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Gilroy, CA
Thursday, April 25, 2019
South Valley Middle School teacher Rachael Cornaggia was featured in the latest edition of Santa Clara County Office of Education’s “Why I Teach” video public service announcement series in support of the 2019 Teacher Recruitment Fair.
Gilroy school district negotiators agreed to a new contract with its support staff that was then ratified by the board of education at a Feb. 14 meeting. The Gilroy Federation of Paraeducators came to...
Gilroy Unified School District’s Board of Education approved nearly $3 million in cuts to the 2019-2020 budget, citing a continued trend of declining enrollment, lost revenue and increased costs. Board President James Pace said...
Gilroy realtors are reporting that 1,218 homes (single family, condos and townhomes) were sold in the last two years, yet Gilroy schools are facing a head-scratching trend of declining enrollment. Realtors offer different explanations. Some say sales are declining....
The New Year hasn’t yet offered any solutions to pending budget cuts in the Gilroy Unified School District, but new Board of Education President James Pace is ready to lead the governing body through difficult decisions, including...
Battle lines were drawn in 2018 between members of the Gilroy Teachers Association and officials in the Gilroy Unified School District as contract negotiations dragged on for most of the year. Gilroy teachers—among the...
In a meeting of firsts and lasts, Gilroy Unified School District ushered in new trustees and honored departing members last week. First-term Board of Education trustees Enrique Diaz, Anisha Munshi and Tuyen Fiack, as...
Prospective students can now enroll in winter and spring session classes at Gavilan College, which offers a variety of courses at five locations as well as online: the main campus is in Gilroy, with additional instructional sites...
A Catholic high school has been talked about in the South County for nearly a decade, but the Diocese of San Jose has run into a series of setbacks getting its 40 acres of land—their preferred site...
So much for sibling rivalry. Christopher High School seniors Austin and Dylan Ellemberg were both named semifinalists for the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Scholarship Program, according to a November announcement from the organizers.