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  • Thanksgiving Recess

    Redlands Unified is thankful for our families and staff. There are no classes Nov. 19-23. Classes resume Monday, Nov. 26. Please be advised that our District will be closed Nov. 21-23. Happy Thanksgiving!

    For official news and notifications, visit www.redlandsusd.net and follow @RedlandsUSD on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

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  • Redlands Unified School District Board adopts new professional adult/student boundary policy

    November 13, 2018

    Contact:

    Attn: News Desk

    MaryRone Shell, Community Outreach,

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Communication and Social Media Specialist

    No. 2018-13-11-01

    Phone: (909) 307-5300

    Press Release --- Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

    REDLANDS, Calif. – The Redlands Unified School District (RUSD) Board of Trustees took action to adopt a new policy aimed to provide all staff, students, volunteers and community members with information to increase their awareness of their role in protecting children from inappropriate conduct, increase their capacity to maintain appropriate professional boundaries and report suspicions or violations to the proper authorities.

    “Redlands Unified is taking the lead by adopting a new board policy tonight that clarifies professional boundaries and unacceptable conduct by employees and implements stringent consequences for violating these standards,” said Jim O’Neill, RUSD Board President.

    As outlined in the RUSD 2025 vision, the commitment to ensure “Learning in Safe and Secure Environments” requires the Board to continually review, analyze and enhance school safety protocols and procedures.

    This new policy – BP 4019.1 Professional Adult/Student Boundaries, helps outline and identify:

    • General professional standards employees are expected to maintain with students
    • Appearances of impropriety (initial grooming behaviors)
    • Boundary blurring violations
    • Serious misconduct
    • Duty to report
    • Progressive discipline

    “It will take more than our administrators, teachers, employees and students watching for danger signs,” said O’Neill. “If anyone sees, hears about or senses something that is not right between a student and an employee, they should feel safe to immediately report it so that intervention can occur.”

    Report suspected child abuse or neglect to the San Bernardino County Children and Family Services 24-hour hotline, 1 (800) 827-8724.

    For more news and notifications about the Redlands Unified School District, visit our website at www.redlandsusd.net and follow @RedlandsUSD on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.

    For a PDF version of this press release, please click here.

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  • Redlands Unified School District announces arrest of former employee

    November 9, 2018

    Contact:

    Attn: News Desk

    MaryRone Shell, Community Outreach,

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Communication and Social Media Specialist

    No. 2018-08-11-01

    Phone: (909) 307-5300

           

    Press Release --- Thursday, November 09, 2018 at 2:30 p.m. 

    REDLANDS, Calif. – The Redlands Unified School District (RUSD) received notice of the arrest of former employee, Joel Koonce, stemming from allegations of sexual abuse.

    As part of the District’s uniform hiring practices, the fingerprints of Mr. Koonce were cleared through the Department of Justice and reference checks were conducted prior to his hire date in September of 2016. His tenure at RUSD concluded in November of 2017 while he was still a probationary employee.

    In October of 2017, a mandated report was made against Mr. Koonce to both Child Protective Services (CPS) and the Redlands Police Department (RPD) by another employee. He was subsequently placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation.

    Based on the totality of concerns, the District determined that there was a loss of confidence in him as a teacher and therefore, chose to act swiftly by exercising its right not to re-elect Mr. Koonce for the following school year.

    In the abundance of caution, the District took further steps to submit notice to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) in November of 2017.

    In light of information that continued to surface beyond Mr. Koonce’s tenure with the District, mandated reports were filed by District employees with CPS and the RPD in July of 2018 and as recently as October of 2018.

    While the investigation of Mr. Koonce is active and ongoing, RUSD is imploring anyone who may have information to contact Detective Elyzabeth Green at (909) 335-4714.

    For more news and notifications about the Redlands Unified School District, visit our website at www.redlandsusd.net and follow @RedlandsUSD on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.

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  •  Recent incidents involving REV High School

    September 22, 2018

    Contact:

    Attn: News Desk

    MaryRone Shell, Community Outreach,

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Communication and Social Media Specialist

    No. 2018-22-09-03

    Phone: (909) 307-5300

           

    Press Release --- Saturday, September 22, 2018 at 2:30 p.m.

