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Beverly Hills News – Mayor to Seek Council Support to Develop Driverless Vehicle Transport

Driverless-Car-Featured The Beverly Hills City Council will be examining the feasibility of an autonomous vehicle program within the City to provide driverless transportation to residents for "first and last mile" issues related to the Metro Purple Line Extension into Beverly Hills, to relieve traffic congestion on short trips, aid senior residents in local mobility solutions, and create visionary options that could place the City in the lead for technological vision. Read More

Career Day – Beverly Hills High School Culinary Arts students delighted over 100 local business leaders who came to speak at this year’s career day

Beverly Hills High School Culinary Arts students Kyle Chlavin, Ori Fedida, Kyle Khalili, Annabel Bao and Rubini Korasidis Beverly Hills High School Culinary Arts students Kyle Chlavin, Ori Fedida, Kyle Khalili, Annabel Bao and Rubini Korasidis (pictured above) delighted over 100 local business leaders who came to speak at this year’s career day at BHHS with a delicious luncheon prepared entirely by students. The annual event, which gave students the opportunity to attend some 150 sessions, introduced the City’s young minds to a multitude of professional opportunities that await. Read More

Science Winners – The Beverly Vista Middle School Science Olympiad team competed in the Antelope Valley College regional competition on Saturday

L-ScienceOlympiad The Beverly Vista Middle School Science Olympiad team competed in the Antelope Valley College regional competition on Saturday, earning a 4th place overall ranking out of 27 total schools in the competition. The Bulldogs have qualified to move on to the State competition on April 2nd at Cal Tech in Pasadena. Pictured, front row (from left): Addison Kreshek, Benjamin Moon, Juan Pablo Sanchez,  Daniel Chang, Leo Vergara, Mrs. Bahare Yektafar; 2nd row (from left): Katherine Bim-Merle, Jacob Getty, Weston Verstegen, Phillipa Verstegen; back row (from left): Mrs. Eam, Sienna Wolfe, Mrs. Silva, Mrs. Archna Tuli, Claire Kim, Govind Tuli, Yarden Keinan, Jayden Bulexa, and Science Olympiad Coordinator Mrs. Carly Verstegen, Arya Yektafar, Mrs. Lepar, Sarah Lepkowitz, Justin Wolfe, and Dr. Michelle Kalt. Read More

Science for Students – Beverly Hills High School students showed off their smarts at the Science Olympiad Polytechnic School Invitational

L-Science Beverly Hills High School students showed off their smarts at the Science Olympiad Polytechnic School Invitational, winning 1st place Experimental Design, 2nd place for Game On, 2nd place for Green Generation and 3rd place for Chemistry Lab. Overall, the BHHS team came in 10th. Pictured (back row, from left): Sophia Goldberg, Noella Kim, and Bella Cura; (middle row): Rebecca Regwan, Katie Niknam, Katie Wu, James Dohm, Jordan Lee, Jordan Grode, and Quentin Sandhaus; (front row): Jamie Kim, Lital Peykar, and Noah Danesh. Read More

And That’s The Weather – Meteorologist Josh Rubenstein visited Beverly Vista School to teach the fifth grade students about weather and climate.

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On Monday, CBS/KCAL Meteorologist Josh Rubenstein visited Beverly Vista School to teach the fifth grade students about weather and climate. Mr. Rubenstein brought along the Weather Van which is outfitted with high-tech equipment. He also spent the afternoon broadcasting the weather live from the BV playground! Mr. Rubenstein asked the students and the principal questions during the broadcast. Fifth grade teacher Jonathan Weiss arranged the visit.

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