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June 20, 2024

TSC Graduates 36, Prepares for New School Year

The Temecula Student Center (TSC) was pleased to graduate 36 students at the close of the 2023-24 school year, including four who finished their graduation requirements in three years “earning them the distinction of being early finishers,” reported Valerie Walker, principal.  One student will be going on to attend Cal Poly Pomona, others to local community colleges, and some to trade schools.

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May 28, 2024

“Buddy Bench” Donated to iShine

iShine Student Center 5th-grade student Rebeca Jimenez and her Girl Scout troop donated a “beautiful buddy bench” which they had built for the school’s kindness garden, reported Stacey Savin, campus coordinator. It helps create a "beautiful outdoor space" where students can socialize, Stacey said.

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May 23, 2024

Riley: Student Artist of the Month

Riley H., a 5th-grade student at the Murrieta Student Center, is the June 2024 Student Artist of the Month. Her picture is entitled “Galaxy of Learning.” Riley likes to draw landscapes and animals; she likes to create her art using watercolor and paint on canvas and clay. Besides art, she likes singing and dancing, computer coding, soccer, and swimming.

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May 23, 2024

Students Work in Del Rio Garden

The Del Rio Student Center TK-1st grade students in teachers Sharon Ware and Kimberlie Moore's classes have been working to improve the school garden, reported Kim Ballantyne-Morse, principal. They are learning about various plants and flowers; they have been growing vegetables and fruits for students to sample.

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May 23, 2024

Summer Knapp Receives Crystal Apple Award

Journey Homeschool High School ES Summer Knapp (right) received a Crystal Apple Award from the LDS Church in Hemet in recognition for the positive impact she has made in her profession. She was nominated by her student Lily Herterich, who described Summer as “amazing.” Lily remarked, “She has been so important to me throughout high school, and I’m looking forward to spending senior year with her.”

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May 23, 2024

Santa Ana College and Career Week

The Santa Ana Student Center held a college and career week which welcomed a variety of guest speakers, including a pizza chef, nurse, makeup artist, police officer, and a pro skater, reported Elisa Cornelius, school counselor. Students reflected on the lives they wanted to live, the salaries required to support such lifestyles, and the salaries offered by different careers.

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