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New Early College Credit Program at BHHS!

In line with our district goal of college and career readiness, we’re excited to announce that BHUSD has partnered with West LA College to provide new opportunities for BHHS students to begin taking college courses on our campus and earn college credits during their high school years! Students will gain early exposure to college coursework guided by West LA College instructors with the support of the District.
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BHUSD Looking For Special Education Classroom Assistants - Apply Now!

Assist special education teachers in and out of the classroom ad/or provide one on one assistance for a student. Work with special education students of all levels and assist them with daily tasks. Supervise students in special education and general education classrooms and ensure that curriculum and lesson plans have been adapted to meet the students' needs. Apply Now: edjoin.org. For more info: (310) 551-5100 x2226
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New Administration Leadership Teams Announced for 2019-20

We have redesigned a new leadership team structure aligned with the goals of our new configuration that will support the diverse academic, social, and emotional needs for each and every student. We are pleased to share our new leadership structure and team appointments.
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BHUSD Board of Education Approves the Reconfiguration of K-8 Schools

BHUSD Board of Education approves the reconfiguration of K-8 Schools in the 2019-2020 school year. Beverly Vista will become the first consolidated Middle School in Beverly Hills Unified School District history. Two TK-5 schools will be at Hawthorne and Horace Mann, while El Rodeo will go off-line for 2 year-construction beginning June 2019. Several Transition Teams will be formed and open to all BHUSD Community members to join. If interested please email: community@bhusd.org.
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FERPA

Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Association, et al. v. California Department of Education
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Beverly Hills Emergency Notification System

The City of Beverly Hills has a mass communication system to notify citizens of an emergency or disaster. If you live or have a business in the City, your landline phone number is already included. Go to www.beverlyhills.org/emergencynotification to add your cell phone, email address and other information.

Call (310) 285-2100 if you have questions.
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WeTip’s School Safety Program

WeTip’s School Safety Program offers the WeTip anonymous hotline to students and their families. WeTip’s hotline is a way for people to get involved in establishing a safer community. Students are often afraid to report crime information because they fear reprisal from the person they are reporting. WeTip gives students and their families an opportunity to give information without fear
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