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February 9, 2023

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.

Religion: Living in Peace

It was Christmas morning, but this Christmas was unlike any before. It was 1914, and thousands of soldiers were in the trenches as World War I was beginning to rage.  Yet, in the midst of the war and conflict, something beautiful emerged. Historians do not...

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.

Schools wait for state budget

With a dark cloud lifting from the district

Nuts Looking towards Easter

Well, our annual ski/winter break has come to an end and all of

Sandbags available at locations throughout county

Santa Clara County residents can get free filled sandbags from sandbag sites operated by the Santa Clara Valley Water District ahead of more heavy rainfall expected this week. Heavy winter rainfall can cause flooding in minutes but homeowners can use sandbags to prevent or reduce...

NW Services Looking for Host Families

NW Services, a CSIET-approved program, is looking for host families for high school students from Mongolia and Germany and other areas for the 2006-2007 school year. The students are 15-18 years old and can begin arriving this month to attend high school in Morgan Hill.

‘Trigger’ removal impacts school district

School Board President Shelle Thomas said removing the Coyote

School district moving ahead with parcel tax for June 2018 ballot

With school district leaders pushing for a parcel tax to be on the June 2018 ballot, Morgan Hill Unified’s board of education unanimously approved a $20,000 consulting contract to pursue the measure.

Sobrato sports funding questioned

Board approves $154,811 to outfit new spring teams