Series of evening classes aims to support parents and students as they work through the challenges of distance learning and prepare for a return to school.
Shoe Palace and facility supervisors are encouraged by the results.
Fall season could start as soon as Jan. 16.
Local students grades TK-12 can send in artwork until March 19; 15 winning posters will be enlarged and displayed on the side of collection trucks.
FCMAT will provide blueprint for financial solvency.
Three bus drivers have sued the San Benito High School District because of one supervisor and were awarded large settlements.
BenitoLink covered the county’s struggles with COVID-19, but also stuck with its commitment to government reporting, education, health, housing, and transportation.
State strategy focuses on ensuring implementation and building confidence by bringing back the youngest children (TK-2) and those who are most vulnerable first, then phasing in other grade levels through the spring.
Open to all San Benito seniors graduating in 2020-21.
Incumbent board member Elizabeth Martinez to represent Trustee Area 2, with Lisa Marks representing Trustee Area 4.
Plan would require willingness of students and teachers to return to in-person instruction.
Superintendent states the student had not been at school since Dec. 10.
Maylani Mahler will move from Ladd Lane to Rancho Santana School in April 2021.
Students donate proceeds to Community FoodBank.
Application period closes Dec. 31.
Trustees will again consider reopening in a January meeting, taking into account positive test rates, new case rates and vaccination availability.
If approved, the act would help rural, underserved communities build broadband networks for those lacking access to high-speed internet and service.
Some HSD instructors say they’d rather continue with remote instruction.