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February 25, 2021

iShine Student’s Play to be Performed

Dub Thee Fear, an hour-long play by Springs iShine 8th grade student Declan Kallberg, 13, will be performed virtually March 11 & 13, as part of Program A. Click here for additional details and to purchase a ticket to watch from home. 

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February 23, 2021

April Student Artist of the Month

Liliana Esmeralda Ruelas-Quiros of Perris, a 2nd grade student at Springs’ Del Rio Student Center, is the April Student Artist of the Month.

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February 19, 2021

Homeschool Sisters Launch New Business

Springs Homeschool students and sisters AlexisAliyah, and Alyssa Harris (grades 5 & 2) have launched Pop Roxy Girls, a business that provides subscribers with “Glam Lits,” boxes delivered monthly containing such items as glamour themed books, fashion accessories, and a STEM surprise.

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February 16, 2021

Homeschool Student is Talented Dog Trainer

Springs Journey Homeschool student Kylee White, grade 9, age 14, has been a talented dog trainer for the past five years.

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February 12, 2021

Springs Designated as “Kindness Certified”

Springs Charter Schools has been designated a “Kindness Certified School District” as part of Kids for Peace’s 10th annual Great Kindness Challenge, which is “a positive and uplifting program that fosters connection, inclusion, appreciation and overall well-being.” The annual program has multiplied in enrollment each year, having grown to over 17 million students in 33,000 schools, reaching across all 50 states and 115 countries.

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February 10, 2021

Magnolia Student Center Senior is a Master Pianist

Brian Chu, 18, is a senior and Mira Loma resident attending Springs’ Magnolia Student Center who is a master pianist. His favorite classical pieces are Rachmaninoff’s 2nd Piano Concerto, Mahler’s 2nd Symphony and Chopin’s 1st Ballade. He practices up to four hours a day, and, in the past year, has performed virtual concerts.

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