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May27, 2020

Live Oak students help protect the front lines

Grace and a group of teammates are helping health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 fight by creating face shield parts with 3D printers.

Schools closed for rest of year

The Santa Clara County Office of Education took another big hit Wednesday as schools sites within the district were officially shut down through the end of the Spring semester.

School meals to go

Even though schools are closed, school district staff and a host of local partners and volunteers are making sure students are well-fed during the current pandemic stay-home order.

Borello School construction to start in August

The Morgan Hill Unified School District is set to continue construction at S.G. Borello School after spending months removing contaminated soil off the proposed site.

Schools remain open as virus spreads

And while local school district officials had a brief coronavirus scare when it was learned that an employee at a school dance venue last weekend had been exposed to the virus, there are no plans to close any campuses in Morgan Hill.

Contractors fund Measure I campaign

Throughout January and February, contributions from the construction industry have been steadily streaming into the campaign committee promoting Measure I.

MHUSD settles negligence claim for $750K

The Morgan Hill Unified School District quietly settled a lawsuit with an alleged sexual assault victim last year for $750,000.

Charter School of Morgan Hill honored by state

The Charter School of Morgan Hill, a K-8 independent charter school located in the outskirts of Morgan Hill, was honored as one of 21 California Distinguished Schools in Santa Clara County.

Claudia Rossi elected to lead county schools

Claudia Rossi of Morgan Hill is the new president of the Santa Clara County Board of Education. The county school board on Dec. 11 elected its officers for 2020. Rossi, who was elected to the board in 2014, was...

School district asks voters for $900M bond

The Morgan Hill Unified School District is hopeful that the district’s registered voters will agree with the school board, and approve a $900 million school bond on the March 3 ballot.