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Local elementary schools find success on basketball court

New league a swish for local elementary schools

In the end, the final score -- 24-17 -- failed to fully capture the championship game’s drama and importance. The Coronado Elementary Cougars, who were the defending league champs, had, in fact, found itself trailing...
From student to principal at Richmond school

From student to principal at Richmond school

A former student at St. David School in Richmond has become its principal. Kenneth Deshone Farr II first stepped foot on the St. David School campus at 871 Sonoma St. in 1997, when he started...
Discovering your voice at The Practice Space

Discovering your voice at The Practice Space

The term "stage fright" doesn’t quite cover it. Whether it’s in front of many people at a conference, or just one person at a job interview, speaking clearly and engagingly is as challenging as...
Youth to showcase efforts to address local health disparities

Youth to showcase efforts to address local health disparities

Local youth groups are set to showcase how they are creating positive community change by hosting a free event at the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday. From 5:30 p.m. to 7:30...
Verde Elementary invites community to unveiling of art projects

Verde Elementary invites community to unveiling of art projects

Students at Verde Elementary in North Richmond are inviting the community to the unveiling this Saturday of two new completed art projects on the campus, and also to the Verde Family Fair. The event starts...

Kennedy High special ed students finish another beautification phase

Kennedy High special education students have completed their second phase of a project beautifying the campus entrance. We have told you in the past about all the work special education teacher Sal Morabito's students have...
Kennedy High hosts 1st Invitational Special Education Track Meet

Kennedy High hosts 1st Invitational Special Education Track Meet

It may have flown by as quick as 100-meter dash. But it was such a good experience, it's coming back next year. Last Friday, Kennedy High and El Cerrito High jointly held the 1st Invitational...
LL Cool J visits Making Waves Academy in Richmond

LL COOL J visits Making Waves Academy in Richmond

Know who’s cool? LL COOL J. Not just because he’s a famous two-time Grammy Award winning recording artist, prolific actor, author and entrepreneur. But also because he does things like he did on Wednesday:...
LL Cool J visits Making Waves Academy in Richmond

LL COOL J visits Making Waves Academy in Richmond

Know who’s cool? LL COOL J. Not just because he’s a famous two-time Grammy Award winning recording artist, prolific actor, author and entrepreneur. But also because he does things like he did on Wednesday:...

WCCUSD unveils graduation schedule

Every year, students and families await the announcement with high anticipation: The schedule for upcoming high school graduations. The West Contra Costa Unified School District has released that schedule in the form of a nifty...

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Richmond mayor seeks suggestions for naming ferry terminal

Richmond mayor: Weekend ferry service should begin in August

Weekend Richmond Ferry service should begin starting in August, Richmond Mayor Tom Butt announced today. The mayor, who long advocated for the new ferry terminal,...

Bank of America names Richmond High senior ‘Student Leader’

Navigating high school isn't easy. But Richmond High senior Ryan Saechao has still found time to serve on student councils and volunteer at a...

‘Where’s Pablo?’ off to a great start

Hannia (pictured above), an incoming sixth grader, was inspired to visit all 23 businesses in one day to collect Where’s Pablo playing cards. Her...