It's Back to School Time for Students Throughout Menifee

Cars dropping off students at Menifee Valley Middle School make their way through the parking lot Th...

Cars dropping off students at Menifee Valley Middle School make their way through the parking lot Thursday.
Nearly 9,000 students attending nine elementary schools and three middle schools returned to campus Thursday, the first day of the academic year in the Menifee Union School District.

An increased number of cars and pedestrians maneuvered through streets surrounding local schools as parents and students struggled to adjust to a school year in which district budget shortages have resulted in a reduction of school bus service. Paloma Valley and Heritage high schools opened a day earlier, on Wednesday.

Herk Bouris Elementary School, the newest elementary school in the district, opened its doors for the first time on Wednesday. Although it is located just across the Lake Elsinore border, Herk Bouris serves Menifee students living in the southwest part of town.


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  1. This is what happens when you put educational funds in with general funds. We need to take control of the funds allocated for our children’s education. Our children suffer when politics plays with their education. And everyone wants to know why we as a country are failing educationally. Because political greed trumps the educational needs of our future.

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  2. ... no buses... pay attention there are a LOT of kids walking and parents who are 'running late and dont have to watch for others" out there...Drive like you'd want others to drive while YOUR child is out there...

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