Education

  • TVUSD Announces Governing Board of Education Vacancy Now Accepting Applications for Provisional Appointment Consideration

    The District is now accepting applications from qualified persons who would like to be considered for appointment. Applications are due by Friday, August 2, 2019, by 4:30 p.m. Qualified candidates must be: 1. A California registered voter residing in the boundaries of Temecula Valley Unified School District Trustee Area Four – (It is your responsibility […]

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  • Back to School – Technology Tune-up

    Check your operating system. Upgrade to the highest version possible to remain compatible with schools and curriculum sources. Browsers used in research can cause difficulties so check their version. Good practice is to keep at least two browsers available in case one doesn’t work properly. Protect your devices with the latest security updates. Your student’s […]

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  • Learning About Fame and Team from MJ’s Story

    Some of us may desire to be famous, but hearing what fame ended up costing Michael Jordan was sobering to me. Countless challenges came with his celebrity, but the greatest may have been the way it isolated him. In order to insulate himself from the constant advances of fans, the basketball superstar surrounded himself with […]

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  • Temecula ‘2019 Students of the Year’ Winners

    Pictured in the front row from left to right: Thomas Wright, Linfield Christian School; Justin Rhee, Great Oak High School; TeddyMax Talanoa, Rancho Christian High School; Audreyanah McAfee, Temecula Valley High School; Madeline Topete, Susan H. Nelson High School; Eric Ruiz, Rancho Vista High School; Trinity Chikwanda, Temecula Preparatory School; Ethan Johnstone, Chaparral High School. […]

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  • Business Education is About More Than the Numbers

    Technology and the rapidity of change has created the need for an organization’s ability to alter direction as well as education systems to teach methodologies consistent with such change. Globalization and international exchange have also attributed tremendous influence to the way business is conducted. Domestic and international business are a robust and growing reality that […]

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  • Twenty-Five Reflections from College

    May is here, and at Azusa Pacific it means that spring commencement has arrived. In higher education, this is what we live for! We get to watch hundreds of students donning caps and gowns, celebrating the end of one journey and the beginning of another. As I think about our graduates and about my own […]

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  • Linfield Christian Hires Prominent Local Leader to Create Model

    Horton comes to Linfield from the Temecula Valley Unified School District, where he currently serves as Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. However, many Temecula residents will best remember him as the former principal of Great Oak High School, a remarkably successful tenure that was marked by his collaborative and engaging leadership style. While Horton […]

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  • Coming Soon: The Future of Work

    Society is changing at a rapid pace due to advances in technology and other prime movers. Cloud computing, social media, and the proliferation of mobile devices have transformed our world over the last decade. We are also on the cusp of significant changes due to the development of augmented reality, autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, and […]

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  • Change and Educational Options in the Valley

    In this season of rapid change, it was inevitable that education would change. Azusa Pacific is working hard to stay on the leading edge of that change and has brought a number of new programs to the valley in the last few years. And, thankfully, many of our partners in education have been responsive to […]

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  • Envisioning our Future Together

    And, the region’s business, industry and educational leaders have been brainstorming job growth in the greater Murrieta/Temecula Valley and studying regional economic patterns and industries to plan educational pathways for the next generation, ensuring a well-educated labor supply essential to attracting employers paying lucrative wages. Azusa Pacific University has also been engaged in creating new […]

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  • Touching Our Community Through Education and Jobs

    When thirty or more leaders raised their hands, I was blown away! I knew that our university has had an impact in the region during our 30 plus years here, but I had never imagined that our reach extended so far and our programs had so deeply influenced leadership in the community’s K-12 education system. […]

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  • Reflecting on the Vulnerable

    And as I reflect this Christmas season, it occurs to me that vulnerability is at the heart of the Holiday’s vital story. As a young girl, Mary embraces an assignment that is beyond her—bearing God’s only son. Then, great with child, she travels a long distance with her fiancé to an unfamiliar land and gives […]

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  • Student of the Month

    To: Student of the Month Sponsors From: Brooke Nunn, Temecula Student of the Month Program Chair Re: Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce High School Student of the Month Breakfast Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018 Where: Murrieta Sizzler Restaurant 40489 Murrieta Hot Springs Road Time: 7:45 AM Sharp, Breakfast is served! Chaparral High School – Anjali Sivanandan Great […]

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  • Boulder Ridge Elementary School Teacher Erin Lipsitz Receives September ‘Teachers are Heroes Award’

    Mrs. Lipsitz was nominated by Tiffany Lallande-Banks, the mother of one of Lipsitz’s students who said, “Mrs. Lipsitz assisted in the development of the girl’s STEAM Club, and also runs an after-school Math program. She inspires kids to learn outside the box.” Boulder Ridge Elementary School Principal Jon Mitchem, provided additional comments saying, “Erin Lipsitz […]

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  • Cause for Hope

    The first, “Salute to Heroes,” which is spearheaded by the Veterans Supplemental Support Network (VSSN), occurred a few weeks ago at the Temecula Promenade. It brought together hundreds to honor those who have served our country and enjoy great food, live music, and family activities. It was a pleasure to see so many businesses and […]

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  • Azusa Pacific University to Launch Digital Media Degree to Meet Job Growth

    A new bachelor’s degree program in Digital Media and Communication launching at Azusa Pacific University on the Murrieta campus is geared to meet that employer demand. “I’ve worked in the digital media field for 20 years, for the USA Today network, the Oakland Tribune/ANG newsgroup, and The San Francisco Examiner and had difficulty during campus […]

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  • Abundance or Scarcity Mentality?

    I recently returned to Covey’s work and discovered the concept I had not latched onto when I read the book decades ago. It relates to a theme that is woven throughout the writing, the abundance mentality. The abundance mentality refers to a perspective that says there is enough for everyone: enough resources, enough opportunity, and […]

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