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Nonprofit profile of CARAS: Local Latino community activists celebrated at awards event


Main story: Barrett Elementary School teacher loves life in the classroom


Your Estate . . . with James Ward: Planning can assure loved ones don't go broke paying for health care


Nonprofit profile of Gilroy Recreation Department: 'Alice in Wonderland Jr.' teaches children the skills to perform


Community Voices by Bobbi Jo Palmer: There's a new day at the Gavilan College Educational Foundation


Our Youth . . . with Bernadette Angeles: Developmental Asset No. 29 — Honesty


Rachel's Challenge urges young people to act with kindness to others


Our Youth . . . with Hildelisa Murillo: Developmental Asset No. 3 — Young person receives support from non-parent adults


Guest column by Michelle Montoya: Teach kids how to be aware of sexual predators


Community Voices . . . with Trinity Chester: Event provides needy with produce


Our Youth . . . with Bernadette Angeles: Developmental Asset No. 10 — Safety in a Neighborhood


Main story: Gavilan College opens its Coyote Valley site to about 80 students


Guest column by Michele Bresso: MH high school graduates: Consider studying at Gavilan College


Nonprofit profile: Mt. Madonna YMCA's after-school programs empower youth


Editorial: One million dollars needed to jump-start inclusive playground


Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: Supervisor finds it's fun reading with children at the MH library in the morning


Our Youth . . . with Emma Orth: Developmental Asset No. 21 — Achievement and motivation


Calendar of Events: Published in the March 29 – April 11, 2017 issue of Morgan Hill Life


Nonprofit profile: AAUW's Wildflower Run this year honors longtime resident Elena Moreno


New community librarian likes what she sees in Morgan Hill


The Bigger Picture . . . with Marty Cheek: 'Go, Dog. Go!' and Winnie-the-Pooh story read on Dr. Seuss's birthday


Nonprofit profile: Local Girl Scouts learn leadership skills at 'journey challenge day'


Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: Get a cup of coffee and raise money for El Toro school's Home and School Club


Youth Action Council . . . with Connor Noyes: Developmental Asset No. 37 — Personal Power


Education: Britton students benefit from bike exercise thanks to Specialized


Calendar: Published in the March 1 – 14, 2017 issue of Morgan Hill Life


Main story: Lisa DeSilva honored with 2017 Leadership Excellence Award


Guest column by Anthony Picchi: MH Scout learns how to lead with his Eagle project


Editorial: Child Advocates needs volunteers to mentor foster youth


Youth Action Council . . . with Isabella Giubileo: Developmental Asset No. 40 — keep a positive view of personal future


Community Voices: Martin Murphy students recall beloved science teacher Mary Francis


Sobrato senior, Live Oak teacher announced as student, educator of the year


YAC by Lyssa Marlyn Fuentes: Latina student shares thoughts on having a positive cultural identity


Editorial: Two South Valley leaders enhanced our local education


Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: Community mourns the loss of beloved Martin Murphy science teacher


El Toro school will transform into health science academy this fall


Citywide Science Fair brings in a record number of student entries


Winners of the 2017 Citywide Science Fair


Guest column by Nichole Martin: Annual event aims to empower local youth


Editorial: This year, Silicon Valley Reads focuses on 'justice for all'


Nonprofit profile: Local children in need receive free books 'to feed the mind'


Guest column by Donna Ruebusch: MHUSD board president aims to include everyone


Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: South Valley singers say goodbye to Phil Robb, longtime choir director


Ellen Moreno: Prominent Morgan Hill educator to be fondly remembered at service Jan. 7


Nonprofit profile: More than 100 local fourth graders get an opportunity to 'Shop With a Cop'


Youth Advisory Council . . . with Daniela Orozco: Student learns about Developmental Asset No. 39 — Sense of Purpose


Main story: Britton Middle School to undergo $50 million renovation project


Ribbon Cutting — BookSmart Books & Toys


Morgan Hill's Discovery Counseling Center expands to help Gilroy students


YAC column with Ali Daneshvar: Developmental Asset No. 9 — Service to others


Education: School district using drone programming for innovative project-learning system


Main story: Local residents learn how to help save lives during natural disaster


Editorial: We encourage board members to work for our students


Nonprofit profile: Rebekah's Culinary Academy teaching next generation of chefs


Live Oak students explore the dark side of the mind with 'Macbeth'


Fifth grade students see how justice system works in field trip to courthouse


Oakwood High School students bring Korean War television show to the stage


Guest column by Majhon Phillips: Music can help children develop creative thinking


Music in the Air . . . with Mark ‘Fenny’ Fenichel: Rock For A Reason raised $5K to benefit Edward Boss Prado Foundation


At-risk South Valley youth enjoy softball games and camaraderie


Tom Arnett: Morgan Hill Unified School District School Board Race


Albert Beltran: Morgan Hill Unified School District School Board Race


Angelica Diaz: Morgan Hill Unified School District School Board Race


Guest column by Tom Fadre: Program unites foster youth with internships


Six candidates running for three open seats on MHUSD's school board


Chamber of Commerce with John Horner: Gavilan, Chamber partner on many projects


State of the schools is improving, challenges still remain, superintendent says


Community Voices by Dave Allen: Lessons learned from Leadership Morgan Hill's 'Community Oasis' project


Gav's Aviation Maintenance Technology program a boon to industry


Guest column by Roxanne Ohayon: Local student studies stem cells at Stanford


Documentary about sexual assault on college campuses comes to MH library


Lead story: Reading program at P.A. Walsh boosts confidence of students


Guest column by Kimberly Beare: Program helps students take responsibility


Junior Journalism: Local students discover role of 'six serving men' in helping them write


Brian Bueno's thoughts: The Fourth is America's birthday


News Briefs: July 20, 2016 edition


A Veteran's Life ... with Connor Quinn: Tales of travel from a local studying in Spain in Gavilan summer program


YAC with Chinecherem Ndionyenma: Developmental Asset No. 23: At least one hour of homework


Junior Journalism: YMCA students learn the importance of using correct punctuation


Superintendent's View with Steve Betando: MHUSD accomplished much, feels proud


Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: Two residents publish third book about the county's hot springs


Guest column by Daryton Ramsey: El Toro considers becoming health science academy


Junior Journalism: YMCA students describe the importance of reading and writing skills


Election news: Arnett beats Torrisi for temporary seat on fractured school board


Education: MH Community Adult School gives 'second chance' to older students


Q&A with Dr. Kathleen Rose: Gavilan hires from within, taps executive vice president to lead college


Voices garners court approval


Morgan Hill Community Adult School gives second chance to older students


Around Town: 2016 Leadership Morgan Hill raising funds through brick sale for Central high project


Letter to MHUSD from Superintendent Steve Betando


MHUSD graduation rates down slightly, but higher than county average


Nonprofit profile: CordeValle Foundation helping to grow the game of golf


YAC column by Isabella Giubileo: Developmental Asset No. 25 — Reading for Pleasure


Q&A with Casino Fajardo: District preparing for new elementary school in northeast Morgan Hill


A Principal's View . . . with Chris Moore: Britton school selected to partner with Silicon Valley Tech Museum


Safety at MHUSD board meetings brought into question by three trustees


Teacher says trustee has a history of intimidation, bullying at schools


MHUSD graduation rates down slightly, but higher than county average


Q&A with Roy Racho: Central high student wins Chamber's 'Rock the Mock' logo contest


Live Oak High School Senior Awards Night


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