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December 12, 1994 | FRANK B. WILLIAMS
Riverside County, which has had breakfast programs at most of its 22 districts for about four years, has 14 high-need schools without a program. Some are continuation high schools, specialized schools for disabled children, or have small enrollments. In Moreno Valley, a small student body makes breakfast economically impractical at two of the three schools without a program, says food services director Lia Robinson.
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December 13, 2013 | By Jason Wells and Robert J. Lopez
The arrest of 25 students at two Riverside County high schools on Thursday came as a result of two deputies spending a semester undercover on the campuses, officials said. What they uncovered led to the arrests at Perris High School in Perris and Paloma Valley High School in Menifee, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department said. Investigators seized marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, hashish and prescription pills, the department said in a statement. Perris Union High School District Supt.
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April 1, 1997 | From Associated Press
School officials who are upset over a student's trophy-winning condom reliability experiment said the science fair project wasn't compatible with the district's sex education philosophy emphasizing abstinence. The Coachella Valley Unified School District withdrew Shari Lo's project from the upcoming regional competition even though she qualified two weeks ago with a sweepstakes trophy at the district science fair. Supt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 2, 2013 | By Robert J. Lopez
Two youths charged with statutory rape and other crimes at a Riverside County high school are scheduled to appear Thursday in Juvenile Court. The suspects, ages 15 and 16, attacked a girl Sept. 25 at Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Eastvale, according to law enforcement authorities. The assault took place after classes ended. The youths have been charged with one count each of statutory rape, sodomy by force in concert, sexual battery and oral copulation by force, said John Hall, spokesman for the Riverside County district attorney's office.
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April 22, 1990 | TED JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Besides a dozen or so large ranch houses and a few scattered neighborhoods, south Corona is a land of tree farms, lemon and orange groves and well-weathered roads. But within the next 20 years, city officials say, it will be the site of Corona's newest planned communities, with a total of up to 12,500 homes stretching south into the lower Santa Ana foothills.
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October 2, 2013 | By Robert J. Lopez
Two youths charged with statutory rape and other crimes at a Riverside County high school are scheduled to appear Thursday in Juvenile Court. The suspects, ages 15 and 16, attacked a girl Sept. 25 at Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Eastvale, according to law enforcement authorities. The assault took place after classes ended. The youths have been charged with one count each of statutory rape, sodomy by force in concert, sexual battery and oral copulation by force, said John Hall, spokesman for the Riverside County district attorney's office.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 13, 2013 | By Jason Wells and Robert J. Lopez
The arrest of 25 students at two Riverside County high schools on Thursday came as a result of two deputies spending a semester undercover on the campuses, officials said. What they uncovered led to the arrests at Perris High School in Perris and Paloma Valley High School in Menifee, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department said. Investigators seized marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, hashish and prescription pills, the department said in a statement. Perris Union High School District Supt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 2010 | By David Kelly
After being pulled from the shelves for what some saw as racy content, Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary may have the last word in Menifee. A committee of parents, teachers and administrators decided Tuesday to return the dictionaries to the fourth- and fifth-grade classrooms at Oak Meadows Elementary School just days after they were removed over complaints about entries detailing references to various types of oral sex. "The dictionary...
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November 26, 2004
The following schedule will be in effect today in the Inland Empire in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Riverside County Schools: No classes will be held at public schools, UC Riverside, Riverside Community College, College of the Desert, Mt. San Jacinto College or Palo Verde College. Trash collection: Trash pickup will be delayed a day. Government: City, county and federal offices and courts will be closed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 2010 | By David Kelly
After being pulled from the shelves for what some saw as racy content, Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary may have the last word in Menifee. A committee of parents, teachers and administrators decided Tuesday to return the dictionaries to the fourth- and fifth-grade classrooms at Oak Meadows Elementary School just days after they were removed over complaints about entries detailing references to various types of oral sex. "The dictionary...
NEWS
April 1, 1997 | From Associated Press
School officials who are upset over a student's trophy-winning condom reliability experiment said the science fair project wasn't compatible with the district's sex education philosophy emphasizing abstinence. The Coachella Valley Unified School District withdrew Shari Lo's project from the upcoming regional competition even though she qualified two weeks ago with a sweepstakes trophy at the district science fair. Supt.
NEWS
December 12, 1994 | FRANK B. WILLIAMS
Riverside County, which has had breakfast programs at most of its 22 districts for about four years, has 14 high-need schools without a program. Some are continuation high schools, specialized schools for disabled children, or have small enrollments. In Moreno Valley, a small student body makes breakfast economically impractical at two of the three schools without a program, says food services director Lia Robinson.
NEWS
April 22, 1990 | TED JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Besides a dozen or so large ranch houses and a few scattered neighborhoods, south Corona is a land of tree farms, lemon and orange groves and well-weathered roads. But within the next 20 years, city officials say, it will be the site of Corona's newest planned communities, with a total of up to 12,500 homes stretching south into the lower Santa Ana foothills.
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