The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) is implementing a new set of creative strategies to address student behavioral problems following an uptick in incidents in the aftermath of the pandemic.
In its first meeting since students returned to school, the Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) board pointed to several encouraging administrative developments, including an enrollment increase after several years of declining numbers.
The July 25 Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) board meeting reviewed the student cell phone policy on the district’s campuses, approved a $408,000 construction project to replace playfield turf at Hawthorne Elementary School and introduced a career academy for high school students.
Tina Wiener loves when students recognize they have just learned something new and exciting. “I realized when I started teaching, there’s nothing more rewarding than when a student is having an ‘aha!’ moment—a connection with what they’re learning,” Wiener told the Courier this week.
A trial is scheduled to begin on July 24 in a civil lawsuit filed against the Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD), Beverly Hills High School (BHHS) and former baseball coach Henry “Hank” Friedman regarding alleged incidents of sexual abuse from 1978 to 1981. The
The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) school board has approved a three-year contract extension with the accounting firm Moss Adams, LLP, which was hired by the district to conduct performance audits for Measure E and Measure BH funds.
Beverly Hills High School (BHHS) student Zoe Suder is accustomed to tough opponents on the soccer field, but her latest fight, combating cancer–specifically, osteosarcoma cancer, which starts in the bones–wasn't one she was prepared for.