Tag: SBCISD

San Benito CISD announces graduation date

SAN BENITO — Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the ability of having in-person graduation ceremonies was in a bit of a limbo. However, on Tuesday,...

San Benito NJROTC named Distinguished Unit for 2019-2020 school year

SAN BENITO — From completing school work and training for competitions to lending a helping hand with community events and volunteer work, these students’...

Congratulations, Battle of the Books Competition winners!

The District Library and Media Services Department held their 6th Annual Battle of the Books Competition for the district’s middle schools. Congratulations to Riverside Middle...

Congratulations, Battle of the Bluebonnet Books Competition winners!

The District Library and Media Services Department held their 6th Annual Battle of the Bluebonnet Books Competition for the district’s elementary schools. Congratulations to the...

Congratulations, 2020 Spelling Bee Winners!

The top winners of the San Benito CISD 2020 Spelling Bee competition are, from left, third place winner – Sebastian Saldivar, 3rd Grade, Sullivan...

SBCISD chess teams headed to nationals for 15th consecutive year

By SBCISD Staff San Benito CISD chess teams came, saw, and conquered at the 2020 Texas Chess Association (TCA) Region VIII Chess Tournament held early...

State to pay most of San Benito’s $40 million bond issue

SAN BENITO — As he oversees one of the school district’s biggest projects in decades, board President Orlando Lopez says a state program is...

Zendejas to serve as SBCISD human resources director

27SAN BENITO — Eight months after resigning as Brownsville ISD’s superintendent, Esperanza Zendejas is taking over as the San Benito school district’s human resources...

San Benito superintendent receives 4-year contract

SAN BENITO — A new four-year contract would pay Superintendent Nate Carman a “lump sum” including his annual $202,776 salary, $1,800 monthly stipend and...

San Benito school board keeps Vargas as president; Push failed to remove him following...

SAN BENITO — The school board’s majority wants Michael Vargas to stay on as president — and wants its hierarchy intact. As residents packed the...