Gavilan says it is the largest one-time donation received by the college.
Citing job stress, some teachers are opting to become substitutes, as the role entails fewer responsibilities.
A grant helps the nonprofit in its effort to provide opportunity for local youth to be engaged in educational activities and build skills about civil rights.
Zendejas was presented with a milestone award at the Y’s Healthy Kids Day event.
San Benito County Board of Supervisors and several school districts are holding meetings this week.
The Chamber Foundation will award more than $15,000 to local San Benito County students graduating this year.
HESTA writes about what teachers have experienced this year, as well as the effects of the Hollister School District's reported budget crisis.
Damon Felice says college moving forward with septic tanks.
The change removes the risk of legal action under the California Voting Rights Act.
Event includes environmental education, recycling programs, awards, and fun, interactive activities for all ages.
Pinning its hopes on convincing developers to volunteer to pay a special tax in addition to their existing fees, the outlook isn’t bright.
The new community college campus will install septic tanks instead, contrary to precedent.
Four students qualified to the California State Spelling Bee.
The academy said it serves more than 7,900 TK-12th grade students across 32 counties through its six tuition-free online public schools.
Drew McAlister writes In response to: Aromas-San Juan teachers vote of ‘no confidence’ in the superintendent.
San Benito County educators discuss how the pandemic has changed operations over the last two years.
The district’s union points to issues of building safety, communication and morale as reasons for disapproval.
Five students are eligible to enter their science projects in the California State Science & Engineering Fair on April 12 in Los Angeles.