The Beverly Hills Unified School District plans to return to in-person classes for middle and high schools next month.
On March 15, the BHUSD Board of Education and Superintendent Michael Bregy sent an email to the BHUSD community to let parents and students know that students who attend Beverly Vista Middle School and Beverly Hills High School will return to in-person classes on April 8, pending approval by the BHUSD board and leadership of the Beverly Hills Education Association.
Further details are expected to be released by April 6, the officials wrote, and “if your family wishes to continue with distance learning, it will be available.”
“We are aware that COVID-19 has impacted our families, our employees and our community significantly,” the officials wrote. “We recognize that our families have taken on new roles and responsibilities, juggling many commitments and supporting children at home through virtual learning. We must also applaud our employees who have shown dedication, loyalty and extraordinary skills, reimagining education to fulfill their responsibilities for an entire year.
“There will be continued pressures as we move forward in our reopening efforts,” the officials added. “Each member of our community faces different challenges and holds different opinions on how reopening should take place. We commit to you that we will listen and work together with our leadership as we navigate this time.”
For information, visit bhusd.org.
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