Three years ago, a former REALM Charter School teacher was exonerated in criminal court of sexually assaulting a student. Now the student is filing a civil suit.
The 16-year-old Berkeley High student pleaded guilty to a felony crime and his sentence includes time in a rehabilitation facility.
The sexual assault occurred during school hours, police said.
Police say they seized “parts to explosives and assault rifles, several knives” and other concerning materials at the boy’s Berkeley home.
The BB gun had a “steel slide and polymer frame” and “all the visible markings of a real handgun,” police said.
Chi Phi and Theta Delta Chi have lost their official status until 2026 and Sigma Alpha Epsilon has lost its status until 2029.
The men were “looking for a particular student,” according to an email BHS Principal Juan Raygoza sent to the school community Friday night.
A project to make a dangerous, highly trafficked stretch of Milvia Street safer for cyclists is expected to wrap up in January.
The two candidates will take over for Judy Appel and Beatriz Leyva-Cutler, who are both retiring from the board.
With BUSD’s phased reopening plan, middle and high schools are not likely to reopen before elementary campuses.
In a race with no incumbents, six candidates are running to fill two seats during an academic year upended by COVID-19.
BUSD will pair in-person classes with distance learning for K-12 students beginning in August — if, and only if, county and local shelter-in-place guidelines move to the next phase of reopening.