    REDLANDS, CA – Over the last 24 hours, there have been two separate reported incidents involving Redlands East Valley (REV) High School. These events have led to the arrest and apprehension of two individuals by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.

    One incident occurred on the morning of Friday, September 21 and involved a teacher who lit materials on fire at the REV campus. This incident had no direct correlation to the instructional program and compromised the safety of our students.

    Thanks in large part to the swift response and action of the School Resource Officer (SRO) on staff, the situation was promptly investigated and the individual involved was arrested.

    School staff, administration and Deputy SRO David McDermott of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department worked together to extinguish the fire. Thankfully, no students were injured. The teacher was subsequently booked for arson and the investigation is ongoing.

    On the evening of Friday, September 21, a student from REV vandalized the Redlands High School campus. This student was also apprehended and arrested by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.

     The Redlands Unified District wishes to commend the promptness of our local law enforcement officers in these matters. As outlined in the RUSD 2025 vision, learning in safe and secure environments and maintaining collaborative community partnerships are top priorities for the District. Evidenced by these events, both our local law enforcement and our District have the shared goal and vision to ensure the safety and well-being of our students and staff.

    For more news and notifications about the Redlands Unified School District, visit our website at www.redlandsusd.net and follow @RedlandsUSD on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.

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  • Redlands Unified School District works towards an agreement in sexual abuse lawsuit

    August 28, 2018

    Contact:

    Attn: News Desk

    MaryRone Shell

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Community Outreach, Communication and Social Media Specialist

    No. 2018-28-08-05

    Phone: (909) 307-5300

    Press Release --- Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at 12:37 p.m.

    REDLANDS, Calif. – The Redlands Unified School District is working towards an agreement with the parties involved in recent litigation against the District involving sexual abuse claims.

    While the District is unable to speak of any specific details at this time, we sincerely hope this settlement will be a basis for healing for the victims and their families.

    Regrettably, Redlands Unified is unable to erase the repugnant actions of these individuals. Superintendent Mauricio Arellano, hired in September 2017, has directed District administration to join him in thoroughly scrutinizing and examining our current policies, practices, staff training, and reporting protocols. Working in conjunction with the Board of Education, Mr. Arellano is allocating resources to help heighten our vigilance in student safety. The District has contracted with one of the nation’s leading child sexual abuse experts, Diane Cranley, to train our staff on identifying the key warning signs that sexual predators exhibit towards their potential victims. The District has also reinstituted school resource officers at each of our comprehensive high schools as a conduit between staff, students and parents in reporting suspicious activities. The District has also invested in the implementation of the RAPTOR System for all schools as an additional layer of safety to ensure that adults who access our campus are not registered offenders.

    We are imploring our staff, students and the community to act promptly and report suspicious behaviors. We must focus on the tenets of the “See Something, Say Something” campaign so that incidents are appropriately reported to the authorities. We all must work together to keep student safety our utmost priority. As a District, we will act swiftly, responsibly and with authority and determination when it comes to protecting the innocence of the children with whom we are entrusted.

    For more news and notifications about the Redlands Unified School District, visit our website at www.redlandsusd.net and follow @RedlandsUSD on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.

    For a PDF version of this press release, please click here

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  • Learning Environments that are Safe an d Secure

    August 1, 2018

    Dear Parent/Guardian:

    The Redlands Unified School District is pleased to announce that we will begin using the Raptor Visitor Management System in all of our schools to strengthen our program of campus safety for students and faculty. The safety of our students is our highest priority and the Raptor Visitor Management System allows us to know who is in our buildings at all times and quickly identify those that may present a danger to our students. The Raptor system will enhance the way we screen visitors, contractors, and volunteers in our schools and provide us with a safer environment for our students and staff.

    Upon entering our school sites, visitors will be asked to present a form of government-issued identification such as a Driver’s License, which can either be scanned or manually entered into the system. If a parent or guardian for any reason does not have a United States government-issued ID, the school staff member may use any form of identification and manually enter the person’s name into the Raptor system.

