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There is still time for students in first through eighth grades to enroll in LBUSD’s award winning Summer Enrichment Program.   

 

SEP offers children the opportunity to take classes from credentialed LBUSD teachers, supporting students' growth through unique experiences.   

 

This year the program will be held at Emerson Parkside Academy from Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to noon.

 

Session 1 – June 26 to July 13, $325

 

Session 2 – July 17 to August 3, $325

 

Classes available include:

  • For students entering first and second grades: art, music and Spanish
  • For students entering second and third grades: art, cooking and science
  • For students entering third, fourth and fifth grades: art, drama, earth science, general science, oceanography and STEM exploration
  • For students entering fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grades: art, digital filmmaking, photography and STEM

To register, or for more information, go to www.lbschools.net/sep or email SummerEnrichment@lbschools.net.

 

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Posted by: Public Information Office, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 6/9/17




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Posted by: Public Information Office, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 5/31/17




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View the attached information from the Long Beach Fire Department and Long Beach Police.

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Posted by: Public Information Office, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 5/23/17




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Published: 5/23/17




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Posted by: Superintendent Steinhauser, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 5/22/17




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The Long Beach Immigrant Rights Coalition has planned a workshop for 6 to 8 pm. Wednesday, April 12 in the Poly High School Library.  The workshop will include information on the rights of every person, regardless of immigration status, when interacting with police officers or ICE agents.

 

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Posted by: Superintendent Steinhauser, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 4/11/17




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The National Science Teacher Association and the California Science Teachers Association are supporting a March for Science at multiple locations nationally on Saturday, April 22, including a 10 a.m. Long Beach march from Bixby Knolls to Houghton Park.  View more information about the Long Beach march at the Teachers Association of Long Beach website.

 

The intent of the nonpartisan march is to advocate for high quality science education for all and to advance the idea that science has application to everyday life, is a vehicle for lifelong learning, and expands our knowledge of the world around us.

 

Learn more about the national effort at marchforscience.com.

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Posted by: Public Information Office, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 4/11/17




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The Long Beach Public Library will offer an amnesty program for overdue book fines during the month of April, in celebration of National Library Month. From April 1 to April 30 the library will welcome back its overdue books and waive associated fines. Return any undamaged, overdue library materials to your local Long Beach Public Library location, and your overdue fines will be waived. If you have overdue fines from previously returned materials, donate a new book to the library and those fines will be waived, too.  For more information, visit the Long Beach Public Library in person or online at www.lbpl.org.

 

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Posted by: Public Information Office, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 3/17/17




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Long Beach Transit is offering community meetings on March 22, 23 and 25 to share information about transit trends and gather feedback on how to better meet transit needs.  View the attached flier for more information.

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Posted by: Public Information Office, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 3/17/17




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The Long Beach Unified School District embraces all students and remains committed to affirming a safe, productive learning environment for everyone.

 

Transgender students in LBUSD will remain protected regardless of the new executive order by the Trump Administration pertaining to access to restrooms and locker rooms.  California Education Code permits students to use facilities consistent with one’s identity.

 

Christopher J. Steinhauser
Superintendent of Schools

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Posted by: Superintendent Steinhauser, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 2/23/17




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Dear Parents/Guardians,

Last night, the Board of Education approved a resolution to communicate to all families and students that the Board supports them and will do everything in its power to protect them regardless of nationality, immigration status, religion or other factors.  A copy of the resolution and a letter from the Board is attached.

Christopher Steinhauser
Superintendent of Schools

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Posted by: Superintendent Steinhauser, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 2/16/17




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Posted by: Public Information Office, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 10/17/16




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Posted by: Public Information Office, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 9/23/16




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The scary season has arrived – and the Press-Telegram wants to be spooked.

The newspaper is again launching its popular Scary Stories contest for Long Beach area youth. Winning entries – both stories and artwork – will be published in the Press-Telegram on Halloween, Oct. 31.

The rules are the same as last year: there will be three age categories for stories and drawings: Elementary school (K-5), middle school (grades 6-8), and high school (grades 9-12).

Here are the rules:

• The deadline is Oct. 24.
• All entries must be emailed, with the subject line “Scary Stories,” to: ptnews@presstelegram. Stories can be submitted in the body of the email, or as a Word attachment; drawings should be submitted in JPEG format, no larger than 5MG in size.
• Stories must be no longer than 650 words.
• Artwork must be original (no tracings)
• Entries will be judged based on imagination, creativity and theme.
• The winning entries will be published in the Press-Telegram on Oct. 31, and posted online.

If you have any questions, e-mail Press-Telegram City Editor Melissa Evans at mevans@scng.com or call 562-499-1280.

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Posted by: Public Information Office, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 9/20/16




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Posted by: Public Information Office, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 9/14/16




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Posted by: Public Information Office, District Admin, Long Beach Unified School District
Published: 6/13/16