By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ
If you’ve already surmised that the increase in security at San Benito High School has a little something to do with the varsity cheerleading controversy, consider it a good guess.
In an exclusive interview with the San Benito News on Thursday, San Benito Consolidated Independent School District Interim Superintendent of Schools Alfonso Obregón spoke candidly on the cheer dispute and confirmed on Friday that it has also prompted authorities to step up security at SBHS and the John F. Barron Administration Building.
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