    The Raptor system will check to ensure that registered sexual offenders are not entering our school campuses without our knowledge. The Raptor system checks the visitor’s name and date of birth for comparison with a national database of registered sex offenders. The registered sex offender database is the only official database checked by the Raptor system. No other data from the ID is gathered or recorded and the information is not shared with any outside agency.

    Once entry is approved, Raptor will issue a badge that identifies the visitor, the date, and the purpose of their visit. A visitor’s badge will not be necessary for those who visit our schools simply to drop off an item in the office or pick up paperwork.

    Thank you in advance for your understanding and your support in enhancing the school safety protocols in our District.

    Redlands Unified School District


    1 de Agosto del  2018

    Estimado Padre/Guardian:

    El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Redlands se complace en anunciar que comenzaremos a utilizar el Sistema de Administración de Visitantes Raptor en todas nuestras escuelas para fortalecer nuestro programa de seguridad  del campus para estudiantes y profesorado.   La seguridad de nuestros estudiantes es nuestra máxima prioridad y el Sistema de Administración de Visitantes Raptor nos permite saber quién está en nuestros campus en todo momento e identificar rápidamente a aquellos que pueden representar algún peligro para nuestros estudiantes.  El sistema Raptor mejorará la manera en que verificamos a nuestros visitantes, contratistas, y voluntarios en nuestras escuelas y nos proporciona un entorno más seguro para nuestros estudiantes y personal.

    Al ingresar a nuestras escuelas, se les pedirá a los visitantes que presenten una forma de identificación emitida por el gobierno, como una licencia de conducir, que puede escanearse o ingresarse manualmente en el sistema.  Si un padre o tutor por alguna razón no tiene una identificación emitida por el gobierno de los Estados Unidos, el miembro del personal de la escuela puede usar cualquier forma de identificación e ingresar manualmente el nombre de la persona en el sistema Raptor.

    El sistema Raptor verificará que los delincuentes sexuales registrados no ingresen a nuestras escuelas sin nuestro conocimiento.  El sistema Raptor verifica el nombre del visitante y la fecha de nacimiento para compararlo con una base de datos nacional de delincuentes sexuales registrados.  La base de datos de delincuentes sexuales registrada es la única base de datos oficial verificada por el sistema Raptor.  No se recopilan ni registran otros datos del ID y la información no se comparte con ninguna agencia externa.  

    Una vez que se apruebe la entrada, Raptor emitirá una etiqueta que identifica al visitante, la fecha y el propósito de su visita.  No será necesaria una etiqueta de identificación  para quienes visitan nuestras escuelas simplemente para dejar un artículo en la oficina o recoger papeles.

    Gracias de ante mano por su comprensión y apoyo para mejorar los protocolos de seguridad escolar en nuestro Distrito.

    Distrito Escolar Unificado de Redlands

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  • 2018-19 Back to School

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  • CIF Championship Girls Tennis Team from Redlands High School

    Redlands High School Girls Tennis Team received their rings and recognition as Division 3 CIF Champions.

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  • Cast and crew of "One Man, Two Guvnors" from CVHS Blackhawk Theatre

    The cast and crew of "One Man, Two Guvnors" from Citrus Valley High School's Blackhawk Theatre Company was recognized for their 1st place win at the California Educational Theatre Association's (CETA) Play Competition during the Tuesday, April 10 Board of Education Meeting.

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  • Redlands Unified School District Press Release

    February 14, 2018

    Contact:

    Attn: News Desk

    MaryRone Shell

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Community Outreach, Communication and Social Media Specialist

    No. 2018-14-02-03

    PIO Line: (909) 307-5300

    Press Release ---Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 2:30 p.m.
    Redlands East Valley High School selects new head football coach

    REDLANDS, CA – It’s an exciting time to be a Wildcat. Redlands East Valley High School (REV) has selected its new head varsity football coach – Richard Lunsford.

    While Lunsford has been a head coach since 2012, he has coached high school football for the last 15 years.

