School Board

Board Meeting Agenda

Regular  Meeting - August 8, 2017

Agenda          Board Packet   

+M-2 - District Contracts

1. Memorandum of Understanding with Gavilan Regional Adult & Career Education Services

2. David Taussig & Associates

3. Memorandum of Understanding with Girls, Inc.

4. Department of Rehabilitation - Transition Partnership Program Grant

5. Central Coast Sign Language Interpreters

6. Dr. Lou Denti

7. Phoenix Non Public School /Rebekah Children's Services

8. Spectrum Center Non Public School

9. Devereux Texas Treatment Network Non Public School

10. Deborah Bell

11. Memorandum of Understanding for Transportation Services: Hollister Elementary, Gilroy USD, Willow Grove

12. Memorandum of Understanding for Transportation Services: North County Joint Union School District

13. Wonder Woofs

14. Peggy Barker

15. Memorandum of Understanding with Gavilan College

16. Memorandum of Understanding with Monterey County Office of Education Regarding Teacher Credentialing/Induction

 

Archived Board Meetings

Agendas and Packets

Safety Plan

2017-18 BUDGET 

 LCAP 

 


Upcoming Board Meetings

August 1, 2017 - Special Meeting - Board Retreat

  • August 8, 2017
  • August 22, 2017
  • September 12, 2017
  • September 26, 2017
  • October 10, 2017
  • October 24, 2017
  • November 14, 2017
  • November 28, 2017
  • December 12, 2017

San Benito High School District Board of Trustees

San Benito High School District School Board of Trustees

Steve Delay
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SBHSD Board President Steve Delay was first elected to the board in November 2006 and served four years. He was appointed to fill a vacancy and was then re­elected in November 2012 and again in 2014. His term will expire in November 2018. Mr. Delay taught for 10 years in the industrial technology department and retired from the district in 2005 after serving in administration for 22 years. He has a BA from Southern Utah University and an MA in Education Leadership from San Francisco State University.


Juan Robledo
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SBHSD Board member Juan Robledo is a longtime San Benito High School teacher and Student Activities Director who was elected to the board in November 2014. His term will expire in November 2018. During his 38 years at SBHS, Mr. Robledo taught a variety of social sciences classes in the bilingual program and was a Spanish teacher until his 1991 appointment as student Activities Director. He served as a soccer and track and field coach, division chair, mentor teacher and club advisor. He is married to Angela Robledo, who teaches in the Hollister School District. Both of his children, former Baler student­-athletes and ASB participants, are now teachers. He has a BA from San Jose State University.


William Tiffany
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SBHSD Board member William Tiffany was first elected in November 2002. He is serving his fourth term as a trustee. His term will expire in November 2018. Mr. Tiffany is an attorney in San Benito County with the Law Offices of Balbas and Tiffany. He has a BA from Stanford University as well as a JD from University of Hastings. 


John Corrigan
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SBHSD Board member John Corrigan was elected to the board in November 2016.  His term will expire in November 2020.  Mr. Corrigan is a businessman who has spent his career in the fresh produce industry.  He has a son at San Benito High in the Class of 2018, and three daughters who will soon join the Balers in the classes of 21 and 23.  John studied Ag Business Management at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and has made Hollister his home for the past 20 years.


Patty Nehme 
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SBHSD Board Member Patty Nehme was elected to the board in November 2016.  Her term will expire November 2020.  Mrs. Nehme is a teacher at Spring Grove School here in Hollister.  She has a son who graduated from San Benito Class of 2016 and a daughter who attends San Benito in the Class of 2018.  She has served two years on School Site Council and was a Facilitator for the BTSA Induction Program at San Benito High School.  She studied Liberal Arts at San Jose State University.  She has made Hollister her home for the past 15 years.