With Beverly Hills Unified School District projected to deficit spend upwards of $5 million next year, according to the latest BHUSD financials, the Board of Education is tasked with making serious changes to how the school district operates.
In the wake of the Beverly Hills Police Department’s investigation into alleged student-on-student sexual assault at Beverly Vista – which a previous Beverly Hills Unified School District report referred to as “sexual harassment” – at 8 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 2, the Board of Education met in closed session for almost three hours to discuss just one agendized item: “PUBLIC EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE/DISMISSAL/RELEASE.”
The entire community is invited to attend tonight's Beverly Hills Unified School District Board of Education meeting at which time Board VP Lisa Korbatov is poised to take over the presidency from Mel Spitz. Board member Noah Margo is poised to take over the role of Board VP.
In the wake of Beverly Hills Unified School District’s looming budget crises that will result in dozens of lay-offs next year if creative solutions aren’t found, on Tuesday the Board of Education convened an hour-long study session titled “Planning For Long Term Financial Stability.”
The Beverly Hills school board on Tuesday finalized plans to create a Surplus Advisory Committee to assess the future use of three district-owned properties.
On Tuesday, the Board of Education approved taking steps to transform its 3.5-acre administration complex triangulated by Lasky, Moreno and Young Drives into a mixed-use development with Beverly Hills Unified School District office space and around 300,000 square feet of apartments.
Little more than a month after stepping into his role as superintendent of Beverly Hills Unified School District, Michael Bregy has already become mired in controversy.
Following two divisive study sessions focused on just how the Board of Education might effectively resolve next year’s forecasted $5 million budget deficit, on Tuesday the board appeared to reach consensus on following recommendations put forth by Superintendent Michael Bregy and district staff.
About the only thing the five members of the Board of Education clearly agree on with regard to next year’s budget is that reductions are not going to be pretty.
Beverly Hills Unified School District leaders, including principals, APs, members of the Board of Education, top administrators, and parent and community leaders gathered Tuesday for the annual evening “Leadership & Administrators Dinner.” The annual tradition is a chance for an incredible group of dedicated individuals to gather and enjoy each other’s company and engage in conversations that run the gamut.