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September 23, 2021

Photos: San Martin Food Truck Fly In

The San Martin Airport presented The Food Truck Fly-In, an event filled with food, aircraft displays, aviation-centered entertainment and live music on Sept. 11. The event included a 9/11 tribute skydive by Skydive Silicon Valley in recognition of the 20th anniversary of the terrorist...

Free Educational Programs for Schools

W.E.R.C., the Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center, has received grants from Cisco Systems, Calpine and Air Systems Foundation to provide educational programs to public elementary schools in Morgan Hill, Gilroy and Hollister. Availability of grant money is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Students May Attend Commencement Despite Failing State Exit Exam

Seniors will receive completion certificates

Making history at 50 years

The Morgan Hill Historical Society will celebrate its 50th anniversary this weekend with activities for the entire community. The nonprofit’s list of accomplishments includes preservation of historic landmarks and archives as well as multicultural education and enrichment programs that serve youth and adults in...

School district opens four Wellness Centers for counseling support

In an effort to respond to the increasing mental, emotional and physical health needs of the student body, parents and faculty, the Morgan Hill Unified School District has opened new Wellness Centers at four of its campuses. The wellness centers are open at Britton Middle...

Hats for cats

The Morgan Hill Charger School second-grade class raised $803

Live Oak High Alumni Gather

Graduates from 1938 through 1945 filled the Golden Oak restaurant as they gathered for one big reunion this summer. Ninety graduates from the eight classes attended the celebration. Morgan Hill resident Margaret Johnston, Class of 1943, said the reunion was particularly special because a former teacher and school counselor, Phyllis Thomas, was present.

County Supes Favor Preschool Initiative

Prop 84 would allow all 4-year-olds to attend state-funded

Lowest grad rate in the county?

Board of Education trustees are finally speaking up about the Morgan Hill Unified School District’s 2011-12 graduation rate, which the California Department of Education reports is the lowest of 12 districts in Santa Clara County at 78.4 percent.

The 411 on Common Core Standards

There has been plenty of hype surrounding the implementation of the new California Common Core State Standards, or a set of academic guidelines that more or less shape all curriculums and how students are educated and tested.