Former Beverly Hills Unified School District administrator Chris Hertz this week was named new elementary school principal for the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) released a report last week revealing that anti-Semitic assaults in the United States more than doubled in 2018.
Continuing a baffling trend of failing to address education issues, once again Beverly Hills Unified School District’s latest Reconfiguration Update focused on elements of the transformative process that had relatively little to do with students.
In a scathing editorial written April 6 (“Beverly Hills by the bay”) in the San Francisco Chronicle, the paper labeled Beverly Hills “wealthy, homogeneous” “implacable,” and “exclusive;” claimed that apartment buildings were outlawed, and characterized San Francisco Supervisor Gordon Mar as referring to cities such as Beverly Hills as “historically racist.”
Beverly Hills has joined several other local governments in filing a lawsuit against the California Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) by attorneys from Churchwell White LLP, in the case of County of Santa Cruz et al. vs Bureau of Cannabis Control et al.
Big changes are in the offing for Beverly Hills High’s legendary Swim Gym.
The Beverly Hills artSHOW returns to Beverly Gardens Park 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. the weekend of May 18-19 showcasing a Garden Party to put the spring in your spring.
The residence at 265 S. La Peer Dr. which once belonged to former City Manager Jeff Kolin is again on the market, this time for $2.695 million.
As the Beverly Hills Unified School District plans ahead for its reconfiguration into one dedicated middle school next year, the Board of Education last week discussed ideas to revive the district’s middle school sports program.
Beverly Hills resident Robert Flaxman was one of 33 parents charged by Federal prosecutors in “Operation Varsity Blues,” along with resident Jane Buckingham, as reported in the Courier last week.