It's an event the staff of Beverly Hills High School and the District Office look forward to every year...
Thank you to our amazing PTSA for treating us all to a Thanksgiving feast, and to the BHHS Chamber Orchestra, Minnesingers and Madrigals for the fabulous entertainment.
We are truly thankful here at BHUSD!
The Beverly Vista School “Run for Success and Health Fair” on November 15, 2017 was a huge success!
This is the 3rd year for the event – the biggest fundraiser of the year for the school that involves kids.
It’s the kids themselves that generate the bulk of the donations, which go directly to BV.
“We love to see them be involved in this,” says Beverly Vista Principal Christian Fuhrer, “ This is their school! We love to empower them!”
“All the money will go toward programs, material, supplies – all the great things that make Beverly Vista an amazing school for learning,” said Fuhrer.
All grade levels took turns running laps around the school as part of the fundraiser, as the school band entertained the crowd and parents and kids enjoyed a whole assortment of activities!
“They’re running, there’s a hula-hoop contest, a jump rope contest, push-up’s, pull-up’s… there’s a yoga class going on, a dance class going on,” said BV Assistant Principal Alyssa Para, as she enjoyed the activities among the students.
The fundraising goal this year was $35,000, which was quickly surpassed thanks to some fun incentives for the kids.
When fundraising hit $25,000, Fuhrer and Para dyed their hair green! When the amount surpassed $50,000 the day of the event, PE Coach Todd Radonsky shaved his head – with some help from students!
BHUSD Regular Board Meeting 11-14-17
Produced by the students in the Telecommunications Class at Beverly Hills High School.
A special invitation from Superintendent Michael Bregy:
Here in the Beverly Hills Unified School District, we pride ourselves on using the latest advances in technology as part of our every day learning in the classroom.
From Kindergarten to High School, our students are using programs like Seesaw, Nearpod, zSpace, Booksnaps, Chatterpix, and Flipgrid to bring lessons to life. We’re reimagining how our instructors are teaching, and taking our students to places they couldn’t have reached without technology.
But the most important lesson doesn’t come in an app.
It’s digital citizenship: kids and families need to know how to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in a digital world.
BHUSD is here to help provide you with the tools and resources to make this happen, and to draw connections between what your kids are learning in the classroom, and your role in guiding your student’s behavior and decision making at home, and in the future.
Join us Wednesday November 29th – for a free event to help you become a Plugged-In Parent. We’ll have guest speaker from Common Sense Media and activities just for you, geared at raising Digitally-Safe and Media-Smart Kids: at Home, at School, and at Life.
Our Plugged-In Parents event is Wednesday, November 29th, from 6:30 to 8: 30 pm in the Beverly Vista School auditorium. Complimentary refreshments and childcare will be provided.
We hope to see you there!