The Claremont Unified School District Board of Education will have no less than 30 items to vote on during Thursday’s board meeting. The ratification of the Surplus Property advisory committee recommendation, authorization to enter into an agreement with Tierra Development for an exclusive listing agreement, new job descriptions and a Reduction in Force for the district’s classified employees are just a sampling of what board members will vote on inside the Richard S. Kirkendall Education Center at 7 p.m.
The Claremont Colleges are been named among the local recipients of a $235,000 grant by the California Department of Mental Health. In partnership with the Claremont School of Theology, the Claremont Colleges will split the grant with the University of La Verne and Cal Poly Pomona to develop new programs supporting student well-being and emotional health.
History lessons will
soon become even
more diverse in classrooms
in the near future.
California Governor Jerry Brown
signed Senate Bill 48 (FAIR Education
Act) into law last week, a bill requiring
the history and contributions of Pacific
Islanders, persons with disabilities, gay,
lesbian, bisexual and transgendered persons
to be included in history instruction
This may sound unusual, but
Pomona College has made its
campus a little greener with the
addition of a new parking structure.
Located on First Street between Columbia and
Amherst Avenues, the new 2-story building became
open to the public. This marks the completion
of an addendum made to Pomona’s Master Plan in