Several large businesses support a national program that recognizes improved academic achievement over time.
Just before 7 a.m. Friday, around 15 audio speakers blasted out recorded messages that could be heard over a block away from the San Benito High School campus.
The district is one of 24 public school districts statewide being recognized for improving student achievement.
Assemblymember Anna M. Caballero (D-Salinas) is now accepting applications from high school students for the 2018 Young Legislators Program. The deadline to submit the electronic application is 5:00pm Monday, June 11, 2018.
The San Benito County Free Library invites all community members to participate in its annual Summer Reading Program. All events are free and in-person and online registration begins Monday, June 4.
San Benito High School students this year received more than 1,000 college acceptances from nearly 150 colleges and trade schools.
With 436 registered athletes and over 671 participants at Friday's event, the Gifted Games continues to shine as an example of inclusion and inter-district cooperation for local students.
The Amgen Cycling Tour went through the southern end of San Benito County May 15. Bitterwater-Tully, a K-8 grade school, provided this report.
A report of a student breaking windows and acting erratic on campus was reported Thursday around 12:12 p.m.
Gavilan President Dr. Kathleen Rose recently spoke of future efforts to improve higher education in San Benito County via a general obligation school bond that could be placed on the November ballot.
The Americas Job Center of California in San Benito County is seeking to place as many as 30 participants ages 16-24 through training accounts where participants will learn job skills in a class setting.
San Benito High School seniors Jasmine Ulloa and Catherine Nordstrom were honored for their creativity, as was SBHS student Tyler Oelrich, who was an honorable mention winner.
Started in 1995 as a small organization run by volunteers to support youth in the community, the Youth Alliance now provides services to over 6,500 children, youth, and families each year.
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