Long Beach Longfellow Elementary School
Hughes Middle School will team up with Goodwill, Serving the People of Southern Los Angeles County (Goodwill SOLAC), to host a community Used-Book Drive for America Recycles Day, Saturday, November 15, 2014 from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm.
The Green Team Clubs at Longfellow and Hughes are holding a clothing drive to Share the Love. — photo via eylc
February is the month to “Share the Love” and the Green Team Clubs of Longfellow Elementary & Hughes Middle school are hosting their annual “Share the Love” Community Used Clothing Drive.
Hughes Middle School and Longfellow Elementary will team up with Goodwill, Serving the People of Southern Los Angeles County (Goodwill SOLAC), to host a community Used-Book Drive for America Recycles Day on Saturday, November 16, 2013.
Longfellow Elementary School, one of Long Beach’s largest elementary schools, has just been named one of four California finalist nominees for the new federal Green Ribbon Award, a federal program that recognizes schools for reducing environmental impact on their communities, promoting healthy school environments for their own students and staff, and offering high-quality environmental education.
Hughes Middle School and Longfellow Elementary will team up with Goodthrift Used Clothing Recycling to host a Used Clothing and Toy Drive at Hughes Middle School, 3846 California Avenue from 11am to 1pm.
February is the season to “Share the Love” by donating your old clothing, household fabrics, and soft and hard toys to Hughes & Longfellow schools.
On behalf of the over six million children educated in public schools in California, Long Beach parents, teachers, and Educate Our State are organizing parents and supporters in a show of solidarity and frustration with the current educational system and the lack of support by the California legislature.
The Long Beach Unified School District honored nine of its elementary schools last month with STAR Awards for significant gains in student achievement.
This year’s winners are Addams, Alvarado, Burbank, Burnett, Fremont, Lafayette, Longfellow, Madison and Willard elementary schools.
Sam Paano of Gourmet Conspiracy, will host a cooking demonstration this Sunday at the Long Beach Sunday Market in California Heights at 11:00 a.m.
Chef Panno will launch the latest market activity with a quick shopping spree and a chat with the farmers, followed by a demonstration of a couple of preparation methods using the market produce.
Dramatic Results, an amazing art studio located right here in Cal Heights will be hosting a “make and take” booth on the first Sunday of every month.
Today, Sunday, February 7 they will feature a shell workshop using Native American drills made by Jordan HS students!
This weekend Long Beach foodies will have a new way to “Go Green” and shop local while creating a healthier lifestyle and catching up with friends and neighbors in a festival setting.
The Long Beach Sunday Market opens this weekend and every Sunday from 9:00 a.m.