Posted Thursday, August 10, 2017 – 6:35 PM
By Laura Coleman
On Monday morning, some 4,004 enrolled students are expected to begin classes at the Beverly Hills Unified School District’s five public school campuses. Spread out across the City, the four K-8 schools may well complete their last year as such before the Board of Education ultimately decides on changing that model’s future. The possible reconfiguration to create a dedicated middle school and three K-5 schools is just one of a multitude of district-level changes expected to take place over the coming school year.
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