The Beverly Hills Board of Education tightened its restrictions about allowing animals on campus on Tuesday at its board meeting.
With major construction set to commence at Beverly Hills High School, the Board of Education is wrestling with where to place performing arts students who will be without their regular performance space during construction.
The Courier was surprised this week to receive a letter emailed out by Beverly Hills Unified School District spokesperson Rebecca Starkins to the entire school district mailing list.
After a somewhat rocky couple of years of audit reports, the Beverly Hills Unified School District received a little more positive news Tuesday in its latest Measure E performance audit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018.
The Beverly Hills Unified School District will have some tough financial decisions to make in the near future, according to a letter received last week by the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE).
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.
At the start of the Oct. 26, 2018 Board of Education meeting, where Beverly Hills Unified Superintendent Michael Bregy shared his second proposal to move forward with reconfiguration, several parents opened up to the board about their concerns.
Last June, Beverly Hills voters narrowly passed Measure BH, calling for a $385 million construction bond that will be used to revamp the school district’s aging buildings.
Big changes are in the offing for Beverly Hills High’s legendary Swim Gym.
Shortly after Beverly Hills Unified School District Superintendent Michael Bregy took the helm of the City’s public school district in 2017, he quickly acquired a reputation for spending. The multiplicity of stories that the Courier has been told over the course of Bregy’s time with the district, enhanced by recent comments made to the Courier, prompted the paper to submit a Public Records Act (PRA) demand on March 5 in order to actually view the expense records of Bregy, as well as his cabinet members.