So it appears that the mask mandate only applies to parents and students of West Ada School District. The angry blue haired teacher from Rocky Mountain High never said a word about […]
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David Phillips born to Debra and Micheal Phillips grew up in the city of Rialto. David went to 4 diffrent high schools and finally landed at Eisenhower High in Rialto where he graduated in 1997.
David went to Chaffey JC for 2 semesters then decied to take a semester off. January 2000 David finally re-enrolled in school at SBVC where he decied to presue a degree in Child Development.
David was the VP of local CSEA Chapter 605 in Rancho Cucamonga where he fought against employee abuse and gave every unit member a voice.
After suffering the brunt of the economy in 2010 David was laid off due to budget cuts and was hired to put together and obtain a license for Calvary Chapel Rialto Pre School, and after 9 months of gruling work helped this pre school open for fall enrollment in 2010. David then was asked to hand the regins over to thier current director.
David now is a Niche Marketing professional. Currently advising companies in the areas of Private Security, Personal Protection, Community Policing, Event Planning, Consumer Advocacy, Published Authors, Arts and Non-Profit Organizations.
David ran (created April 20, 2009) Flores Park Neighborhood Watch a Neighborhood Watch group that spaned over 1 mile in radius. David also ran oversaw website www.RialtoNeighborhoodWatch.com, Face book site Flores Park Neighborhood Watch and wrote a blog RialtoNeighborhoodWatch@wordpress.com.
David Currently writes the blog for Rialto Now. This blog is used to bring the positive side of Rialto while keeping residents abreast of the going on's in the community.
For the entire 2020-2021 school year the battle around when and how kids will go to school during the pandemic as been a hot topic. Many factors have fueled the flames of […]
The West Ada School Board is having a hard time dealing with issues that come up and now people are jumping ship. This is a sign to many that dark days are […]
This year as made everyone feel like it is just time to throw in the towel and call it quits. Everyone just wanted to get to the summer and leave this sickness […]
In a recent move the decision to move Ada County from stage 4 of the reopening from the corona virus shutdown came from Central District Health instead of Gov. Brad Little. The […]
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Reopening the U.S. economy will take place in three graduated stages, the White House said, leaving the plan up to state governors to execute. Phase one will see some workers head back, while phase […]
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Gov. Brad Little on Friday ordered a 1% cut in state agency spending because of the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus. He also directed the Idaho Department of […]
A key piece of the federal government’s stimulus efforts to help small businesses and their employees has run out of money, shutting out thousands of potential borrowers who were seeking aid amidst the […]