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450 S Williams Road, San Benito, TX 78586 Phone: (956) 361-6500 Fax: (956) 361-6579
Order your yearbook now! $65. Call 956-361-6500 with any questions.

Pre-order the 2018 San Benito High School yearbook. Books are $65.Only 300 books available. Place an order today in Room F5 during the lunch periods. For more information, please call (956) 361-6500.

Recognized on Friday, March 16, 2018, in McAllen by the American Welding Society-Rio Grande Valley Section (AWS-RGV) for 10 years of service, as Secretary, to students in the welding programs, valley-wide.

Mr. Hector Rendon was recognized on Friday, March 16, 2018, in McAllen by the American Welding Society-Rio Grande Valley Section (AWS-RGV) for 10 years of service, as Secretary, to students in the welding programs, valley-wide.

campus crime watch phone number is 254-3664

Greyhound Campus Crime  Watch https://sbhs.sbcisd.net/apps/news/article/829234

student braiding hair in a cosmetology class

SBHS offers Cosmetology courses

Hi 5 honorees are pictured with Dr. Nate Carmen.
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NINOS, Inc. Scholarship Open

Seniors!!! Are you a former NINOS, Inc. student? Apply for the NINOS,Inc. Scholarship! Deadline to turn in application is March 29, 2018. Contact Mrs. Lupita Pina in the Go Center with any questions regarding this scholarship. You may call her at 361-6537.

School Safety Is Top Priority / Seguridad es Prioridad

School is a place where children deserve to learn free from fear. The responsibility of keeping our schools safe belongs to everyone. In these times of heightened awareness, schools, students, parents, staff and community must remain ever vigilant in our efforts. Please know that our priority is to provide a safe learning environment for all students. Recently, we have experienced a number of threats made in our schools and we are highly concerned. Today we would like to talk about what we can all do to guarantee your safety in school. When students make any type of threat, we take this seriously. Any threat made against anyone of our schools, even those made as a joke, will have severe repercussions, including potential criminal charges and a possible recommendation for expulsion from school. It is important you are careful and think through what you post, say, and write regarding threats against our schools. In addition, if you have knowledge of someone making any type of threat against our schools we ask that you come forward so that all students are safe. Working together we can and will assert you are safe. Your parents place their trust in us each and every day. Our greatest responsibility is to educate you in a safe environment where you can learn and grow. As a student it is your responsibility to assist with making your school safe. Today you are being asked to support this effort. Please report any suspicious activity to our District's Police Crime Watch at (956)254-3664.

Campus Crime Watch

campus crime watch number is 956-254-3664
The district's Police Department has a Campus Crime Watch. Individuals are encouraged to call Campus Crime Watch to report any suspicious activity, incidents, or crimes by texting or calling 956-254-3664. If you know any information regarding a recent threat made towards our campus, we encourage you to make the anonymous call and report it. There is a reward for any individual that provides information which leads to arrest.
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On Thursday, March 22nd, the Creative Writers Club hosted San Benito's own Elke Allen. Her presentation taught members about book publications (including self-publish and traditional) and promotion. Her author's journey to publishing
On Thursday, March 22nd, the Creative Writers Club hosted San Benito's own Elke Allen. Her presentation taught members about book publications (including self-publish and traditional) and promotion. Her author's journey to publishing
On Thursday, March 22nd, the Creative Writers Club hosted San Benito's own Elke Allen. Her presentation taught members about book publications (including self-publish and traditional) and promotion. Her author's journey to publishing

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On Thursday, March 22nd, the Creative Writers Club hosted San Benito's own Elke Allen. Her presentation taught members about book publications (including self-publish and traditional) and promotion. Her author's journey to publishing "Stellie and the Sunflower Seeds", and the experiences she shared were greatly appreciated.