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This global service project taught the eight grade students lessons that could not be learned in the classroom. They also had a chance to practice their Spanish. Ten eighth graders from Westerly school traveled over 3,000 miles last week to Nicaragua to build a sustainable learning garden at a school in a rural farming community near Villa El Carmen.
Nine California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) alumni were recently recognized with the Distinguished Alumni Award for their accomplishments in their respective fields.
California State University, Long Beach’s (CSULB) 2015 Commencement will be a collection of 10 graduation ceremonies at the Long Beach campus. It will be Jane Close Conoley’s first commencement as CSULB’s president.
From left: Tiffany Chen, City of Long Beach Sustainability Analyst; Diana Craighead, President, Long Beach Unified School District Board of Education; Daniel Brezenoff, Deputy Chief of Staff to Mayor Robert Garcia; Councilwoman Lena Gonzalez; Renaissance High School Principal Quentin Brown; and Renaissance High School students.
The Theatre Arts Department at California State University, Long Beach has announced the entertainment offerings for their theatrical fundraiser on Sunday, May 3rd. Art à la Carte: A Taste of All Things Theatre at CSULB, will be held from 5 to 8pm in the Theatre Arts building on the CSULB campus.
Nicholas Negrete has been accepted Into seven Ivy League Schools, and Stanford University. St. Anthony High School senior Nicholas Negrete has been accepted into seven out of eight Ivy League schools plus Stanford University.
Current and future students studying in California State University Long Beach’s (CSULB) Urban Teacher Education Academy (UTEACH) will benefit from new stipends and scholarships thanks to a $500,000 gift from SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union (FCU).
On Sunday, April 12, at 3:00 p.m., the Long Beach Symphony Percussion Consortium will present a FREE, outdoor chamber music program on the campus of California State University at MatterApp: Pyramidial, an art installation located between the great blue Walter Pyramid and the Bob Cole Conservatory.
Long Beach City College sports information specialist Chris Ruiz (center) receives the Brass Top Award from California Community College Sports Information Association members Jerry Hannula (left) and Eric Mendoza (right).
Photo of all SAHS students that participated in the Science Fair; Winning awards were Diana Palma first from the left in the front row, Thomas Mbadugha second from the left in the back row, and Clarissa Tacto first from the right in the front row.