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By Eli Walsh, Bay City News Foundation Outdoor youth sports will soon be allowed to resume in California counties that meet a threshold for coronavirus...
Healthy burritos and tacos might be wheeling into San Benito High School this month on the campus’ first school-owned food truck.
The average class size for most San Benito High School courses hovered slightly higher than 30 students in the fall of 2015-16, according to a staff report shared with trustees.
The 630 San Benito High School students who gathered in the Mattson gym Friday morning bustled with excitement as they prepared to walk out onto the playing fields for graduation. Many of the students reminisced about their favorite parts of high school, but most of them were already looking toward what the future holds.
The ability to communicate in writing is undoubtedly the most important skill a student will ever learn. However, an absence of challenging reading materials and writing assignments in high school, students’ increased use of texting and other forms of electronic communication and teenagers’ general apathy have contributed to the national drop in skill use and aptitude according to R. Ferguson, CEO of ACT.
After spending the past two years leading the Balers’ J.V. girls soccer team to winning records, 2004 SBHS graduate Becky Bonner will take over as the varsity head coach this winter.
It was a long wait for Cash Robinson coming into the final day of the 79th annual San Benito County Saddle Horse Show & Rodeo at Bolado Park on Sunday.
To moms whose kids have to memorize high school graduation speeches this month: nothing makes a speech more unforgettable than forgetting it for a split-second – in front of 3,000 people. (One of us learned that the hard way.) So if you invite every living relative to “Mom’s pre-ceremony fiesta,” please let your grad slip away to rehearse.
Anzar High School’s unfortunate mistake with classroom instruction time leading to an extended day for the remainder of the year is just that – an unfortunate mistake.
Trustee Rodriguez presents concerns about intersection to county board of supervisors
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