UPDATE NEWSLETTER • WINTER 2015
While Measure K school bonds have allowed for the completion of some significant school renovation and construction projects, an additional $3.2 billion in renovations and repairs are needed to bring all campuses in the Long Beach Unified School District to 21st Century standards.
A new two-story performing arts building will be the centerpiece of a renovated Renaissance High School for the Arts in downtown Long Beach.
The Long Beach Unified School District recently launched a redesigned central website, which includes a complete overhaul of the Measure K web pages.
The new site is mobile-friendly, with content stacking on any smart phone, tablet or other hand-held Internet device.
It’s now easier to find Measure K projects that are in progress, completed or upcoming. Each project page has been updated with the latest information on progress, with links to pertinent documents, renderings and photos.
"A school that is safe, secure, durable and comfortable with stimulating architecture,” is how McBride High School is described by the Concrete Masonry Association of California and Nevada.
When John Campbell and his brother started their communications cabling business in 1987, their home’s living room was the office, and their cars’ garage was the warehouse.
Citizens Oversight Committee
Thursday, January 21, 2016
4:30 pm Tour
5:00 pm Meeting
3351 Val Verde Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90808
Measure K funds can only be spent on construction and repairs, not on salaries or operations.
Renovations of gymnasiums and athletic stadiums can provide after-school activities that keep students safe and healthy.
New and remodeled schools are required to have elevators, ramps and other amenities for the disabled.
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