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November 22, 2021

Learning Centers Offer Art Classes for Grades 3-8

Learning Center teacher Jennifer Graham teaches a Getting Back to ART! class for grades 3-8 at Springs’ Enterprise and Otay Ranch Learning Centers. She said, "I love having the kids back in class. We have access to a variety of mediums, and it's much more fun for the kids to experience art alongside their classmates."

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November 22, 2021

RVA Students Assessed for Career Interests

Springs’ Renaissance Valley Academy (RVA) had 38 students participate in an ASVAB assessment, a tool used to guide participants towards careers they could undertake after graduation.  Additionally, two RVA staff members have launched a Royal Rewards Program to recognize and reward positive choices by students, reported Brian Bailey, vice principal.

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November 19, 2021

Magnolia Says Goodbye to Long-time ACE

Springs’ Magnolia Student Center is saying goodbye to retiring long-time ACE Kimberly Lariviere, reported Principal Beverly Voechting. “Miss Kim” joined the staff in 2008, and has been most recently working in the classroom of 1st grade teacher Anna Oei. Mrs. Voechting said, “The dynamic duo are an amazing team teaching our littles how to enjoy reading, love writing and memorize math facts.”

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November 19, 2021

Student of the Month to Study Art

Brady Bookser, 17, is the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month.  He is a senior at Springs’ Temecula Student Center, lives in Winchester and plans to study art when he graduates from Springs.

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November 18, 2021

Del Rio Harvest Festival, Palm Academy Animation Studio

Shawna Lewis, principal of Springs' Del Rio and Palm Academy Student Centers, reported that the Del Rio site enjoyed a Harvest Festival with staff dressing up as Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs, and students enjoying arts & crafts, face painting, pie the principal and more (pictured are Darlene Blackman and Shawna Lewis). They also celebrated Indigenous People's Month with presentations by two local tribal leaders to middle school students.

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November 18, 2021

MSC Food Collection, Penny Drive

Springs’ Murrieta Student Center participated in the “Making a Difference” food collection, partnering with “Canning Hunger” to serve needy families in the community.  They collected more than 100 bags of donations. 

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