Students returning to campus on hybrid schedule.
San Benito High School aims to end the stigma of depression and anxiety.
Two Balers and one HDLA student set up outdoor classroom in front of campus office.
Staff presentation shows changing credit requirement from 220 to 190 will benefit 80 out of 83 students at risk of not graduating.
New school would accommodate a third of the students of present school, cost property owners a minimum of $73 million.
Three bus drivers have sued the San Benito High School District because of one supervisor. Two were awarded large settlements and the third is still in court.*
Special Olympics of Northern California recognizes district for fourth year in a row.
Over a three-year period, disabled students in San Benito County dropped out at more than twice the rate of the general student population.
Superintendent Tennenbaum, Principal Ramirez and other staff explain how returning to in-person instruction would work.
Multi-tier support helping to lower suspension numbers, but Hispanics still disproportionately represented in suspensions and dropout rates.
Sports programs stop all activities and receive revamped sport schedules following county’s inclusion on state COVID-19 monitoring list.
One goat and two sheep exhibitors participate in the virtual shows.
Fall season official start date is scheduled for Dec. 14.
First day of school is planned for Aug. 13.
Board of Trustees expected to formally approve the approach at a July 21 meeting.