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Last night, the Long Beach Unified School District passed a resolution to promote positive alternatives to exclusionary school discipline by a unanimous vote.
Long Beach School Board candidate Megan Kerr announced today that she has secured the endorsements of current School Board Members Mary Stanton and Jon Meyer in the race for the School Board’s 1st District.
Uduak Ntuk, a native of North Long Beach, is a dedicated parent, technical professional and community leader running for LBUSD District 1 seat. A father of two daughters in LBUSD schools, he wants to keep Long Beach Schools great, improve academic outcomes for all students and create more job opportunities for both students and local residents.
This summer kids can have a hands-on introduction to the Long Beach Symphony when they visit a local library. During June, July and August the Instrument Petting Zoo will make eight special appearances to share the joy of music and pique the interest of young children (sometimes as young as 3 years old).
The Port of Long Beach on Tuesday awarded $58,000 to 24 high school and college students who are seeking careers in fields related to international trade and goods movement.
Students of Renaissance School of the Arts take the stage this November to perform a favorite childhood classic The Wizard of Oz! Get ready to reminisce and enjoy the sights and sounds of one of America’s favorite musicals!
In an effort to support local schools and the community, Secure Transportation has offered to transport students to and from school every day throughout the year as part of the company’s recently launched DRIVE Our Future pilot program.
EverythingLongBeach.com recently spoke with Erik Miller, Program Manager of Operation Jump Start, via email. They talked about the inspirations and challenges of running a nonprofit organization in Long Beach.
State test scores for students in the Long Beach Unified School District continued a 10-year upward trend with this week’s release of data from the California Department of Education.
Spring 2012 ushered in a new record for local nonprofit Long Beach BLAST-Better Learning for All Students Today. For the first time in its 12-year-history, BLAST’s Academic Mentoring Program deployed 400 college volunteers to support over 575 at-risk students in a single semester.