The work of Baler art students is on display in panels in the Davis Library on campus.
Baler Athletes of the Week are cheerleader Rebecca Costanza and golfer Hannah Higgins (pictured with ASB Commissioner of Athletics Yazmin Rodriguez.)
Baler juniors received free donuts at break on Friday, Oct. 13 for surpassing the 60 percent participation rate in National School Lunch Program sign-ups. The sophomore class had the highest participation rate in the school, and will receive pizza on Friday, Oct. 20
A message regarding air quality from SBHS School Nurse, Tess Smith:
At this time, according to the Monterey Bay Air Resources District, Hollister is at Moderate level of Air Quality Index. We are in contact with the PE coaches and this is the status:
Artists' renderings highlight the facility improvements that will take place on campus thanks to the community's support of bond Measures G and U and the Board of Trustees' approval. Some of the work is underway and more is planned over the next few years, as the school modernizes, expands and upgrades facilities to benefit academics and athletics. Click the images below to see them in a larger format.
Cal SOAP's Cash for College event on Oct. 10, in conjunction with SBHS counselors, attracted more than 800 parents and students for the two-hour event. During that time, 357 Dream Act and FAFSA applications were completed, bringing to 54 percent the amount of the senior class that has submitted financial aid paperwork.
Next week is Fall Homecoming Week, which will include daily dress-up days, the annual Homecoming Parade through downtown Hollister on the special schedule Thursday (Oct. 19) and a special rally schedule Friday, Oct. 20 for the Homecoming Rally. The Homecoming football game will be Friday and the dance will be Saturday, Oct. 20.
Dress up days are as follows:
Monday: Hawaiian Day
Tuesday: Musical Decades Day
Wednesday: College Day
Thursday: Mathletes vs. Athletes (parade from 2-3 p.m.)
Friday: Baler Spirit and Hat Day (rally in the morning)
The 143 Baler freshmen participating in Fall sports have an average GPA of 3.38 and none are ineligible. Eleven have a 4.0.
San Benito High School District seeks volunteers to fill the following vacancies on the bond measure Citizens' Oversight Committee: a business organization member, a taxpayers' organization member and the parent of a student enrolled at SBHS. If you are interested in being a part of the Citizens' Oversight Committee, please complete the following application and return to the Office of the Superintendent, 1220 Monterey St, Hollister, CA, 95023.