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Local students participate in the Concerned African American Parents annual Oration Contest.
Register now for the award-winning, fee-based program to be held at Carver Elementary School.
Read samples of public feedback on the school district's recent adopton of K-12 mathbooks and instructional materials.
Two recent USA Today videos feature innovative work-based instruction that teaches high school students valuable job skills. View the videos.
More than 600 people attend the school district's first-ever Students of Color "Town Hall" Meeting. The event, in partnership with the White House and other large school districts, provides important information on helping to prepare all students for success.
A former school board member is honored for Black History Month, a sixth grader advances to a statewide geography contest, and several high schoolers earn national honors for their documentaries in a C-SPAN competition.
View the newest edition of the Measure K electronic newsletter, which provides updates on school construction and renovation.
A number of efforts are under way to support students under a new and improved accountability system for schools. Learn more in this newsletter for parents:
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View information on discretionary budgets allocated to individual schools.
Members of the Poly High School String Quartet maintain 4.O or better GPAs in between performing with professionals, playing sports and volunteering with the Long Beach Symphony.
Long Beach Rotary treats local preschoolers to a special visit and free books.
Several of the high school's teams earn first place honors in the annual business plan competition.
Middle school parents and students are taking the pledge that is part of the nationally recognized Long Beach College Promise program.
LBUSD students sign up for more than 10,000 Advanced Placement college-level exams. The school district now covers most of the cost so parents don't have to.
The elementary school is among three public schools statewide nominated by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson. The national award recognizes eco-friendly practices and exemplary environmental education.
Two of LBUSD's newest and smallest high schools have received more applicants then they can accommodate.
A commentary piece notes the continued success of LBUSD when compared to other school systems nationally.
Long Beach Council PTA President Jodie Storey, who represents nearly 19,000 members and 51 PTAs within LBUSD, gives the school choice process here an A-Plus.