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January 25, 2021

Tag: san benito county office of education

Additional mental health services to be provided at San Benito County...

Even before the start of the coronavirus pandemic, mental health has been a growing concern in the U.S., especially among children. According to the Centers...

County office of ed. offers tech training

It comes as no surprise nowadays that some children can be a bit more tech savvy than adults, especially when it comes to operating...

When will Dabo resign?

News this week that the new state election reform law is requiring that the date of the election of San Benito County’s Board of...

County school board elects new president

Retired educator and current San Benito County Office of Education governing board vice president, Joan Campbell-Garcia, has been elected new board president. The move...

Dabo tells Lomanto he’ll resign from board

Former San Benito County Board of Education President Mitchell Dabo said on Dec. 1 he will resign his school board seat, citing fallout from...

Dabo departure is long overdue

Mitchell Dabo is leaving the San Benito County Board of Education. At least he said three weeks ago that he would. The sooner the...

DA to ask specialist to look at Dabo case

San Benito County District Attorney Candice Hooper said she will ask a special forensic accountant to investigate possible fraud or theft by county School...

Education office recognizes teachers of the year

The San Benito County Office of Education honored “outstanding” teachers last week in the county chambers.

School administrators learn about collaboration

The San Benito County Office of Education sponsored a two-day workshop Jan. 7 and 8 at San Juan Oaks with Rick and Rebecca DuFour discussing ways to strengthen the professional learning communities in San Benito.

County official says flag lowering ‘fell off the radar’ on 9/11

Many counties and cities throughout the nation organize community events to honor those lost in the terrorist attacks 11 years ago on Sept. 11. At the very least, citizens have come to expect their local government institutions to lower American flags to half-staff.