    “He will have high expectations both on and off the field to build excellent athletes, excellent students and excellent citizens,” said Jennifer Murillo, Principal at REV. “It is clear that character, leadership and integrity are as important to him as they are to us. They are essential components of the REV Way.”

    In addition to his coaching assignment, Lunsford will be joining REV’s teaching staff as a credentialed physical education teacher.

    “Academics is first and foremost a priority,” said Lunsford. “The majority of my players may not go on to play football after high school, but it is my duty to instill proper education in all of my students so that they all become productive members of society.”

    Lunsford not only commands classroom success, he commends it. He currently has a 100 percent graduation rate. He said he has celebrated those who have been honored as National Football Foundation Scholar Athletes and All State Players.

    He will be joining REV after his third season as the beloved head coach of Arlington High School in Riverside. At Arlington, his team made two appearances in the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) – Southern Section post-season playoffs. 

    “Coach Lunsford comes to us being highly recommended as a dynamic leader with a competitive spirit,” said Rhonda Fouch, REV Athletic Director. “These are all tremendous qualities to bring an already successful football program to the next level.”

    Fouch was quick to give credit for the successes their football program has seen in recent years to all the leaders and stakeholders past and present.

    The 2018 REV Wildcat football schedule may be one of the most challenging in the Inland Empire, but Lunsford said he fully embraces the opportunity to prepare his student-athletes to compete at a high level.

    No stranger to the lack of a home stadium, he has vowed to make every field they play on REV’s home field. 

    The selection of Lunsford symbolizes a homecoming itself. At REV, Lunsford will be teaching and coaching in a community he already resides in with his wife of 2 years – Jacqlene Lunsford.

    His official first day is February 20.

    For more news and notifications about the Redlands Unified School District, visit our website at www.redlandsusd.net and follow @RedlandsUSD on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter. 

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  • Redlands Unified School District Press Release

    February 8, 2018

    Contact:  MaryRone Shell

    Attn: News Desk

    Community Outreach,

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Communication and Social Media Specialist

    No. 2018-06-02-02

    PIO Line: (909) 307-5300

    Press Release --- Thursday, February 08, 2018 at 12:00 p.m.

    Redlands High School announces new head football coach

    REDLANDS, CA – Redlands High School (RHS) announces its new head football coach - Mike McFarland.

    “We are thrilled to hire a high-quality social studies teacher and coach,” said Kate Bartells, Principal at RHS. “His coaching experience is impressive but his ability to develop character and moral values in his students will no doubt lead our Terriers to success on the field and beyond.”

    McFarland’s coaching experience includes working at both the high school and collegiate level over the last 18 years.

    “Coach McFarland’s multi-level experience should serve him well as he prepares the Terriers for competition in both the Citrus Built League (CBL) and California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) – Southern Section,” said Patrick Hafley, District Athletic Director.

    As head coach at Temple City High School in Los Angeles, he led his team to two CIF – LA City Section playoff appearances.

    “Redlands High School is very excited to have found a coach with local ties at the high school level,” said Chris Ruhm, Assistant Principal at RHS. “We are confident in his high energy level and his commitment to success for our program.”

    Coach McFarland’s official first day will be March 1. He will be joining RHS after his third season as the Miner’s offensive coordinator at Missouri University of Science and Technology (S&T).

    For more news and notifications about the Redlands Unified School District, visit our website at www.redlands.k12.ca.us and follow @RedlandsUSD on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.

    For the PDF version of this press release, please click here.

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  • 1/15/18 - No Classes/No Hay Clases

    January 15 - All schools will be closed in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Classes resume Tuesday, January 16.

     

    MLK

    Enero 15 - Todas las escuelas estarán cerradas en observancia del Día del Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Regresamos a clases el 16 de Enero.

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  • Redlands Unified School District Press Release

     

    December 15, 2017

    Contact: MaryRone Shell

    Attn: News Desk

    Community Outreach, Communication & Social Media Specialist

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    No. 2017-12-15-01

     

    PIO Line: (909) 307-5300

           

     

    Press Release --- Friday, December 15, 2017 at 4:52 p.m.

