Jefferson Elementary students write about their experience.
Year two of the pandemic brought vaccinations, the reopening of schools and a partial return to life before the coronavirus.
They took photographs to express their feelings during and after lockdown.
They bring a sign of normalcy and hope for the small tourist town.
Graniterock gift will go to sports programs.
Various high school clubs, the football team and cheerleaders displayed their school spirit.
Students from across the district are eligible to attend AAA.
A Watsonville celebration stirs talk of a similar event next year in Hollister.
BenitoLink’s internship program helps community youth achieve personal goals.
The Hollister School District writes that its credentialed school nurses, along with health clerks at individual school sites, have been particularly busy during the pandemic.
Hollister School District Superintendent Erika Sanchez writes that Rancho San Justo students were not in any danger during the Oct. 15 lockdown.
L.I.F.E. Project aims to help youth transition back into the community through apprenticeships.
The field trip included Capitol Park, Sacramento History Museum and the California State Railroad Museum.
Free from COVID restrictions, coach Bryan Smith looks forward to a full season.
Link Crew hosts freshman gathering to start the new school year.
Calculators, pencils, binders and notebooks were included.
Summer school program pushes art to the walls.
Cindy Brown made libraries accessible to students, providing a safe space to read.