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The school board approves the 2014-15 budget and Local Control Accountability Plan.
Teams of students from the high school win first and second place in a web-based science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) contest.
Robotics teams from Lindbergh Middle School win first and second place in a competition that includes students from 16 local campuses.
A new garden will tie into academic content standards.
Teachers travel far and wide to improve their craft.
Millikan High School Campus Security Officer Beatriz Nieves earns LBUSD's Classified Employee of the Year Award.
A survey by a nonprofit research group shows that most LBUSD students plan to attend a four-year college or university, and nearly 43 percent will be the first in their families to go to college.
Each year, the Long Beach Unified School District’s Nutrition Services Branch provides summer lunches at selected schools and parks to help children meet their nutritional needs.
The winner is Becky Robbins of Stephens Middle School.
During a sixth-year celebration at Cal State Long Beach, local students and parents discuss the tremendous positive impact that the nationally recognized Long Beach College Promise program has had upon their lives.
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LBUSD Board of Education Member Felton Williams attends a White House event announcing a pledge by the Council of the Great City Schools to improve academic outcomes of boys and young men of color.
The Wallace Foundation will invest about $3 million in a five-year effort to help LBUSD improve the effectiveness of its principal supervisors so they can in turn help teachers to improve instruction.
Graduating seniors here have earned a record $95.5 million, far surpassing the previous record set last year.
Superintendent Christopher J. Steinhauser congratulates the Class of 2014 and thanks all who have supported these students and their schools.
The summer edition of the Measure K Update electronic newsletter is here. Learn about school construction and renovation.
More than 7,000 students have signed up for summer school at LBUSD high schools.
Applications will arrive at homes during the first week of August.
Grant funding from the state will support hands-on learning in healthcare, medical technology, engineering and advanced manufacturing.
The newest ranking of America's best high schools by U.S. News and World Report includes Renaissance High School for the Arts and the California Academy of Mathematics and Science.
Poly ties for first place in the nation's largest solar boat contest, sponsored by the Metropolitan Water District.