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September 13, 2021

Bear River Students Remember 9-11

Springs Bear River Student Center remembered the 20th anniversary of 9-11 by observing “Patriots Day.” Activities included a flag raising, patriotic class photos and campus decorating in red, white and blue.

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September 13, 2021

Afterschool Program Begins at Magnolia

The Magnolia Student Center’s afterschool program has begun and is “full of fun, enrichment and building connections,” reported Jamie Secoda Martinez, the school’s personalized academic coach. 

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September 13, 2021

CSC Launches New Afterschool Program

Springs' Corona Student Center (CSC) has begun an afterschool program to promote students' emotional and social well being, reported Principal E.J. Whitehead. Participants have the opportunity to play outdoor and indoor games and to socialize in a safe environment. In the new school year, the CSC is serving 70 students, grades K-8.

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September 13, 2021

RSC Upgrades Playground with AstroTurf

Students at Springs’ Riverside Student Center (RSC) have returned to school after summer break and are enjoying a new campus upgrade: AstroTurf on the playground. Students have been utilizing it for outside learning activities, reported Kim Ballantyne-Morse, principal.

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September 7, 2021

Temecula Teacher Awarded Scholarship

Robin Felix, an academy teacher at the Temecula Student Center, has received a $2,500 Western Governors University (WGU) scholarship to help fund her master’s degree.

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August 24, 2021

7 Field Trips Scheduled for First Semester

Springs’ educational field trips are an effective way for students and parents to incorporate notable aspects of the community into their personalized learning program. The pandemic has curtailed Springs’ ability to offer field trip opportunities in the new school year, but there are some field trips that are being offered with the possibility of more to come.

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