‘We Need Reinforcements:’ BHS Reacts to Lack of Substitutes
Schools nationwide are struggling with a severe shortage of substitute teachers, and Berkeley High School (BHS) is no exception.
California Must Continue to Fund Remote Learning for Students
Forcing schools to send their students to in-person school without adequate remote alternatives is irresponsible, inequitable, and will result in more issues than it solves.
BUSD, City Hold Vaccine Clinic Near BHS Prior to School Year
How Has Berkeley Handled Having a Partially Vaccinated Population?
As the vaccinated population increases, many are now grappling with how to handle having a partially vaccinated household or bubble.
The United States is Obligated to Provide Pandemic Relief to India
As India struggles to overcome its second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, America has a political and moral obligation to send relief in the form of vaccines, ventilators, and Personal Protective Equipment.
Where Does BHS Go for Lunch?
Orientations Prepare Students for In-Person School Year
BHS Activist Clubs Plan Strong Return to Action
“It Feels Unreal:” BHS Students Return to In-Person School
With in-person school now mandatory, students, staff, and teachers are feeling a variety of emotions about returning to campus.
Coaching Boys Into Men Program Makes Promising Debut at BHS
Designed to educate male athletes on gender-based violence and consent, the program has created positive change in the mountain bike team, according to student athletes and coaches.