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Tuesday, October 16, 2018
A Christopher High School student is enjoying her school experience much more this year than last year, when she and her family say she was emotionally shaken from consistent bullying for her Islamic faith. Now a sophomore, the student has...
Gilroy Unified School District’s three highest-paid administrators were each given 2 percent pay raises on their base salaries, matching the same percentage increases negotiated for its non-instructional classified staff in March. Under the California School Employees Association new contract, a...
Multiple programs at Gavilan College earned the California Community Colleges’ Strong Workforce Stars recognition for their success in improving student employment and wage outcomes, according to an April 17 announcement. A Gold Star was awarded to the Gavilan College program...
Christopher High School students Aubriana Drew-Davis and Andrew Zepeda were recently selected as grade level winners in the Santa Clara County Office of Education’s Young Artists Showcase and New Museum Los Gatos High School Art Competition. Every year, the county...
Gilroy High School’s two swimming pools will be merging into a single large competition pool, as early as next year. The Gilroy Unified School District staff had outlined three renovation options for the aging high school swimming pool complex. The...
Sometimes being safe and environmentally friendly can be fun. The Santa Clara County Health Public Health Department is actively working to promote its Safe Routes to School program: They work to get kids on bikes or their own two...
Despite stalled talks with the teachers’ union, Gilroy school district leaders reached an agreement with its classified (non-instructional) staff for the 2017-18 school year that includes a 2 percent pay raise retroactive to July 1, 2017. Gilroy Unified School District’s...
Contract negotiations officially hit an impasse with the Gilroy Teachers Association last week, and Gilroy Unified School District officials immediately went on the offensive, blaming teachers for the stalled talks. A flashing, multi-colored “Negotiations Update” link on the Gilroy Unified...
In keeping with the national news narrative that high school students can affect huge change, a team of local students took it upon themselves to show that South Valley teens are no different. On Saturday morning at the Gilroy...
California Highway Patrol officers last week issued four citations for motorists who failed to stop for school buses in an enforcement operation in unincorporated Gilroy. Authorities said they also issued one verbal warning, and educated an “untold” number of motorists,...

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