Friday, January 17, 2020

Education

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Chevron and the Oakland A’s Team Up to Teach Local Youth Baseball and Science

The home field of the Oakland A’s at the O.co Coliseum became a field of dreams on Tuesday afternoon for more than 100 Richmond kids who participated in a baseball clinic led by former Major...

West County Students and Teachers Discover Engineering at CSU East Bay Camp

Students and teachers from the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) got a taste of college life during a week-long summer engineering program held last week at California State University East Bay (CSUEB). The...
Community chips in to send 10 North Richmond youth to rodeo

Community chips in to send 10 North Richmond youth to rodeo

Local community members' charitable donations sent 10 North Richmond youth to the rodeo on Sunday. Community advocates Rodney Alamo Brown, Andre Bean, Andreena Richardson and The Sons of Issachar raised funds to offer youth from...
Check out this week’s WCCUSD sports schedule

Check out this week’s WCCUSD sports schedule

The West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) has released its weekly sports schedule (Click to enlarge schedule):
National Public Radio aired a great segment Thursday about Betty Reid Soskin, who at age 92 is the oldest national park ranger.

Film Documents Lives of Bay Area Children During World War II

A new film documenting the lives of Bay Area children during World War II will be previewed at the Visitor Education Center of the Rosie the Riveter National Historical Park on July 11. The film...
Kennedy High 'all-star teacher' finalist Ian Bader wins $2,000 for school

Kennedy High all-star teacher finalist Ian Bader wins $2,000 for school

Veteran Kennedy High teacher Ian Bader, who was named as one of five finalists for the 2015 Comcast SportsNet All-Star Teacher Award, unfortunately did not win the contest's grand prize of $20,000 that would...
Parents, here's an opportunity to learn more about Salesian College Preparatory

Parents, here’s an opportunity to learn more about Salesian College Preparatory

Salesian College Preparatory is hosting an informational meeting Wednesday night for prospective student families and anyone interested in learning more about the education offered by the school. The meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at the...
Kennedy High students to receive free one-on-one writing instruction starting Friday.

Kennedy High students to receive free one-on-one writing instruction starting Friday

A new program at Kennedy High that has community volunteers providing free, one-one-one writing instruction to students is starting Friday. The highly-touted WriterCoach Connection program recruits and trains community volunteers -- including parents, lawyers, university students,...
Richmond Swim Center likely to reopen to public in late October, city officials say

Renovated Richmond Swim Center scheduled to be completed in mid-July

This new pool aims to blow the old one out of the water. A major rehabilitation of the Richmond Swim Center is scheduled to be completed in mid-July, city officials said. The public pool on the...
Richmond students selected as Buck Fellows will receive expert guidance

Richmond students selected as Buck Fellows will receive expert guidance

Two juniors from Richmond's Leadership Public School have been selected to the inaugural class of Buck Fellows, which means they'll be advised for the final two years of high school by highly regarded mentors. Sergio...

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What should San Pablo’s slogan be in 2020?

Time for a game of ad lib. Fill in the blank: "San Pablo 2020: The Year of ____." At its meeting Monday, the San Pablo...
Armistice Brewing Company plans to expand taproom, beer garden

Richmond brewery launches comedy show

Another opportunity for live comedy is coming to Richmond. Armistice Brewing Company announced today it is planning to host its first "Barrel of Laughs...

La Selva Taqueria’s wild side

By Kathy Chouteau Eater SF recently named La Selva Taqueria on a list of "destination-worthy tacos." But what we're here to talk about is the...