A ticket booth is set between the aquatic center and football field. Photo by Diana Lopez.

Sports & Recreation

San Benito High gives sneak peek at aquatic center

Grand opening set for August 24.

The new multi-use field on campus will allow physical education classes and athletic teams to have year-round access to a safe, modern playing surface. Photo provided.

Children and Youth

San Benito High School’s credit rating to save millions in bond measure interest

San Benito High School says it's low debt burden, fiscal solvency, and growing tax base is expected to lower borrowing costs and reduce property taxes related to the bonds for local residents and businesses by shortening the financing term.

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Art & Culture

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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Children and Youth

OPINION: Community support spurs SBHS modernization

Bond oversight committee says facility upgrades at San Benito High School are "on schedule, within budget, and in compliance"

Mayor Velazquez takes a group shot Saturday of residents touring the recent work done at San Benito High School.

Children and Youth

High school showcases campus upgrades

About 40 people were shown around the campus, learning about the modernization of San Benito High School

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Children and Youth

SBHS opens bids for aquatics center

Planned campus pool would be used by students and the community

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Children and Youth

High school to offer campus tour April 1

Guests will see progress on modernization efforts, new construction and planned upgrades, much of which is being funded by voter-approved bond measures

Children and Youth

San Benito High School board continues Measure U project prioritization

The board also votes to retire some classes

Slide presented by Aedis Architects showing the costs of each project.

Children and Youth

SBHS trustees discuss bond priorities

SBHS board of trustees gather to discuss the prioritization of construction projects using Measure U funds.

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Schools & Education

OPINION: Interim SBHS superintendent touts school vision of academics, instruction, support

Shawn Tennenbaum discusses the high school leadership team's vision for a three-year strategic plan; invites public to Jan. 24 meeting to review bond-funded projects

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Children and Youth

COMMENTARY: School bond Measures U and V are an investment in the future

Supporting both local bonds would cost homeowners as little as 25 cents a day