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September 26, 2022

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San Benito High principal placed on paid leave

San Benito High School Principal Todd Dearden has been placed on paid administrative leave, and an interim leader was serving in the role Thursday.

San Benito students are game for comedy

Boys rushed forward in an imaginary vehicle before a referee yelled “reverse” and they backed up in a single-file line.

High school preps food truck for campus

Healthy burritos and tacos might be wheeling into San Benito High School this month on the campus’ first school-owned food truck.

SBHS alum produces short film showing at Carmel festival

A San Benito High School alum helped produce a film that will take the screen during the Carmel International Film Festival this weekend.

SBHS revives plays with ‘No Signs of Intelligent Life’

Aliens will make a one-day visit to San Benito High School’s auditorium next week to evaluate whether humans show signs of intelligent life.

San Benito High School trustees review class sizes

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.

SBHS trustees OK lease-leaseback for tennis courts

San Benito High School trustees voted 4-1 in favor of approving a roughly $2.6 million lease-leaseback agreement for tennis courts and a new parking lot with some qualifications. Trustee Evelyn Muro cast the lone dissenting vote at the regular board meeting last week.

One-time funding puts SBHS in the black

A San Benito High School District budget for 2015-16 included about $1.6 million in one-time state funding, reflected a loss of about $1 million in Regional Occupational Center/Program revenue and was unanimously approved by trustees at a meeting Wednesday.

Fees divvied without district consent

The San Benito County Office of Education has been giving the San Benito High School District increased impact fees from developers before trustees had a public hearing or approved a mandatory study required to justify the new rates.

SBHS officials miffed by $1.2m absent from books

San Benito High School trustees accepted an independent audit of their finances at their regular meeting this week in which the firm highlighted more than $1 million that was not on the books.

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