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September 19, 2020

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Letters to the editor: Back to school, Strada Verde

Parents, you MUST ABSOLUTELY let your board members know in no uncertain terms that you want your kids in school this fall. If you don't want your child to go to school then opt for distance learning and see how far behind your child will be at the end of the next school year.

San Benito High plans virtual grad ceremony

Graduation plans for San Benito High School were still up in the air as school closures affected several student activities for the rest of spring semester. But the school will continue with its ceremony and for most people it’s going to be something out of this world.

Daily deep clean at San Benito High

The San Benito High School District is taking serious measures when it comes to the COVID-19 outbreak as crew members continue to work daily to disinfect the campus.

Volunteers help fill new backpacks for local students

About 2,000 students have a backpack and school supplies thanks to dozens of local volunteers who took part in this year’s Stuff the Bus...

Summer can bite into students’ nutrition

The little girl dressed in a colorful poncho played on the playground at Calaveras School while her parents talked with other families about ways to save money when visiting Gilroy Gardens, the Monterey Bay Aquarium and Happy Hollow Park and Zoo.

County board upholds MH district decision to deny charter

The usually stoic and composed James Dent, co-founder behind the Navigator School brand that won over public officials in Gilroy and Hollister, was visibly shaken Wednesday night as the Santa Clara County Board of Education voted 4-3 to uphold Morgan Hill Unified’s decision to deny his organization’s charter petition.