Youth Alliance Executive Director Diane Ortiz writes that distance learning does not serve community members equally, and that the community must come together to address issues now.
Michelle Perez-Picha at San Juan School gave out puzzles, card and board games.
Proceeds from the campaign are donated to the food bank in order to stock up on bulk items.
Gio Silva from Hollister wins Best Director.
Still life drawings, watercolor paintings and more displayed.
San Benito County Office of Education hosts showcase of exhibits and demonstrations from grades four through eight.
Solutions come down to creating better relationships.
Based on the real-life Newsboy Strike of 1899. Performances from March 29-30 and April 4-6.
Additional topics will be explored March 13 and April 3.
Attendees present proposals to State Assembly and Senate Committees on Education.
STRONG is an acronym for Scholarship, Teamwork, Reflection, Opportunity, Nurture and Growth, representing the core values of San Benito High School.
Promise Program waives enrollment fees. Over 300 students qualified this fall.
Students are invited to a Sept. 27 meeting to learn more about a trip to Spain in June 2019.
Looking to get ahead of their peers, students attended the Bruce W. Woolpert Algebra Academy. The week-long program was led by regional university professors.
Over 2,000 backpacks prepped with school supplies for K-12 students during the annual Stuff the Bus event.