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The annual event at Cal State Long Beach is expected to attract more than 4,000 students and their parents.
Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell visits kindergartners at Lafayette Elementary School to talk about safety and provide a few treats.
The school board approves the appointment of Yumi Takahashi as Chief Business and Financial Officer.
Eighth graders and their families begin the process of applying to high schools.
The City of Lakewood honors Lakewood High for saving millions of gallons of water.
A famous alum, a teacher and a student have reason to be proud.
The elementary school is among only 170 schools nationwide that earned the award for excellence in building effective family-school partnerships.
National Review Online reports that among California's largest school systems, LBUSD is the most prepared to teach and test students using the latest academic standards.
Newcomb Academy and Roosevelt Elementary School are about half way completed. A local high school also begins major renovation. Learn more about these and other Measure K school construction and renovation projects in the latest edition of the Measure K Update electronic newsletter.
The national Daily Beast website includes seven LBUSD high schools on a highly selective list.
View information on discretionary budgets allocated to individual schools.
All three of LBUSD's teachers of the year chose teaching as a second career.
The U.S. Department of Education awards the grant to the nonprofit organization Dramatic Results for use in four local elementary schools.
The pre-K learning center holds a Bus Driver Appreciation Day.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia joins education leaders in renewing and expanding the Long Beach College Promise to help more students prepare for, and succeed in, college and careers.
About 96 percent of high school seniors here passed either the math or English portions of the California High School Exit exam, with 94 percent passing both. The pass rate improved over the prior year.
Recent high school graduates attend an 18-month Certified Nursing Assistant program resulting in a 100 percent employment rate in the health and medical fields.
The California Academy of Mathematics and Science, a high school soon to be replicated in East Long Beach, ranks fourth on Newsweek’s list of schools that are "beating the odds."