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High School Renovation Survey Results!
Dear Half Moon Bay Community,
A couple of weeks ago, we sent a very brief survey via Schoolloop to all HMBHS families asking if they were in favor of using existing bond money to renovate our classrooms to reflect 21st century learning spaces.
The positive response was overwhelming. Of those who responded, 138 were in favor; only 11 were not. In addition, the teaching staff at the High School were unanimously in support as well as all people who attended the Community meeting November 4th in the High School Library.
Because this is district money, the other school communities will also be surveyed shortly.
To see the survey results, please click the following link.
John Nazar, Principal
Important Information for All Ag Parents!
Dear Parents of the HMBHS Ag Programs,
Welcome to the 2015-2016 school year! By now it seems as though everyone is back into their school routine and getting involved in the classroom, ...more
Safe Routes to School Parent Survey - Please complete by December 4th
Cabrillo Unified is participating in the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program again this year. This program supports initiatives to increase the number of students walking, biking, carpooling and taking public transportation to school for improved health, a cleaner environment, and traffic mitigation purposes. Please complete the survey so we may adapt the program to best meet the needs of the district and individual schools. TAKE SURVEY :: ENGLISH :: SPANISH
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