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While supplies last, tenth and eleventh graders can receive free admission to the movie 'Selma' at selected theaters.
Students, staff and school district officials participate in the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade.
As fewer students miss school, attendance rates climb to nearly 97 percent.
A Youth Exploitation Safety Symposium aimed at keeping young people safe from human trafficking is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 31 at Cabrillo High School.
High school students provide toys, goodies and holiday spirit to more than 330 underprivileged children.
Jordan High School students find increasing opportunities for hands-on learning and apprenticeships in the construction industry.
High school students receive training that helps them find and retain employment.
Former Board of Education President Bobbie Smith joins school district officials, staff and students for the official naming of Bobbie Smith Elementary School.
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Superintendent Christopher J. Steinhauser provides details on how the state's new funding formula for schools is benefiting local students. Spanish Khmer
The K-8 school earns its third statewide "School to Watch" honor for academic achievement.
Ten students from the California Academy of Mathematics and Science participate in the San Bernardino Forestry Challenge, researching ways to prevent forest fires.
Meet principals and teachers, gather brochures and learn about enrollment.
The Los Angeles Times notes LBUSD's stable leadership and the steady progress of local schools.
Ten more teachers have earned the profession's highest distinction.
The Long Beach service club raises an all-time record amount for Reading by 9 literacy programs that benefit local students.
A national "How-To" guide for school districts looking to expand student participation in Advanced Placement college prep courses includes LBUSD and four other school systems making significant progress.
Leaders from the school district, Long Beach City College and Cal State Long Beach join President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and First Lady Michelle Obama to announce new actions to help more students prepare for and graduate from college.