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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 Virtual Rec Center helps alleviate shelter-at-home doldrums

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...
College financial aid forms now part of Kennedy High curriculum

Richmond Promise application deadline is this Friday

The Richmond Promise Scholarship application is due this Friday, and there is still plenty of time for students to apply. Students needing help filling out the application can email [email protected] and/or attend a last-minute deadline...

WCCUSD students inspire at Chevron Richmond scholarship ceremony

When Sukari Wright’s mother gave her The Dream Keeper by Langston Hughes, her life changed. The Middle College High senior was 12 years old at the time, and “it was the first book I...
CCC Foundation partners with Richmond Promise to boost scholarships

Middle College High named 2019 Distinguished School

Middle College High was one of seven schools in Contra Costa County, and among 162 middle and high schools in the state, to be named as a 2019 Distinguished School by State Superintendent of...
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50 local industry professionals help judge WCCUSD STEM Fair

The East Bay is filled with scientists. For scientific proof of this, observe the judging portion of the annual West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) Secondary STEM Fair. Last week, about 50 local professionals...

Summit K2 juniors channel Don Draper to effect change

Mad Men? Almost. Teen students at Summit K2 in El Cerrito recently exercised their inner Don Draper (the professional one, not the martini drinking one) in coming up with advertising pitches in their Advanced Placement...

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East Richmond Heights shines at Saturday Fest

East Richmond Heights shines at Saturday Fest

By Kathy Chouteau The beauty of the East Richmond Heights neighborhood and its people were on full display Saturday when residents and the local Gyuto...