Beverly Vista School
Email:        Address: 241 Moreno Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90212

    A New BHEA
    Welcome to! This website contains all the
    information you will need to understand your rights and
    benefits as a BHEA member. Thank you for visiting and let us
    know if you have any questions or concerns.

    In the coming weeks, look for us to add information regarding
    professional development, a section just for parents, and a
    FAQ page to address membership questions.
Beverly Hills Education Association
Educational Employees Working Together
News & Announcements
BHEA Committee Chairs

Bylaws - David Siskin
Elections - Josh Glass
Grievance, Political Action Committee - Christopher Bushee
Human Rights - Andre Law
Organizing - Lisa Dickens
Professional Development - Debra Joseph
Social - Julie Goler

If you are interested in serving on or learning more about any
BHEA committee, please contact us at
Home        Leadership        Staff        Resources        Professional Development        FAQ        Parents        Contact Us
BHEA Meeting Dates Scheduled for 2014-15
Click here to view or download the meeting schedule for the
school year.

Check out the latest Consensus newsletter!
Members, please go to our Resources page where you can
check out the latest issue of our newsletter. Print the reference
sheet so you always have access to important dates and
contact information regarding BHEA.
Adequate Equal Healthcare
Posted April 15, 2015

The BHEA bargaining team has been negotiating with the district on behalf of teachers and staff to increase health and welfare
benefits for all unit members and to prevent any further increase in the growing gap between the active member and retiree cap.
Currently, active full-time employees receive up to $7250 a year in benefits with an increase to $7500 next year. This number is
among the lowest in Southern California. By comparison, LAUSD employees receive $10,500 a year in benefits. Culver City
educators receive $10,060 and will receive $10,460 starting next year.

Presently, there remains a gap between BHEA and the district and time is running out at the bargaining table. As educators in the
Beverly Hills Unified School District, we pride ourselves as being among the best in our profession working in a great community.
In the area of health and welfare benefits, we are not looking to be at the top of the list overnight. We just feel we should not
continue to be among the worst.

Please contact your Board of Education members to help us convey this message. Their contact information is below:

Dr. Brian Goldberg, President

Howard Goldstein, Vice-President

Lisa Korbatov

Lewis Hall

Noah Margo
  • Gap remains between BHEA and district at the bargaining table
  • BHUSD health and benefits package among the lowest in the area