Saturday, June 15, 2019

Education

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Richmond synagogue teams with Interfaith Council to feed families during spring break

Richmond synagogue teams with Interfaith Council to feed families during spring break

Volunteers at Richmond's lone synagogue, Temple Beth Hillel, packed boxes filled with food Tuesday in order to feed as many as 90 local, low-income families during next week's spring break, when kids cannot access...
Richmond's Little Free Libraries project offers community free access to books

Richmond’s Little Free Libraries project cool way to offer community access to free books

For Richmond's Kathy Chouteau penned a great piece this week about "Richmond's Little Free Libraries," a grassroots project to install small wooden boxes around town containing books that are free for community members to borrow. The...
West County schools featured in AP article about preparing kids for online state tests

West County schools featured in AP article about preparing kids for online state tests

Kids as young as 5 are learning basic computer skills in U.S. classrooms, skills they will need in order to excel on standardized tests that are now being offered online by a majority of...
Mira Vista School wins Jamba Juice grant to bolster garden program

Mira Vista School wins Jamba Juice grant to bolster garden program

After planting the seeds, local students are getting to watch their gardens grow. The budding garden program at Richmond's Mira Vista School will further flourish thanks to a $1,500 grant from Jamba Juice, officials said. Jamba...
Check out this week’s WCCUSD sports schedule

WCCUSD athletics schedule for this week

The West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) has released its weekly athletics schedule: (Click to enlarge schedules).
Adored Richmond principal a Teach For America success story

Adored Richmond principal a Teach For America success story

When students are searching for an adult at school they can relate to, they don’t often head to the principal’s office. That’s not true at Montalvin Manor Elementary School in Richmond, where Latina principal Katherine...
Kennedy High senior Luis Nunez honored for his work with special education students

Kennedy High senior Luis Nunez honored for his work with special education students

Kennedy High senior Luis Nunez is excelling at school, but not without ensuring that others who are less able than him also have a chance to succeed. Earlier this month, Nunez received the Jake Rockeman...
Prestigious speaker line-up announced for Richmond summit connecting youth to STEM careers

Prestigious speaker line-up announced for Richmond summit connecting youth to STEM careers

Here it is, folks. The full lineup of  speakers has been announced for the highly-anticipated Richmond summit on April 30 that aims to prep West County youth for careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering...
First day of school for WCCUSD is Aug. 24; here are tips to help your child succeed

Video! Watch ‘real men’ read at North Richmond’s Verde Elementary as part of literacy...

We told you last week about an impressive literacy program at North Richmond's Verde Elementary School called "Real Men Read," which has men from the community volunteering their time every month to read to...
Local students will learn to code at one of two UC Berkeley summer camp opportunities

Local students will learn how to code at UC Berkeley summer camp

Local students are encouraged to apply to attend a UC Berkeley camp this summer to learn how to code, build simple websites and apps, and understand network vulnerability and protection. West County students headed into...

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Red Bay Coffee celebrates grand opening

By Kathy Chouteau Red Bay Coffee Roasters, the first coffee shop to swing open its doors in downtown Richmond in two decades, has officially opened...
Contra Costa County food pantry open to all students

Contra Costa College food pantry open to all students

Did you know that Contra Costa College keeps a food pantry open to all students, regardless of income, because, "groceries are expensive!" Any enrolled student...
New Ace Hardware store to open in Pinole

New Ace Hardware store to open in Pinole

A new Ace Hardware store will open in Pinole on Aug. 8, with a grand opening slated for Sept. 13-15. The store will open in...