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The design for the planned Measure T elementary school in the Santa Maria-Bonita School District that will be built on land in the Enos Ranch development. includes a two-story building.

Santa Maria-Bonita District Board OKs Purchase of New School Site

District will pay nearly $5.9 million for 10.55 acres to build elementary campus on Enos Ranch development land

UCSB Admissions Applications for Fall 2018 Set New Record

Santa Barbara Student Performs at Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Norway

Santa Barbara Foundation Provides $250,000 Boost for Hancock College Promise Program

Local News

Santa Barbara School Superintendents Make ‘Difficult Decision’ to Close Doors in Face of Thomas Fire

UCSB Delays Final Exams Until January, Westmont & SBCC Cancel Classes For Week

29 Cadets Graduate from Allan Hancock College’s Fire Academy

SBCC Communication Student Abigail Perry Awarded National Honor

Southern Santa Barbara County Schools Close Thursday Due to Thomas Fire

Scholarship Foundation Recognizes Volunteers, Donors

Arts

Spotlight on Teen Star’s 10 Local Finalists

Local News

Solvang Vikings Christmas Party Sparks Smiles for Special-Needs Students

Pancakes, Reptiles and Santa — Oh, My!

Dos Pueblos Engineering Academy Seniors Explore Silicon Valley

Rotary Club Recognizes Santa Barbara Charter School Teacher

Students Explore Santa Barbara Schools Career Technical Education, Special Programs, Academies

Santa Barbara School District Showcasing Academies, Career Tech Programs for Future Students

Laguna Blanca Offers Children’s Interactive Workshop

Knox School Has New Kindergarten Program

Susan Salcido: Giving Thanks

Bill Woodard Joins Education Foundation Board

Aerial Dance Meets English Lit at Laguna Blanca School

Nonprofits

Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Maria Valley Showcases Renovations

Lifestyle

Three Family Homeless Shelter Programs Suffer Federal Funding Loss

Scharfeld is Interim Assistant Principal at Santa Barbara Community Academy

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