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SBHS counselor publishes mystery

Counselor Tim Pipes recently published a mystery, "Bay of Deception," which is available on Amazon. The book, Pipes' first, is set in the Monterey area. To read more about the book, click here for Baler News reporter Elizabeth Mendoza's story on BenitoLink.

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New General Youth News Enterprise episode

The fourth installment of the student-produced General Youth News Enterprise has been posted on YouTube and is available for viewing. Click here to see stories on the Winter Bay Cruise, the new Chef Club, a sports report, a story on Comedy Sportz, and a weather report.

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Baler ASL students reach out to the deaf community

San Benito High School American Sign Language (ASL) students are able to apply in public what they are learning in class by meeting and talking to deaf people in the community on their own time. Every month, ASL Club, led by teacher/advisor Jen Mott, attends at least one event together. Read the full story, written by Baler News reporter Shelby Coffeen, on BenitoLink by clicking here.


SBHS grad is Emmy-nominated video producer

John Hardin, a 1989 SBHS graduate, is an Emmy award-nominated video producer who has worked on well-known projects like Rihanna's "Umbrella" video -- which won an MTV Video of the Year award -- a Miley Cyrus video, and Carl's Jr. commercials. To read the full story, which mentions other Balers from that era who are making a living in Hollywood, click here.


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Senior yearbook tributes now available

Baler seniors and parents:

Senior Tributes are now available in the 2015 San Benito High School yearbook. These unique keepsakes range in price from $90 for a 1/8 page ad up to $300 for a full-page ad in the back of the yearbook. We have kept our prices the same for the past decade.

The deadline to submit tributes and messages is Monday, Dec. 15. Click here for the flyer with details and submission instructions. Tributes and payment can be dropped off at the Student Payment Center during regular business hours or mailed to the address on the flyer.

Please contact yearbook advisor Adam Breen by email at abreen@sbhsd.k12.ca.us with questions.


Canned Food Drive underway

The barrels for the annual Canned Food Drive have arrived on campus and have been delivered to many teachers. Please donate as many canned food items as you can to help those in need in our community. All food will be donated to our local Community Food Bank. The winning class will receive donuts. 

Purchase your Baler Yearbook or pay your sports transportation fee online:

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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.

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Club Ed Offers Tutoring in All Subjects
Club Ed offers tutoring in all subjects for a fee. Contact Dr. Katherine Foster in Room 244, by phone at 637-5831, ext. 244, or by email at kfoster@sbhsd.k12.ca.us. You may also call Rachel Flores at 637-9605 or email her at flores.rach@gmail.com ... Continue
Posted by: Adam Breen
Published: 11/5/14

Senior Winter Bay Cruise January 10th
Seniors! sign up for the return of the Senior Bay Cruise Dinner and Dance, January 10th, 2015.

The cost of $150 per person, and there are only 120 spots available this year.

The cost includes bus transportation up to San Francisco and back o... Continue
Posted by: Mike Schurig
Published: 11/4/14

Warning of Athletics Scam in Our Community

San Benito High School District Athletics Director, Tod Thatcher has been alerted that individuals in the community are going door to door to solicit donations on behalf of Softball and Baseball.  Please be advised that neither Softball or Baseball are fundraising currently and these individuals do not represent San Benito High School Athletics. For questions regarding current or planned student fundraisers, feel free to contact Tod Thatcher at 637-5831 x 350.