Students from all five Beverly Hills Unified School District schools recently enjoyed a day of art and fun in anticipation of entering the annual PTA Reflections contest. The deadline for all submissions is today, Oct. 19. Pictured: Michaela Ash, Michael Ash, Minkyung Jung, Yea Jung, Hannah Davis, Eve Davis, Gracie Cotliar, Cora Azevedo, Evelyn Kruger, Kim Becker, Farrah Dodes, Shirley Chao, Robin Lanzer and Cindy Trost.
Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) students have no intention of slowing down on their push to get President Donald Trump to stop the L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) from running a subway tunnel under Beverly Hills High School (BHHS).
Later today, the Beverly Hills Education Association (BHEA) is set to vote to ratify a tentative contract agreement with the Beverly Hills Unified School District giving the association a compounding increase of 15.2 percent to the base salary schedule in exchange for eliminating the salary formula.
It’s finally election day, and Beverly Hills voters will head to the polls today to elect two new members to the Board of Education.
While the details have yet to be made public as of press time, the Beverly Hills Unified School District appears to have negotiated a successful tentative agreement with its teacher’s union.
Hawthorne administrators took swift action last Friday afternoon following reports, which later turned out to be unfounded, that a substitute teacher had detained students in the classroom at the end of the day, even getting physical with students.
In a year that has seen a multitude of academic successes often dwarfed by the inner and external turmoil swirling around the Beverly Hills Unified School District, the current standoff between the Board of Education and the teacher’s union is now threatening to encroach on students’ education.
Starting this morning, Beverly Hills Unified School District families can expect that many teachers will be putting forth little effort on behalf of students once their work day officially ends.
Last Thursday, Marvin Winans Jr., a Beverly Hills resident and parent of three young children, became the third and final official candidate in the race for a seat on the Beverly Hills School Board.
Beverly Hills public school teachers pulled no punches about their feelings on contract negotiations in the wake of classes resuming once again this week: they are demonstrably frustrated.