Looking to get ahead of their peers, students attended the Bruce W. Woolpert Algebra Academy. The week-long program was led by regional university professors.
Over 2,000 backpacks prepped with school supplies for K-12 students during the annual Stuff the Bus event.
Veteran educator ready to bring her expertise to governing board of her hometown's school district.
San Benito High School says it's low debt burden, fiscal solvency, and growing tax base is expected to lower borrowing costs and reduce property taxes related to the bonds for local residents and businesses by shortening the financing term.
Gavilan College failed to build a satellite campus in downtown Hollister with Measure E funds in 2016. Today, the college is asking property owners to support another bond.
The Token Transit App is making ticket purchases more user-friendly and convenient for riders.
Casey Norton Powers seeks to be first graduate of Anzar High School to win a seat on the district board of trustees.
San Benito High School started the new policy with freshmen students last year, and is expanding it to sophomores in 2018-19.
C-SPAN invites middle and high school teachers to their headquarters for a professional development program.
The Arts Council's second annual farm-to-table benefit will highlight food from local producers prepared by local chefs Mike Fisher and Becky Herbert.
COMMUNITY OPINION: Anzar High School Site Council opposes Leadership Transition Plan for 2018-19 school year
Representatives serving on the Anzar Site Council are deeply concerned about the Anzar High School leadership transition plan initiated by Superintendent Huntoon.
Anyone interested in running for the position has until August 10 to file with the San Benito County Registrar of Voters.
San Benito High School's annual Benefit Drive raised more than $23,000 to help offset medical costs for Brett Mattocks.
Local San Benito High School art teacher John Robrock receives Congressional recognition upon his retirement after four decades of teaching.
After two years as superintendent of Hollister School District, Dr. Lisa Andrew caught some by surprise when she announced she was leaving to join an educational nonprofit.
Migrant children will receive health services, food, and prizes thanks to donations from the community. Local agencies will provide parents with resources available to them and their children.
Superintendent thanks voters for support of Measures G and U, which are funding educational and athletic facility upgrades at San Benito High School.
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