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Banning Unified School District

  • Banning Unified School District Students Honored for Academic Excellence

    Four Banning Unified School District students were celebrated at the 17th annual Riverside County Office of Education Academic Award Recognition event on April 11, honoring students based on outstanding GPA and participation in extracurricular activities.

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  • Banning Unified School District Board of Trustees Selects New Superintendent

    The Banning Unified School District Board of Trustees has selected Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Terrence Davis as the District’s next Superintendent, who brings nearly 23 years of experience in education to the role. The Board approved a contract during its April 27 Board Meeting. Davis will step into his new role on May 2. Davis has served in his current position at Banning Unified since 2020 and has acted as a leading figure in labor relations, recruitment and retention of staff. Davis excels in developing and fostering positive relationships to ultimately enhance student performance.

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  • Banning Unified Students Demonstrate Project-Based Learning, Host Renaissance Faire

    The spirit of the Renaissance came to life for Susan B. Coombs Alternative Education students when New Horizons High School transformed its campus courtyard into a colorfully bedecked Renaissance Faire on April 14. The event served as a form of project-based learning for New Horizons High School students, who were inspired to study history and early English, as well as foundational concepts in mathematics, to create an authentic experience for all of the alternative education schools and students in Banning Unified School District.

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Banning Unified School District Board of Trustees Selects New Superintendent

The Banning Unified School District Board of Trustees has selected Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Terrence Davis as the District’s next Superintendent, who brings nearly 23 years of experience in education to the role. The Board approved a contract during its April 27 Board Meeting. Davis will step into his new role on May 2. Davis has served in his current position at Banning Unified since 2020 and has acted as a leading figure in labor relations, recruitment and retention of staff. Davis excels in developing and fostering positive relationships to ultimately enhance student performance.

Banning Unified Students Demonstrate Project-Based Learning, Host Renaissance Faire

The spirit of the Renaissance came to life for Susan B. Coombs Alternative Education students when New Horizons High School transformed its campus courtyard into a colorfully bedecked Renaissance Faire on April 14. The event served as a form of project-based learning for New Horizons High School students, who were inspired to study history and early English, as well as foundational concepts in mathematics, to create an authentic experience for all of the alternative education schools and students in Banning Unified School District.

Banning Unified Students Participate in City Beautification

Banning High School Key Club students are devoting their time to the community by participating in Clean-Up Day, a monthly beautification of the city of Banning that allows students to work together and develop their leadership skills. Key Club is a campus group dedicated to acts of service. On clean-up days, members are seen sweeping the streets, collecting trash, pulling weeds, and removing shrubs, as well as volunteering at local community kitchens.Key Club is a campus group dedicated to acts of service. On clean-up days, members are seen sweeping the streets, collecting trash, pulling weeds and removing shrubs.

Banning Unified School District Celebrates Grand Opening of Performing Arts Center

Banning Unified School District hosted “A Night to Remember” on Nov. 15, bringing together local officials, educators, students and families at Banning High School to celebrate the grand opening of the District’s state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center. The festivities began with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, featuring heartfelt speeches about how the project came to fruition and the vital role of the community in supporting the center. Banning Unified families, local officials and community members then gathered in the 27,000 square-foot auditorium – featuring a professional stage, orchestra pit, dressing rooms and more – to enjoy student performances from each school, showcasing the creative talents and arts offerings in Banning Unified.

Banning Unified to Celebrate Grand Opening of Performing Arts Center

Banning Unified School District will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 15 to celebrate the grand opening of its new Performing Arts Center, which will provide all Banning Unified students with a state-of-the-art facility where they can develop their creative talents. Housed at Banning High School, 100 W. Westward Ave., Banning, the Performing Arts Center features a 27,000 square-foot auditorium that includes a professional stage, orchestra pit, dressing rooms, and media and TV production facilities with built-in, high-tech equipment. A showcase of student performances from each school will follow the ceremony; due to building capacity, tickets will be required for the student performances and are limited to special guests and families of performers.

Banning Unified School District to Celebrate Grand Opening of Performing Arts Center

Banning Unified School District will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of its new Performing Arts Center, which will provide all Banning Unified students with a state-of-the-art facility where they can develop their creative talents. Housed at Banning High School, the Performing Arts Center features a 27,000 square-foot auditorium that includes a professional stage, orchestra pit, dressing rooms, and media and TV production facilities with built in, high-tech equipment. A showcase of student performances from each school will follow the ribbon-cutting ceremony.