Eight representatives of COD took turns speaking, including Dr. Martha Garcia, superintendent and president of the college. She used her time to thank the panelists and viewers for attending and encouraged the community to provide input.
While there was discussion of what the college hoped to build on the site, and mention that hundreds of millions of taxpayer-approved bonds would be used to fund the campus, a transfer approved by city leaders had only one formal condition.
We Are One United, formed during the early stages of the pandemic to address the needs of youth suffering from the effects of isolation, recently received a $30,000 grant from the Regional Access Project (RAP) Foundation.
Organizers of a fully-funded trip for 24 Palm Springs Unified School District students to visit HBCUs and important African-American landmarks and museums say some funds are still needed to help the students buy snacks and souvenirs.
Seven teachers at city schools are among those from the Palm Springs Unified School District (PSUSD) who will be vying for a districtwide honor in March. They could go on to be named a California teachers of the year.