Schools

Baler athletes shine in the classroom

Student-athletes in the fall sports season had an average GPA of 3.2 and 16% had at 4.0 GPA or above

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The meeting was held in the SBHS Auditorium

SBHS Trustees Make Their New Trustee Area Boundary Maps Pick

The board decided to go with the "Blue" trustee boundary map.

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SBHS Robotics Club members present their vision at board meeting. Photo Courtesy of Adam Breen

SBHS Robotics Club Exposes Students to STEAM Learning

The student run club hopes to raise enough money to be able to compete in their first robotics competition

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Mitchell Dabo is a financial advisor and SBC Board of Education president

$1.74 Million Judgement against Dabo, financial advisor and SBC Board of Education president

After a two hour trial, San Benito County Superior Judge Marjorie Laird Carter ruled against Dabo

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Changing of the Colors at Gavilan College (Thomas Busk photo)

Gavilan College Celebrates its Veterans with Changing of the Colors Ceremony

Gavilan Student Veterans of America honor fellow veterans and the flag during Changing of the Colors Ceremony Nov. 9.

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Career Technical Education building hosts open house

The building was constructed using funds from a voter-approved bond measure, one of two that are paying for campus upgrades over the next few years

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Student Ethan Lopez created his altar to honor multiple family members

Rancho San Justo Middle School puts on first Day of the Dead event

Attended by roughly 70 people, Rancho San Justo's first Day of the Dead event was a way to share fond family memories

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Youth Alliance hosts "Week of Action"

Youth Alliance participates in Week of Action to promote after school programs, restorative justice, and school safety while giving local youth the chance to be heard

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OPINION: Campus construction projects have economic impact locally

Half of the construction hours put into San Benito High School construction projects funded by voter-supported bond measures have been done by workers living in the tri-county area

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Local high school league to become largest in state

The Monterey Bay League will merge with other leagues to form Pacific Coast Athletic League, featuring 33 schools

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Baler supporters inch along San Benito Street waving to friends and admirers.  L.David photos

Homecoming in Hollister

Homecoming parade was held Thursday Oct. 19, with floats, cars, robots and students filling San Benito St. in Hollister

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Cruz Zapeda (left) and Ethan Schulze race to the finish line

Graniterock's annual race, Rock and Run raises $20,000 for Aromas School

The A.R. Wilson Quarry in Aromas held Rock and Run to raise money for Aromas School and an opportunity for folks to learn about the quarry.

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San Benito High School Administration Building

SBHS Board One Step Closer to Adopting New Trustee Area Boundary Maps

The next public hearing will be held on Oct. 24.

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The Esperanza Center (file photo).

LGBTQ Youth Resource Center and Safe Space Opening This Weekend

San Benito County's first-ever LGBTQ youth resource center and safe space opening on Saturday at the Esperanza Center in downtown Hollister

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File photo of the San Benito County Free Library.

Gender, Sexuality, and Identity Forum at County Library on Thursday

The public is invited to attend a discussion on gender, sexuality, and identity hosted by Gavilan College's Civic Engagement Title V program

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San Benito High School Superintendent John Perales, center in this file photo, tendered his resignation to the Board of Trustees, which accepted it on Jan. 13, 2017. (John Chadwell photo)

Ex-SBHS superintendent Perales sentenced in gun incident

Perales was sentenced for an incident which occurred in October 2016. He resigned from his position as San Benito High School Superintendent in January 2017.

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OPINION: SBHS test scores, graduate rate continue to improve

Continued improvement and outpacing of the state in many categories are encouraging signs, as the district works to give students the most options upon graduation

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Mary Damm, representing United Way of San Benito County presents BenitoLink executive director with a check for Millennial Producer Program.

SBC United Way Supports BenitoLink’s Millennial News Producer Program

BenitoLink, San Benito County’s nonprofit news, is one of 25 lucky grant recipients recently announced by the United Way of San Benito County.

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OPINION: Hollister School District Advancing in California Student Test Score Results

Hollister School District Advancing in California Student Test Score Results

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