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The mission of San Benito High School is to educate all students to their highest potential so they will have the greatest range of options upon graduation.

Today: 8/5/15

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.

Aeries to replace School Loop for grade reporting

Superintendent John Perales announced that the school will be transitioning in the coming academic year from School Loop to Aeries for grade reporting. Here is his explanation about the decision:

"Dear Students, Parents and Guardians, 
This fall, we will be moving away from using School Loop as our vendor for reporting grades electronically to an Aeries version which will do the same. Aeries is the company we use for our student information database. Using Aeries makes sense because it will interface better with our student information system. I know it will take a bit of getting use to, but I believe it will better for all involved (teachers, students and parents). Many schools use the Aeries system and are quite happy with it. I believe this will be an easier and more reliable system to use. Having said this, it is difficult for me to move away from School Loop as I was the principal at a school that was one of the first School Loop clients. Nonetheless, this is better for us as we move our high school from GOOD to GREAT!"

Fencing goes up on main campus

Two hundred feed of black, eight-foot-tall custom fencing has been added to the front of the main campus along Monterey Street, stretching from O'Donnell Gym to the administration building; the administration building to the library; and the library to the cafeteria. Gates have not yet been installed, but will be, officials say.

To read the story from the Hollister Free Lance, click here.

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Baler pride represented in Saddle Horse Show Parade

District seeks reimbursement for Grad Trip bus cancellation

Principal Todd Dearden on June 25 informed Class of 2015 graduates as well as parents and guardians that he and school district attorneys have written a letter to U.S. Coachways, Inc., which cancelled its contract with the district the day before grad trip, forcing the district to transport seniors to and from Disneyland on school buses. The letter requests reimbursement for the cost of that transportation and associated costs, with any money reimbursed to the district distributed to students who went on the trip. "I can't promise what will be the outcome of our communications with U.S. Coachways, but I do want to let you know that we are taking action and will keep you informed as we learn new information," Principal Dearden said.

To read Principal Dearden's letter to grads, parents and guardians, click here.

To read the school district's attorney's letter to U.S. Coachways, seeking reimbursement for the cancellation and is associated costs, click here.

District thanks prize donors for staff year-end celebration

Thank you to the many sponsors who have donated prizes to make our End of the Year Celebration a huge success!

                                                                

Ace Hardware

Herff Jones – E. Dirks

AESOP

Hillyard-The Cleaning Resource

AEDIS Architects

Hollister Landscape Supply, Inc

Aflac

Jardines de San Juan

Andy’s All About Fruit

Jet Tec

Artspark – Lee Coop

Lubrication Engineers

Bus West

Marich Confectioners

Baker Supplies & Repairs

McAbee’s Feed

Baler Football Boosters

Frank and Evelyn Muro

Bernie Ramirez

Office Depot

Blach Construction

O’Reilly’s Auto Parts

Blossom Nails & Spa

19th Hole

Bus West

Paine’s Restaurant

California Janitorial Supply

Palace Arts

Chaminade

Penquin’s Car Wash

Cheap Seats

Pinnacle Organic Produce

Cleary Consultants

Premiere Cinemas

ComputerLand of Silicon Valley

Rianda Air, Inc.

Country Rose Cafe

Roundtable Pizza

The Danielsen Company

Running Rooster

Dannis, Woliver, Kelley Law Firm

Safeway

Dickey’s BBQ

San Benito Co Horse Assn.

Dona Esther

San Juan Oaks Golf Club

Edges Electrical Group

Snap On Tools

Enterprise Electric

Starbucks

Enviroscience, Inc.

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Freedom Meat Company

Sud’s Car Wash

Golden Bear Fire Extinguisher

The Grove

Grasshopper Company

The Happy Rooster

Greenwood Motors

Vertigo Coffee

Guerra Nut Shelling

Watsonville Coast Produce

Happy Cafe

Rob Zimmerman

 

 

 

Summer School Information

Dear Students and Parents, 
Below are two attachments sharing information regarding our Summer School Program. I know these letters were mailed home this week (if your student is registered for summer school). Some of you have shared concern regarding information - I hope this helps.

 

San Benito High School District is excited to offer its summer program for grade 9 - 12 at San Benito High School from June 15th to July 23rd. Classes will be held Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 1:20 p.m. All summer school classes will be held on the main campus. The summer school office will be located in the Career Center building (RM 184) on Monterey Street.

Parents and students are encouraged to discuss summer school enrollment with their counselors, paying careful attention to graduation and college A-G requirements. The SBHS Summer School program presents an incredible opportunity for our students, whether they’re pursuing remediation, or meeting requirements to allow for an intervention course offered during the regular school year. If you have any questions about course offerings or your student’s academic plan please contact your student’s counselor.

Schedules will be passed out the morning of June 15th in the O’Donnell Gym beginning at 7a.m. The semester timeline is:

  • S1 = 1st Semester only - June 15th to July 3rd
  • S2 = 2nd Semester only - July 6th to July 23rd

I look forward to working with you and your student to provide a positive Summer School experience.  You may also email me at lchavez@sbhsd.k12.ca.us or call 637-5831 Ext. 184.

 

Sincerely,

 

Laurie Chavez

Summer School Principal

 

Please read the following Frequently Asked Questions and Answers. If you have additional questions about the 2015 Summer School session please send your question via e-mail to lchavez@sbhsd.k12.ca.us.

 

Q: Our family is planning a trip during the Summer School session. Can our student miss more than 3 days of class?

A: No. There are no exceptions to the Summer School attendance policy. Students are only allowed 3 absences. Upon the 4th absence (or 3 absences and 1 tardy) the student will be dropped from the course. Three (3) tardies are equivalent to one (1) absence. On the tenth (10th) tardy the student will be dropped.

Q: What are the dates and times for the two Summer School sessions?

A: Session 1 runs June 15th – to July 3rd from 8:00 a.m. – 1:20 p.m.

Session 2 runs from July 6th – July 23rd from 8:00 a.m. – 1:20 p.m.

Each session meets, Monday – Thursday.

Q: Does the summer program offer library hours for study?

A: The library is available during class time only.

Q: Is it possible to check out my student before the 1:20 p.m. dismissal time?

A: Yes, however attendance is taken hourly, so leaving early could affect a student’s attendance record.

Q: How do I get in touch with my summer school teacher to check on the status of my student?

A: All students will receive a course syllabus on the very first day of class. This syllabus will contain teacher contact information.

Q: Will the cafeteria be opened during summer school?

A: Yes, the cafeteria will be opened along with the snack bar and several food carts located around main campus.

Q:  Where can my student pick up his/her schedule?

A:  Students will be able to pick up their schedule in the O’Donnell Gym on June 15th.  Students can begin picking up the schedule at 7am.

 

 

Modernization Update

Air-conditioning and modernization are moving forward! Things are moving and happening and that makes me happy! Our students and staff are going to love their new classrooms! Go Balers!


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Congratulations to the Class of 2015

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. 

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School Accountability Report Card Released

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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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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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 here.

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