South Hills High School
Two former female high school teachers pleaded guilty Friday to having sex with a 17-year-old student during an alcohol and drug-fueled camping trip at San Clemente State Beach.
Questions arose Monday as to whether teachers and administrators from South Hills High School may have used student money to fund a lavish beach retreat.
Two former Covina-Valley Unified School District teachers pleaded not guilty Wednesday to felony sex charges in connection with a San Clemente camping trip involving underage students, alcohol and drugs.
Additional charges have been filed against two high school teachers accused of having sexual relationships with students during a camping trip, officials announced on Tuesday.
Two West Covina campuses were evacuated Friday after a high school received a telephonic bomb threat.
Concerns ranged from student and teacher interaction through social media, to the recent arrest of several teachers within the school district.
An art teacher at South Hills High School is the latest of five employees to be investigated by the Covina-Valley Unified School District after sexual comments he reportedly posted on social media.
An 18-year-old man has filed a lawsuit alleging that he was attacked by his art teacher, Scott Stragier, while in ceramics class.
Students will return to class Tuesday for the first time since two female teachers were arrested for allegedly having sex with students on a beach camping trip.
Two women who work as teachers in West Covina have been arrested for allegedly having sex with students on a beach camping trip.
City officials held a ceremony Saturday to re-dedicate a sculpture to former New York Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle at a sports park.
A high school accused of hazing has been placed on paid administrative leave while district officials investigate.