Hundreds march from campus to Girsh Park in solidarity with Santa Barbara Unified teachers demanding better wages and benefits.
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The board has 60 days to appoint a replacement to complete the rest of Alvarez’s term or may leave the seat vacant until next November’s election.
More than 200 people crowded the district office on Tuesday night, the night before the first day of contract negotiations between SB Unified and SBTA.
Ellie Lou Olvera, 13, was awarded $10,000 in the nation’s premier middle school STEM competition for her project aimed at fighting “period poverty.”
Santa Barbara High School’s Visual Arts and Design Academy Reaches Midpoint on New Design and Art Studio
Once operational, the 3,350-square-foot studio will be a hub for the seamless exchange between digital and analog art forms.
UCSB’s Gevirtz Graduate School of Education and three other universities have been awarded a $10.4 million contract to launch a national center to expand school-based mental health.