Long Beach Unified School District


FALL 2016

Measure E Bond Election Set for Nov. 8

This November voters within Long Beach Unified School District boundaries will have the opportunity to decide the future of local educational facilities.


The Board of Education has placed Measure E, a $1.5 billion school repair and safety bond initiative, on the Nov. 8 ballot in response to strong public support for repairing aging schools.


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Air Conditioning Cost: $700 Million

About 50 percent of funds that will be available if Measure E is approved would go to air conditioning systems and related infrastructure improvements at LBUSD campuses.

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All-Weather Fields Provide Durability

Students at three middle schools in the Long Beach Unified School District will be able to play on new all-weather athletic fields, thanks to Measure K.

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Jordan Classrooms Near Completion

The opening of two new classroom structures and a cafeteria at Jordan High School this winter will mark the completion of the first buildings of a $144 million total renovation of the North Long Beach campus.

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Upcoming Events

Citizens' Oversight Committee Meeting
Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016 at 5 p.m. 
Optional auditorium construction site tour at 4:30 p.m.
Polytechnic High School Construction Trailer
1600 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, California 90813

Did You Know? did you know icon

  • The Jordan High School renovation is the largest Measure K project to date.
  • Independent annual audits of the Measure K program have resulted in the highest possible rating from certified public accountants.
  • The Measure K Citizens’ Oversight Committee members serve as volunteers, with no pay or compensation.


Long Beach Unified School District Measure K Bond Program

2425 Webster Avenue, Long Beach, California 90810
Questions? Contact Vivien Hao via vhao@lbschools.net.