Long Beach Jordan High School
Councilman Dee Andrews kicking off the 6th District Literacy Program at Abraham Lincoln Elementary.
Sixth District Councilman Dee Andrews is pleased to introduce the 6th District Literacy Program. The kick off of the program was at Abraham Lincoln Elementary, located at 1175 E 11th Street, Long Beach, CA.
Megan Kerr is running for LBUSD Board.
District 1 School Board candidate Megan Kerr praised Jordan High School Principal Shawn Ashley and the Long Beach Unified School District for the timely progress of its new construction project.
The Long Beach Jordan High School, WRAP Program is please to announce the Youth Empowerment Conference “Beyond This Moment,” Saturday, April 13, at Jordan High School.
This High School/Youth Led produced event will be transported to students from all over the greater Long Beach area to discuss the problems that plague our teens.
Jordan High joins the Newsweek list for the first time.
Breaking its own record again, the Long Beach Unified School District now boasts an all-time high of eight schools on Newsweek’s annual listing of America’s Top High Schools.
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The City has developed a vision for North Long Beach that includes the transformation of the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and Artesia Boulevard into an important commercial gateway. To further this vision, The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency assembled a 2.2 acre site located at the northeast corner of Atlantic Avenue and Artesia Boulevard for the development of a full-service, sit-down restaurant, as preferred by the community.
Cal State Long Beach Gets Nearly $1 Million CPEC Grant to Work with Local Algebra Teachers, Increase Students’ Achievement
The California Postsecondary Education Commission (CPEC) has awarded Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) a four-year, $996,284 grant for a project that will have university professors working with algebra teachers from five Long Beach high schools in an effort to increase mathematics achievement among students, particularly those from underperforming groups.
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On Saturday, September 18, The City of Long Beach Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine hosted this year’s Baseball and Softball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at Blair Field. The ceremony included an unveiling of the new Wall of Fame at 11:30am, a Meet and Greet with the recognized players at 12:30pm, and the official honoring and announcements of the inductees at 1pm.
The California Post-Secondary Education Commission has awarded a four-year, $920,000 Improving Teacher Quality grant to California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) to support teacher development at the Long Beach Unified School District’s Cabrillo and Jordan high schools.
Each year, the Long Beach Unified Family Committee meets throughout the school year to encourage open dialogue between employees and Superintendent Chris Steinhauser.
As the chief administrator for the school district, the Superintendent of Schools works closely with the elected Board of Education.
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The Long Beach Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine has announced that the Jordan High School Pool, located at 6500 Atlantic Avenue in Long Beach, closed to the public as of Saturday, August 14.