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iShine Student is a Horse Enthusiast

January 19, 2021

Haiden Holmes, 11, is a 6th-grade student with Springs’ iShine Student Center who loves riding horses. She lives in Fallbrook. She rides Western-style each week and spends time daily with the horses feeding, brushing, and checking on them. She rides her aunts’ horses, which are American Paints ages 19 & 21. 

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February Student Artist of the Month

January 14, 2021

Jiselle Martinez Rios, 12, a Homeschool student in the 7th grade, is the February 2021 Student Artist of the Month. The Ontario resident has been a Springs student for two years. She is the oldest of five children.

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Magnolia Teacher Excels at DonorsChoose Classroom Fundraising

January 8, 2021

Nichol Regalado, a 7th grade ELA/History Academy teacher at Magnolia Student Center, has had great success using DonorsChoose to fundraise for things she needs in the classroom.  Magnolia Principal Beverly Voechting said, “Nichol is very creative and has taught many of our staff how to optimize to get what they want for their students and class.  She is an expert in fundraising!”

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Corona Coyote Meetings for Grades K-8

January 7, 2021

Springs’ Corona Student Center has launched monthly online Corona Coyote meetings with the principal, E.J. Whitehead, and the student’s grades K-8.  In the first meeting in January, students reflected on the past semester and discussed what they were looking forward to in the upcoming semester.  In February, a special guest will discuss physical activity programs available during the pandemic.

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Free Software Aids Springs Game Design Teacher

January 7, 2021

Parsec Cloud, Inc. is making their Parsec for Teams software available for free to schools for the 2020-21 school year. The software facilitates remote teaching of graphics-heavy subjects by providing an optimal connection between the school’s computers and remote students at home, regardless of their hardware. It normally costs users $30/month, but an epic MegaGrant will cover the cost.

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Venture Launches Webinars to Encourage Students

January 4, 2021

Springs Venture Online program is holding monthly webinars to stay connected with and give encouragement to students after staff reached out to families to ask what they wanted to be addressed in the webinar. Graduate Elle Martin (pictured) joined a recent online gathering, talking about her time with the school and her experiences horseback riding. 

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RVA Math Collaboration, Student Leadership Academy

January 4, 2021

Springs’ Renaissance Valley Academy (RVA) has begun a math collaboration effort between elementary and middle/high school students to identify and target missing math skills with the goal of increasing math proficiency across the grade levels. Brian Bailey, Eric Ballard, and Cinda Moon met this week to begin the process. 

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Scavenger Hunt Takes Magnolia Students to Riverside’s Historic Sites

January 4, 2021

The Magnolia Student Center held a Riverside Family Scavenger Hunt so that students could learn the history of the City of Riverside. Families were asked to visit sites around the city and take selfies at the site; sites included 1911 Fairmount Park, 1903 Victoria Club, 1920s Benedict Castle, 1870s Evergreen Cemetery, and 1904 Riverside County Courthouse. Continue reading

FAPA Senior Writes and Performs Classical Music

December 11, 2020

Joseph Greene, 18, a senior at Springs’ Flabob Airport Preparatory Academy who lives in Riverside, is a gifted classical music composer and performer. He has been offered a music scholarship and a trustee merit scholarship for $14,500 from California Baptist University (CBU)—although he has not committed to going to the school—and has taken three music classes through Springs, excelling in each one. Joseph has attended Springs schools since 3rd grade and maintains a 4.08 GPA. 

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