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Update, April 13, 3:30 p.m. According to Berkeley Police spokeswoman Officer Jennifer Coats, police arrested a 17-year-old male from Richmond on the evening of the stabbing on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.
Original story, March 26, 6:57 p.m. A Berkeley High School student was suspended after stabbing a fellow student in the back Thursday. The incident happened off campus during the lunch period. The BHS senior who was injured sustained a non-life-threatening knife wound, and was in stable condition with his family Thursday afternoon, according to an email put out by BHS Principal Kristin Glenchur at around 5 p.m.
Glenchur issued the first of two emails to the Berkeley High community just before 3 p.m. She said the incident happened near Milvia Street and University Avenue. Initially it was thought the perpetrator was not affiliated with Berkeley High but, in her second email, around two hours later, Glenchur said authorities had identified a BHS student “as the person who had the knife.”
“The altercation appears to have been personal and not random,” she wrote. … Continue reading »
Recently a fifth grade student in my class told me that she wanted to be a teacher when she grew up. I was incredibly pleased, a bright young person deciding that they want to be an educator is an amazing thing. It also made me feel pretty proud that perhaps I had played a role in inspiring such an ambition.
However, another part of me wonders what will the teaching profession look like ten years from now when she is graduating … Continue reading »
This past Thursday, February 19th, Berkeley teachers visited businesses across the city as part of our annual “Teachers Across Berkeley” event. We brought them a new placard to join or replace last year’s model — designed by King Middle School teacher Julie Searle. This year’s placard features a quilt motif and the sentiment that Berkeley and its teachers are “United For Our Children.”
The dedication of Berkeley teachers is no secret at this point. From Transitional Kindergarten to Berkeley High … Continue reading »
Diane Wade Bernard passed away peacefully on Nov.12, 2014 at the age of 84, surrounded by loved ones in Berkeley, California.
Diane was born in Long Beach, California in 1930, the daughter of Merle and Elouise Wade. She grew up in Riverside, California, and graduated from Riverside Polytechnic High School in 1948. She attended UC Berkeley and graduated in 1952 with a BA in early childhood development.
During her high-school and college years, Diane was very active in athletics and other … Continue reading »