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April 18, 2021

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What 3-foot social distance means for return to California schools

New state and federal Covid safety guidelines that reduce the recommended minimum distance between students from 6 feet to 3 feet should make it...

Letters: Reopen schools; vaccine myths

Reopen schools now The time for talking is over, THE SCHOOLS IN CALIFORNIA NEED TO BE REOPENED IMMEDIATELY! San Benito County has an interesting record...

Guest view: Time to remove police from schools

There comes a time when each of us comes to terms with aspects of life that can change our views and challenge long held beliefs. For me it is the present issue of police in schools (school resource officers).

Guest view: Don’t drop science when schools reopen

To meet this moment, as a matter of educational equity, school leaders, parents and the business community must ensure that science is not once again pushed aside in schools.

Anzar High to hold parade for Class of 2020

Anzar High School’s graduating class of 2020 will be honored with a Senior Car Parade on Thursday, June 11.

SB High recognized as Top School

San Benito High School was recognized for a second straight year as one of the top public school sites in the country.

San Benito County schools closed for rest of year

The San Benito County Office of Education took what seems to be the final blow as doors to all its school sites are officially closed through the end of the Spring semester.

Stuff the Bus fills a special need

The first day of school just got a lot brighter for thousands of local students. On Saturday, Stuff the Bus, a project from the...

School officials debate vaccination law

Hollister schools Trustee Peter Hernandez made a motion at the latest board meeting that didn’t receive a second in favor of a resolution urging the state legislature to place a two-year moratorium on implementing a bill to eliminate “personal belief exemptions” for vaccinations.

County schools prepare for vaccine mandate

School districts in San Benito County are preparing to implement the new law forbidding “personal belief exemptions” on mandated vaccinations.