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New BHUSD Leadership Team Takes Shape

Beverly Hills Unified continued shoring up its leadership team this week, with the Board of Education voting unanimously on Tuesday to officially make Chris Regan Beverly Vista’s principal for the 2018/19 school year. Regan, who worked briefly as an assistant principal at Beverly Hills High School, has been serving as Beverly Vista’s interim principal since January. 6:02 pm Read More

Active Adults Award Scholarships – Beverly Hills Active Adult Club scholarships went to David Bakalov and Benjamin Dahan

Pictured, from left: BHHS Principal Mark Mead, Dahan, BHHS Counselor Kate Marks, Bakalov and Beverly Hills Unified School District superintendent Michael Bregy This year, the Beverly Hills Active Adult Club (BHAAC) increased the amount given to two deserving Beverly Hills High School seniors from $500 to $1,000. For the past several years the club has bestowed the award on students who show a strong character and demonstrate their involvement in extracurricular activities. This year, the BHAAC’s scholarships went to David Bakalov and Benjamin Dahan. Bakalov will be attending UCLA in hopes of going to medical school and becoming a neuro surgeon and Dahan will be attending Columbia and hopes to continue to serve the community. Pictured, from left: BHHS Principal Mark Mead, Dahan, BHHS Counselor Kate Marks, Bakalov and Beverly Hills Unified School District superintendent Michael Bregy. 5:03 pm Read More

BHEF Receives $30,000 From Beverly Hills 5K Committee

Beverly Hills Unified representatives were awash in joy last Friday morning as the Beverly Hills 5K Committee presented an over-sized check for $30,000 to the Beverly Hills Education Foundation (BHEF) – money that was raised at the inaugural Beverly Hills 5K Run/Walk & Fitness Blast on Jan. 28. 5:57 pm Read More

Teen BHEF – The Teen Beverly Hills Education Foundation (BHEF) celebrated its new leadership team in the final month of the school year

Seated (from left): Jonah Okum, co-vice president; Noelle Trost, president; and Omer Cohen, co-vice president; Back row (from left): Jason Mandel, treasurer; Leadership Team Committee chairs Julia Mandel (community & fundraising) and Estella Rosen (social media); and executive boardmembers Sara Yadidian (corresponding secretary) and Kate Leib (recording secretary). The Teen Beverly Hills Education Foundation (BHEF) celebrated its new leadership team in the final month of the school year. This volunteer organization for 7-12 graders enrolled at the Beverly Hills Unified School District is designed to inspire students to make a difference in their community by providing them with opportunities to participate in service and learning projects. Teen BHEF will be accepting applications for the 2018-19 board when the new school year begins in August. Pictured are executive boardmembers. Seated (from left): Jonah Okum, co-vice president; Noelle Trost, president; and Omer Cohen, co-vice president; Back row (from left): Jason Mandel, treasurer; Leadership Team Committee chairs Julia Mandel (community & fundraising) and Estella Rosen (social media); and executive boardmembers Sara Yadidian (corresponding secretary) and Kate Leib (recording secretary). 5:12 pm Read More

Board Of Education Orders Election Of New Board Members

Attention residents: Do you care about children and want to make an impact in the lives of Beverly Hills’ youngest inhabitants? Consider joining the Board of Education.  On Tuesday evening, the board unanimously passed a resolution calling for an election on Nov. 6 for two governing board members. Both Board President Lisa Korbatov, who is now finishing her ninth year in her second term on the board, and board member Howard Goldstein, now in his fifth year of his first term, have publicly said they did not plan to run again. However, as anyone with lack of access to a magical crystal ball knows, that remains to be seen. 6:43 pm Read More

BHUSD Superintendent Bregy Faces Annual Review

Michael Bregy There’s no doubt about it - Beverly Hills Unified School District Superintendent Michael Bregy is both experienced and intelligent. Following Bregy’s annual “closed session” Board of Education performance evaluation, which began on Feb. 22 and is set to conclude this morning, whether or not he has effectively governed BHUSD in accordance with the expectations set forth for him a year ago is no longer an unknown – at least for the five elected public officials tasked with ensuring the education of Beverly Hills students. 6:36 pm Read More

Attention Voters: $385M School Bond Slated For June Ballot

In its latest effort to upgrade the ailing Beverly Hills Unified School District infrastructure, the Board of Education unanimously voted Tuesday to bring a $385 million construction bond to the electorate by placing a bond measure on the June 2018 ballot. 6:53 pm Read More