Ashlyn Gardner and her brother Landon were in a crosswalk on Banyan Street and East Avenue, a block away from Etiwanda Colony Elementary, when the pickup hit them at approximately 3 p.m. Wednesday.
School officials in Southern California say the “Arabs” name is here to stay, but the divisive costumed mascot that represents them may be changing.
Charges were filed Tuesday against a former Rialto Unified School District employee suspected of stealing $1.8 million over an eight year period, authorities said.
The Rialto Unified School District is reacting to the news that a former employee is accused of stealing more than $2 million over a seven-year period.
A former school district accountant allegedly made off with more than $2 million in lunch money, according to officials in Rialto.
Two schools in Hawthorne are introducing palm scanners in hopes of speeding up the cafeteria lunch line.
A San Bernardino County school district must immediately comply with a previous court order allowing a parents group to convert a failing elementary school into a charter, a Superior Court judge ruled Friday in a case is seen as an important test of California’s “parent trigger” law.
The Los Angeles Unified school board has elevated arts to an essential “core” subject in the district’s curriculum, exempting it from further budget cuts.
The California Department of Education says a record number of school districts are in financial dire straits this year, with a dozen facing insolvency.
Superintendent John Deasy announced Thursday a plan to reduce eight local school districts down to four in order to save the Los Angeles Unified School District millions of dollars.
Come Monday morning, expect there to be a flood of resumes heading into the Montebello school district.
An ambitious $1 million-in-a-week fundraiser for Beverly Hills schools fell short of its goal, but donations reached $540,000 and it’s enough to cancel 11 layoffs.
An Orange County school district has been accused of illegally discussing teacher salaries and furlough days behind closed doors.
When it comes to raising cash in these tough economic times, the state’s most famous school district is aiming for the stars.
The LAUSD is considering breaking down the large district into smaller “school families” to lessen bureaucracy.