Long Beach Unified School District



High School Safety Upgrades

With campus safety among the top priorities of the Long Beach Unified School District, a new $2.3 million security system is being installed through Measure K funding.


The system provides high quality video monitoring throughout high school campuses, and it offers operators in a central dispatch location the ability to monitor activities 24 hours a day.


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Community Clarifies Priorities

Some of the top priorities of parents, students, staff and other community members include attracting and retaining excellent teachers, maintaining school safety and repairing or renovating aging facilities. That’s according to more than 1,200 responses to recent online questionnaires and community surveys.

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$600 Million in Improvements

During the past several years, $600 million in school construction and improvements have been completed or are in progress at each school in the Long Beach Unified School District. View school-by-school description.

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Outreach to Future Contractors

Dozens of construction contractors and trades people recently learned how to become eligible to bid on upcoming school building and renovation projects at the fourth annual Measure K outreach fair.

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Designer Updates Auditoriums

Casey Chapin loves the challenge of creating 21st Century learning environments while respecting the original design of historic buildings.


That’s why he’s thrilled to work on the team from LPA Inc., the architecture and engineering firm that has completed modernization plans for two historical auditoriums in the Long Beach Unified School District.

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Upcoming Events

Contractor Prequalification Workshop
Thursday, April 28, 2016 at 1:00 pm 
Facilities Department, Conference Room 3
2425 Webster Avenue, Long Beach, California 90810

Did You Know? did you know icon

  • Two-thirds of local schools were not built with air conditioning, and the remaining schools have air conditioning systems that are at or nearing their end of life.
  • Removal of outdated portables has freed up space for playgrounds and landscaping on dozens of campuses.
  • More than $3 billion in repairs and improvements beyond what is available through Measure K are needed throughout the school district.


Long Beach Unified School District Measure K Bond Program

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