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July 15, 2024

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Aromas-San Juan trustees split on lease-leaseback

Aromas-San Juan Unified School District trustees voted 2-2 on a lease leaseback contract for the renovation of Anzar High School portables—meaning the plan to repair leaking roofs, deteriorated exterior walls and worn-out carpets wasn’t approved.

Grooving to their own beat at Anzar graduation

At Anzar High School, it’s all about individualism. When the graduates walked this week, they did so with caps touting a golf ball, flowers, fringe, a medical stethoscope and even a Mexican flag.

Local high school graduation rates beat state norm

The county’s two main high schools have higher graduation rates and lower dropout rates than the state.

Anzar students get alternative to chemistry

Students at Anzar High School might have a way to skip the most math-intensive science course in high school.

Community Insight: Anzar migration deserves more attention

Anzar High School has displayed enormous success as it pertains to students going to college. Like any other school environment, though, it isn’t free of challenges.

Most Anzar students left before graduating

At Anzar High School, less than half—or 46 percent—of the students who set foot on the campus at some point during their high school career graduated from the same site last year, according to a report shared with trustees.

San Juan Bike Path celebrated with ribbon cutting

San Benito officials gathered at Anzar High School Friday afternoon for a ribbon-cutting ceremony that celebrated the completion of the San Juan Bike Path.

Riders can hit the bike lane in San Juan

Anzar High School students have a new route from their homes to campus available to them this year as the San Juan Highway Bike Lane project is completed. The bike lane connects Hwy. 129 near Hwy. 101 to downtown San Juan.

This year’s Heritage Hog at the county fair is quite a...

Katie Nino says Buster, a Duroc Barrow hog, is quite a pig.

Fault work spurs funding shakeup at San Juan School

The potential closure or reconstruction of San Juan School due to seismic safety issues may have to be funded in part by funds from a bond measure district voters passed three years ago to fund other projects not related to seismic issues.