The Long Beach Unified School District recently received three state grants totaling more than $11 million for facilities improvements at two schools.
The grants came from California Proposition 51 funds through the Department of Education’s Career Technical Education Facilities Program, which provides matching funds of up to $3 million per new construction project and $1.5 million per modernization project.
The Long Beach Unified School District has an innovative energy savings plan that reduces its carbon footprint and saves money over the long run.
The Board of Education recently approved a proposal for installing canopy shade structures with solar roof panels.
When Jason King was a student at Lakewood High School, he wasn’t thinking about how to improve the facilities or upgrade classrooms. Instead, he was dreaming of conquering the next big wave on his new surfboard or hitting the big home run at his next baseball championship.
Volunteers are being sought to advise the Long Beach Unified School District on development of policies and procedures relating to the use of and disposition of surplus property.
Community members are invited to apply to serve on the LBUSD's Asset Management Advisory Committee.
Citizens' Oversight Committee Meeting
Thursday, September 19, 2019
4:30 p.m. Site Tour
5:00 pm Meeting
Location: Lindsey Academy
5075 Daisy Ave., Long Beach, CA 90805
About this Newsletter: Building on Success provides updates on campus improvements and construction in the Long Beach Unified School District. These school facility projects are funded by Measure E and Measure K. Local voters approved both measures.