Parents, community invited to join accountability committee
The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is San Benito High School's assurance to the public and the California Department of Education that we are spending our funding in alignment with state priorities and providing supports to our most underserved students. As part of the planning process, San Benito High School is inviting parents and community members to serve on the LCAP committee. This committee will meet approximately four times during the spring to review data and provide input for the plan. If you are interested in serving on this committee or have further questions, please contact Cindi Krokower at 637-5831 x 162.
Study session on Nash Road Closure, neighborhood parking
The public is invited to a March 4 Board of Trustees study session on neighborhood parking issues and the proposed Nash Road closure. The meeting will take place Wednesday, March 4 at 7 p.m. in the San Benito High School auditorium, 1220 Monterey St. Trustees and Superintendent John Perales are planning an evening of collaboration, focusing on facilities and the safety of students. Public ideas and concerns are welcomed as the district works to ensure that the school and surrounding neighborhoods are welcoming and safe for students, families and residents. Questions? Call Tricia Cooper at 831-637-5831, ext. 132.Click here for the flyer in English. Click here for Spanish.
Follow the Superintendent on Facebook
Superintendent John Perales encourages the community to follow him on Facebook to stay up with news and notes about San Benito High School and receive updates on college-bound students. To access his page, click here.
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.
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Resources for parents of a special needs child
The Community Advisory Committee on Monday, March 9 will hold a free presentation for every parent, guardian, caregiver or involved family member of a child with special needs. "Holding Hands Along the Journey" will discuss how to h...