     

    REV High School’s beloved head football coach heads to Citrus Valley

     

    Redlands, CA – Redlands Unified School District (RUSD) announces that Kurt Bruich, longtime head varsity coach of Redlands East Valley (REV) High School, is heading to Citrus Valley High School (CVHS).

     

    After a highly successful 16-year tenure at REV, Coach Bruich said he is ready to tackle a new challenge as head varsity football coach at CVHS.

     

    “I am truly excited to be chosen as the next head varsity coach at Citrus Valley High School,” said Bruich. “I am ready to start a new chapter in my career.”

     

    Bruich has led the REV Wildcats to a record 140-46-2 which included 11 Citrus Belt League (CBL) championships, a California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) inland division championship, a Southern California regional championship, and a California state championship.

     

    His long list of achievements has not gone unnoticed by the district.

     

    “Coach Bruich is deserving of praise and credit for the outstanding program he has created despite the limitation of not having a home stadium,” said Mauricio Arellano, Superintendent of Schools.

     

    Redlands High School (RHS) and CVHS currently share the use of their facilities with REV.

     

    While sharing a stadium is not a unique situation to high schools across the nation, it can be less than ideal and pose unique challenges with regards to regular practices and games.

     

    The constraints of the district’s budget unfortunately do not currently allow for the construction of a new football stadium for REV with early estimates being in the multi-million-dollar range.

     

    RUSD remains hopeful for a future that may include this endeavor; perhaps in the form of bond measures, with the community’s support.

    The coach’ s official start date is January 8 and he hopes to bring his winning leadership to CVHS.

     

    “I am looking forward to becoming a Blackhawk to instill championship values within the culture of Citrus Valley Football,” said Bruich.

     

    The district hopes for the continued success of the REV football program and looks forward to the winning potential that Bruich could bring to CVHS athletics.

     

    For more news and notifications about the Redlands Unified School District, visit our website at www.redlandsusd.net. Follow @RedlandsUSD on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

     

    For the PDF version of this press release, please click here.  

     

     

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  • Redlands Unified School District Press Release

     

    December 12, 2017

    Contact: MaryRone Shell

    Attn: News Desk

    Community Outreach, Communication &

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Social Media Specialist

    No. 2017-12-12-01

    Phone: (909) 748-6784

           

     

    Press Release --- Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.

     

    RUSD Bond Refinance Leads to Millions in Savings for Local Taxpayers 

     

    Redlands, CA – Redlands Unified School District (RUSD) has successfully refinanced a portion of its outstanding general obligation bonds which has led to a generation of approximately $16.6 million in total savings for local taxpayers.

     

    “The Redlands Unified School District appreciates the support of the community and is very pleased to be able to deliver significant savings to taxpayers,” said Bernie Cavanagh, Assistant Superintendent of Business Services.

     

    The total savings is a result of refinancing approximately $82 million of outstanding bonds at dramatically lower interest rates.

     

    The original bonds were issued as part of the school district’s Measures R & J bond authorizations approved by voters in 2002 and 2008 respectively.

     

    Proceeds of the original bonds funded critically needed school improvements and facilities and included the construction of both Judson and Brown Elementary and Citrus Valley High School.

     

    Additionally, RUSD successfully refinanced approximately $13 million of the 2001 Community Facilities District (CFD) bonds which resulted in an additional savings of approximately $1.5 million for taxpayers in the City of Highland who pay annually for the RUSD CFD 2001-1.

     

    The refinancing was well-received by Standard and Poor’s credit agency and Moody’s credit agency who both assigned RUSD very high credit ratings based on the school district’s large tax base, healthy financial profile, modest debt burden and investors.

     

    For more news and notifications about the Redlands Unified School District, visit our website at www.redlandsusd.net. Follow @RedlandsUSD on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

    For the PDF version of this press release, please click here.  

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  • Redlands Unified School District Press Release

     

    November 30, 2017

    Contact: MaryRone Shell

    Attn: News Desk

    Community Outreach, Communication & Social Media Specialist

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Email: MaryRone_Shell@redlands.k12.ca.us

    No. 2017-30-11-01

    Phone: (909) 307-5300

           

     

    Press Release --- Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 9:45 a.m.

