Parent / Student Portal


First time instruction

Click here for a .pdf of the Aeries Parent Tutorial

Use the parent portal to log in to and check your student's grades, attendance, and more.

Interact Club Clothing Drive Helps Those in Need

The Interact Club, led by Becky Bonner-Leland, recently spent 10 days collecting approximately 15 bins worth of clothing to provide to those in need in the community. The clothing drive, held from Sept. 15-25, will donate half of the haul to the Emmaus House in Hollister, with the other half remaining on campus to help students in need. For the full story on BenitoLink, by Baler News reporter Brandon Garcia, click here.

Migrant Ed Office Helps Students Graduate

The San Benito High School Migrant Education team of Elizabeth Martinez, Irene Bailey, Lizzette Ortiz and Claudia Chavez shared the success the students with which it works had in the 2014-15 school year. Of 107 migrant seniors last year, 105 graduated, for a 98 percent completion rate. This reflects a 3 percent increase from the previous year. Bailey, the Migrant Education Program specialist, acknowledged the work of her team, saying they continue to impress her "with their work and dedication for our Migrant student population and their families." The team's goal is to reach a 100 percent graduation goal for migrant students in the class of 2016.

Baler Strong Award Recipients Named

Superintendent John Perales shared with the campus community as well as parents and community members that six SBHS employees are the recipients of the Baler Strong Awards. They are: Adrian Ramirez (Assistant Principal), Robin Brown (Guidance Tech.), Kevin Byers (IT Tech II) John Frusetta (IT Supervisor), Rafaela Espinoza (EL Instructional Aide) and Carissa Kennedy Alvarez (EL English Teacher). Mr. Perales noted the honorees were recognized "for their outstanding work, dedication and passion for our students and school."

College Application Workshops for Seniors

Attention Seniors: The following College Application Workshops will be offered between October and November:

During the school day: Workshops will be conducted in the Career Center during the firt two weeks of October and the first week of November. Seniors need to go to the Counseling Office to sign up for a time slot beforehand.

After School: Counselors will be available after school (Rm. 206, from 3:15-4:30 p.m.) on Oct. 20, 21, 27, 28 and Nov. 10, 17 and 18. Seniors can drop in on any of these afternoons without a scheduled appointment.

Evening Workshops: Counselors will be available on the following evenings in the Library and Career Center (6:30-8:30 p.m.): Oct. 29 and Nov. 12. Seniors need to go to the Counseling Office to sign up beforehand.

Parents are welcomed to attend.

Things are Looking Up

The skylight replacement project in Mattson Gym is progressing.

Accessing Students' Grades, Attendance, Other Data

All students will be given access to what is referred as the Student Portal in Aeries. The Student Portal will provide access to students' grades, attendance and other important data. We have sent Aeries a data file with our students’ Google Accounts and their Aeries Data file. Aeries is pairing that information now. When Aeries finishes the pairing process, students will be able to access their Student Portal through their Google account. Principal Todd Dearden said on Wednesday, "We spoke to Aeries today and they informed us that the data reformulation is not yet completed. We expect Aeries to grant student access to the Student Portal this week."

How Hank the Haybaler Spent His Summer

Click here or below to see the video shown at Friday's Kickoff Rally.

Clearing Detention Hours

Students with detention hours should be aware that all hours must be cleared WITHIN the grading period they are received. Students can clear hours each Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. in the Cafeteria or Thursdays from 3-5 p.m. in Room 232.

Parent Information Night

* Junior Parent Information Night is Feb. 9 at 6:45 p.m. in the auditorium

SBHS Is a Great Place to Work and Learn

A new video, created in a partnership between San Benito High School and the Community Media Access Partnership (CMAP), showcases why San Benito High School is a great place to work and learn. To watch the video, click here or the picture below.

School Accountability Report Card

The School Accountability Report Card, which features 14 pages of enrollment data, student performance results, graduation rates, facility information and much more, has been released. To read the report, click here.

Click below to read the Daily Bulletin:

Daily Bulletin



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National School Lunch Program

National School Lunch Program Form

Parents, click the link above to fill out the online form for the National School Lunch Program.

Club Ed Offers Tutoring

Students struggling in math, science, English, Social Studies, or any other subject can receive help from a Club Ed tutor. Call Dr. Foster at 637-5831, ext. 244 or Rachel Flores at 637-9605 for more information.

Connect with SBHS

Click the Haybalers icon to access news, sports, features and commentary written by student journalists in the Tech Writing/Newspaper class; the Facebook link takes you to Superintendent John Perales's page; the Twitter link connects to Baler News.

NCAA Eligibility Center

The NCAA Eligibility Website features information for prospective college student-athletes, including the new requirements for students who will enroll full time at an NCAA Division 1 school after Aug. 1, 2016. For more information, visit the eligibility center's website by clicking the logo below or clicking here.

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