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Crews break ground on South Valley Middle School modernization

Gilroy’s school board in the mid-1950s was relieved when they received a bid that was within their budget to replace the seismically unsound high...
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Gilroy schools plan to fully reopen on Aug. 18

If Santa Clara County’s Covid-19 numbers continue on a downward path, all Gilroy schools will reopen on Aug. 18. The Gilroy Unified School District Board...

Distance learning will remain for secondary students

Middle and high school students will remain in distance learning through the end of the school year after a majority of the Gilroy Unified...
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Gilroy school district certifies budget as cuts loom

The Gilroy Unified School District received a positive certification for its interim budget over the next year, meaning it will meet its financial obligations...

Election 2020, Gilroy Unified School District: Mark Good seeks fifth term

Mark Good has served on the Gilroy Unified School District Board of Trustees for 16 years and is running for a fifth term, this...

Hello and goodbye, school board members

After eight years serving as a trustee on the Gilroy Unified School District Board of Education, outgoing member Rhoda Bress, 62, received a heartfelt farewell and standing ovation from colleagues, friends and family as her second term came to a close Thursday evening.

GUSD applauds Gilroy Prep for high test scores in just 2...

Glowing accolades from the Gilroy Unified School District Board of Education topped off a whirlwind two years for the Garlic Capital's newest charter school, which is sailing full speed ahead toward its next milestone.

Election roster lengthens

UPDATE: James Pace, Director of Land Development for Pembrook Development and father of two children attending GUSD schools, filed candidacy papers with the Santa Clara County Registrar's Office Aug. 9. Check back soon for more details.

To the shock of GUSD, council puts a stop on sales...

“Shocked,” “surprised,” “stunned” and “disappointed” by an unexpected 4-2 vote cast Monday by City Council against placing a joint city-school sales tax on the November ballot, it’s “back to the drawing board” for Gilroy School Board trustees as they attempt to safeguard the district from a possible $8.1 million cut in state funding next year.

GUSD passes ‘barely balanced’ budget

The Gilroy Unified School District Board of Education must pass a balanced budget for 2012-13 – and they did exactly that during Thursday’s regular board meeting – but not before a spirited venting session peppered with trustees’ opinions on being forced to pass a “barley balanced” budget based on “fake math.”

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