The district will pay the City of Hollister $253,650 over a three-year period to provide police services on and around the campus for students, staff and visitors.
The event featured performances and a raffle drawing.
Herman Garcia says he’ll seek funding from Silicon Valley companies to build the environmental portion.
Hollister School District Superintendent Erika Sanchez writes that Rancho San Justo students were not in any danger during the Oct. 15 lockdown.
Police said the event resulted in the removal of over 16 encampments, 14 truckloads of garbage and 1 ton of metal.
Guests also feast on selections from Smoke Point BBQ.