Last year, before winter break for Beverly Hills Unified School District students, two six-year-old kindergarten boys were suspended for one week as a result of having viewed and touched the private area of a five-year-old girl in the school’s TK class.
First class flights. Pricey off-site retreats and conferences. Costly new office furniture and thousands of dollars in lunches. These are among the litany of expenditures that Beverly Hills Unified School District Superintendent Michael Bregy is alleged to have made using public funds since taking the reins of the City’s public school system two years ago.
Come fall 2019, Beverly Hills Unified School District may well be the most advanced public school district in the nation when it comes to safety.
As everyone knows, kids are no slouches when it comes to building themselves up at the expense of others.
The community is mourning the passing of Samuel Louis Milton Kolko, who died at 24 years of age on Feb. 21.
Tuesday’s Board of Education budget study session offered a glimmer of hope with multi-year budget projections forecasting that Beverly Hills Unified School District may one day spend within its means.
In the wake of Beverly Hills Unified School District’s plan to reconfigure the school district to include a dedicated middle school at Beverly Vista, Superintendent Michael Bregy appears to have misstepped by sanctioning the creation of a committee that was tasked with re-naming the 95-year-old Beverly Hills school.
It’s no secret that childhood habits creep into adulthood. To that end, the American Heart Association is committed to helping youngsters live healthy lives. On Wednesday, around 400 Beverly Vista students, in transitional kindergarten through fifth grade, jumped rope and participated in various activities, raising over $6,500 for the Association to distribute to local agencies that help children with heart conditions, such as Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, UCLA and USC.
On Tuesday morning, Jan. 29, at precisely 8:19 a.m., Beverly Hills Unified School District Superintendent Michael Bregy sent out an email directed to “BHUSD Families.”
Despite assurances to the school community last week by Beverly Hills Unified School District Superintendent Michael Bregy that interested parties would be kept apprised of the process to reconfigure the century-old school district to include a dedicated middle school, it appears that proposed changes are happening too quickly to adequately keep the community informed.