BUSD classified employees honored with WE CARE Service Awards (7 of 11 pictured with Deputy Supt. and Supt.)
These classified employees (listed below) received WE CARE customer service awards at the […] Continue Reading »
Dr. Allison Briscoe-Smith captivated Washington and Malcolm X parents with the subject, “How to Talk to your Kids about Race”.
Washington and Malcolm X Elementary School’s PTAs co-sponsored an event on […] Continue Reading »
BRIDGE/PUENTE is an ongoing collaboration between Thousand Oaks Elementary, Saint Mary’s College, and Richard Geer
Originally conceived of by Thousand Oaks’ parent Rachel Hurwitz, and developed with the supportive leadership of […] Continue Reading »
Do you have Valentine’s plans? Do you love your school gardening program? Get your tickets to our Valentine’s Wine Walk along North Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto here and have a night […] Continue Reading »
All Parents/Guardians of BUSD 5th graders and students new to the Berkeley Unified School District must submit a Middle School Parent Preference Form along with residency and required documentation to […] Continue Reading »
This letter was released today by Superintendent Evans, along with a set of answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
Update 2/26/15: The town hall meeting to discuss enrollment growth and facilities planning, […] Continue Reading »
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The City of Berkeley’s Health Officer urges vaccination against measles due to a statewide outbreak that has reached Alameda County. If your child has not received the […] Continue Reading »
A letter and accompanying documents were sent to middle and high school families (in English and Spanish) from Superintendent Evans and School Board President Judy Appel.
The letter briefly discusses our […] Continue Reading »
Pastor Anthony L. Hughes (St. Paul AME Church) and BUSD Superintendent Donald Evans (pictured) did a great job of managing a packed and exciting program.
Thelette Bennett, Retired BHS Vice Principal […] Continue Reading »
Please join Superintendent Evans, district leaders, and members of the Parent Advisory and District English Learner Advisory Committees for a Town Hall on Thursday, February 19th at Longfellow Middle School (1500 […] Continue Reading »