Berkeley Unified School District 2134 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Berkeley, CA94704 This is the administrative office for the Berkeley Unified School District. It manages 11 elementary schools, three…More middle schools and three high schools within the city of Berkeley. It is also in charge of nutrition services, purchasing and reprographic services, risk management, benefits and transportation. If you would like to enroll your child in one of the schools, visit the office and fill out the appropriate forms. You can also tour the schools by appointment.
Berkeley Alliance 2000 Hearst Ave, Berkeley, CA94709 The "alliance" in Berkeley Alliance refers to the collaboration between UC Berkeley, the City of Berkeley and the…More Berkeley Unified School District. These organizations work together within the BA to bring together the ideas and resources of policy makers, community leaders and institutional representatives to come up with creative and just policies benefiting Berkeley youth and their families.
BAHIA 1718 8th St, Berkeley, CA94710 The Bay Area Hispano Institute for Advancement provides subsidized or full-cost coverage child care for kids…More ages 5 to 10 at this 8th Street location. It supplements the Berkeley Unified School District, providing part-time care after school during the school year and full-time on BUSD holidays and during the summer. It provides nutritionally balanced snacks during the half-day schedule and three meals during the full-day sessions.
Chez Panisse Foundation 1517 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA94709 The Chez Panisse Foundation likens the provision of a healthy school lunch to the provision of physical education…More classes in schools, and wants to create a future where the former will seem as natural as the latter. In pursuing this goal, it developed a model for reform now implemented in the Berkeley Unified School District that eliminates almost all processed foods in favor of local, seasonal, organic meals prepared from scratch every day that still falls within the district's food budget. It also keeps up a one-acre organic garden and kitchen classroom at the MLK Jr. Middle School in which children learn healthy lifestyle choices.