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Your guide to WCCUSD graduations over the next two weeks

Over the next two weeks, about 1,800 West Contra Costa Unified seniors will receive their diplomas in graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2016. The district released a handy schedule for all of its ceremonies,...

WriterCoach Connection uplifts learning and community

https://youtu.be/IDtqjEjsRiM Warning that we would be overwhelmed with good stories, Richmond Councilman Vinay Pimple urged the Standard to pay a visit to Richmond High on Wednesday for the final day of the school year for...

Richmond Promise Scholars to be honored at June 2 ceremony

The 375 students who make up the inaugural class of Richmond Promise scholars will be recognized at a ceremony June 2. Congressman Mark DeSaulnier will deliver opening remarks at the event, which takes place from...

Richmond Art Center seeks artists interested in teaching their craft

The Richmond Art Center is looking for practicing artists with teaching experience for opportunities at the center. Anyone interested should bring their resumes and a list of references to an informational event at the art...

Youth program that has been greening Richmond wins grant

A Richmond nonprofit that enlists underserved youth to help green the community while learning environmental education and other skills has won a grant from the Outdoor Foundation, it was announced Thursday. Groundwork Richmond was one...

Partido de San Jose Earthquakes ayuda a enseñar la ciencia del fútbol a la...

Jóvenes de la localidad vivieron un movimiento sísmico en su aprendizaje el miércoles después de asistir a un viaje con todos los gastos pagados al juego en casa de los Terremotos de San José...

WCCUSD: Nearly 85-percent of Class of 2015 earns diploma

Almost 85-percent of West Contra Costa Unified (WCCUSD) students in the Class of 2015 have earned their high school diploma, a 7-percent increase from the previous class, according to the district, citing data released Tuesday by...

200-plus students to publicly announce college choices at Richmond High event

More than 200 West Contra Costa Unified students will publicly announce the colleges they plan to attend at Richmond High on Thursday, the district announced. The event takes place Thursday at 6 p.m. and is...

San Jose Earthquakes game helps teach science of soccer to local youth

Local youth experienced a seismic shift in the way they learn Wednesday after attending an all-expense paid trip to the San Jose Earthquakes home game versus the Houston Dynamos. Over the past few weeks, a half-dozen engineers...
Contra Costa College to host 'Super Saturday' for prospective students

Contra Costa College to host ‘Super Saturday’ for prospective students

Community members interested in learning about what life is like as a Contra Costa College student are encouraged to visit the campus gym on Saturday. The school's fourth annual Super Saturday aims to provide community members with an opportunity...

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Enthusiastic showing for bridge bike-ped path opening

By Kathy Chouteau They say if you build it, they will come. And indeed, they did. Hundreds of cyclists and pedestrians came out en masse...

Richmond Promise Scholar spotlight: Sharon Jackson

Meet the Richmond Promise Scholars, a growing movement of hundreds of students from Richmond and North Richmond who are currently attending over 100 colleges...

We toured a luxury cat hotel in Richmond

Julie Pledger was born and raised in the North & East Neighborhood. She grew up playing at Nicholl Park and going to Moo's Ice...