     

    LCAP Geographic Community Input Meetings

     

    Redlands, CA – Redlands Unified School District (RUSD) announces it will host five Geographic Community Input Meetings as a part of the district’s Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). The first of the five meetings will be held in the Wildcat Café at Redlands East Valley High School.

     

    The meetings will be held from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. The first half hour will be led by Superintendent of Schools Mauricio Arellano.

     

    For their convenience, parents, students and community members are invited to choose from the following five dates and locations:

     

    • December 5 – Redlands East Valley High School: 31000 E. Colton Ave., Redlands, CA
    • December 13 – Mission Elementary School: 10568 California St. Redlands, CA
    • January 9 – Beattie Middle School: 7800 Orange St., Highland, CA
    • January 11 – Clement Middle School: 501 E. Pennsylvania Ave., Redlands, CA
    • January 18 – Cope Middle School: 1000 W. Cypress Ave., Redlands, CA

     

    Parents, students and community members are asked to provide much needed feedback about:

     

    • English Learner Programs
    • Safety, Facilities and School Climate
    • Technology
    • Tutoring and Intervention
    • Mathematics
    • English Language Arts and Reading
    • Parent and Student Involvement
    • College and Career Readiness

     

    Join Redlands Unified School District in conversation at one of the LCAP Geographic Community Input Meetings. Stay up to date with RUSD via our website at www.redlandsusd.net. Follow RUSD on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram via the username @RedlandsUSD.

     

    For the PDF version of this press release, please click here

     

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  • County Middle School Students To Attend STEMapalooza On Sept. 15

    NEWS RELEASE

     

    Contact:      Christine McGrew, Dan Evans                                                                1718-013

    Phone:       (909) 386-2413

    Date:          September 8, 2017

                       FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

     

    County Middle School Students To Attend STEMapalooza On Sept. 15

     

    SAN BERNARDINO – About 360 students from 10 middle schools in San Bernardino County will attend the annual STEMapalooza Student Conference on Sept. 15 at The Way World Outreach in San Bernardino.

          Students will spend the day visiting interactive and engaging exhibits that demonstrate the importance of science, technology, engineering and mathematics – STEM. The event will feature special guest speaker Steward Sumida, who is the Wang Distinguished Professor of Science, Math and Engineering for the California State University system and a professor of biology at Cal State San Bernardino.

          More than 20 exhibitors are expected to participate. Among them are: Air Quality Management District; Auto Club Speedway; San Bernardino Valley College; Cal Baptist University engineering; Chaffey College Intech; Explore Microscopy; Network for a Healthy California; Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in San Bernardino; RoboKong; and the County Sheriff’s Department.

          Participating schools – and their districts -- include:

    ·      Big Bear Middle, Bear Valley Unified;

    ·      Foothill Knolls Elementary, Upland Unified;

    ·      Hesperia Junior High, Hesperia Unified;

    ·      Kolb Middle, Rialto Unified;

    ·      Mesa View Middle, Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified;

    ·      Moore Middle, Redlands Unified;

    ·      Quail Valley Middle, Snowline Joint Unified;

    ·      Terrace Hills Middle, Colton Joint Unified;

    ·      Truman Middle, Fontana Unified;

    ·      Vineyard STEM, Ontario-Montclair.

     

          STEMapalooza is made possible with the funding from Gordon Bourns of Bourns Inc. in Riverside and the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools’ Alliance for Education.

          Additional partners teaming with the Alliance for Education include the San Bernardino Community College District and the MESA Program at UC Riverside.

     

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    RUSD Announces New Superintendent - Mauricio Arellano

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  • All RUSD schools return Wednesday, August 9.

     

    The first day of school for all Redlands Unified School District students is Wednesday, August 9.

    Please see the 2017-18 Calender here: https://www.redlandsusd.net/site/handlers/filedownload.ashx?moduleinstanceid=103&dataid=10266&FileName=18-19studentattcal.pdf

    Follow @RedlandsUSD on Twitter and visit www.redlandsusd.net for more updates. 

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