March 2019 e-Newsletter

December e-Newsletter


Season’s Greetings!

It’s been a busy few months! As you are no doubt aware, on November 6 California had the midterm election, which included the election of a new governor, Gavin Newsom. Our outgoing governor, Jerry Brown, has been a stalwart supporter of charter schools, vetoing legislation that would be harmful or unduly restrict our operation. Unfortunately, based on his stated positions, we have concerns that Governor-elect Newsom may seek to restrict or reduce charter school options.

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November e-Newsletter


It’s always exciting for me to see our Springs students volunteering their time and energy to help make our community a better place. One such student I’d like to highlight this month is Cecilia Clark, a 15-year-old 9th grader with our KEYS program, who has launched two programs to help foster children in the Kamali’I Foster Family Agency in Lake Elsinore. Cecilia herself entered the foster system at age 5, and was part of it until age 10, when her parents, Wendell and Jeanne Clark of Menifee, adopted her.

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September e-Newsletter


I am pleased to report that our 15th annual Ignite! Conferences for our staff and parents were a huge success! We had 850 Springs staff members participate in our staff event at Pechanga Resort in Temecula, and 350 parents and 500 children come to our parent conferences at locations in Murrieta and Riverside. We’re grateful to all who helped organize these events as well as those who attended; planning is already underway for our 2019 Ignite! Conferences with the theme: “There’s no place like Springs!” For our parents who were unable to attend, Tammy Jackson, our senior Homeschool director, shares some highlights below from the parent conferences.

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July e-Newsletter

I hope you’re enjoying your summer! I’d like to take a moment to share with you some exciting news from Springs’ Flabob Airport Preparatory Academy (FAPA). Beginning with the 2018-2019 school year, FAPA will be implementing the new Aircraft Owners and Pilots Associations (AOPA) high school aviation science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curriculum. It will offer students aviation study options aligned with math and science standards used in many states nationwide, providing students the skills they need to learn about aviation-related career and educational opportunities.

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June e-Newsletter


I’m pleased to report that on May 9th, the Riverside County Board of Education voted unanimously to renew River Springs Charter School (RSCS) for another 5 years! Every five years charter schools are required to be renewed by their sponsors; the process takes several months in which data is reviewed and evidence presented. My thanks to all those who were involved in the process, including the Riverside County Board of Education, as well as all the talented staff of RSCS who make the school an ongoing success.

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May e-Newsletter


Springs’ leadership began the process over a year ago to get two “new” charter schools approved after changes to the legal interpretation of California charter regulations required us to seek local authorization for two of our existing centers.

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