Long Beach Unified School District

UPDATE

SUMMER 2017

Educare Preschool Breaks Ground

County, city and school district officials broke ground earlier this month at the site of a new early education center on the Barton Elementary School campus in north Long Beach.

 

The model preschool, to be known as Educare Los Angeles at Long Beach, is a collaboration of public and private partners and is one of 22 schools in the national Educare Learning Network.

 

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LB Native to Head New Preschool

As a native of Long Beach, Maria Martinez-Harris understands the needs of the community. Now, she is returning to her roots as principal of Educare Los Angeles at Long Beach, a model early education program now being built on the Barton Elementary School campus.

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Jordan HS Showcases 3 Buildings

Students and staff at Jordan High School recently showcased the first three classroom buildings to be completed as part of the $208 million renovation of the 27-acre campus in North Long Beach.

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Measure E Projects Begin Soon

The Long Beach Unified School District will begin installing temporary, portable classrooms at six host schools starting this summer, creating interim space for students and staff who will leave their campuses during major renovations including new air conditioning and heating systems.

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KEEPING IT LOCAL
Long Beach Couple Beats Odds

Like any construction subcontractor, Miles Taylor, territory sales manager for the Garland Company, has encountered his share of obstacles and unexpected issues. He and his partner, Casey Sheahan, have worked on more than 50 major roofing projects in the Long Beach Unified School district during the past six years.

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Upcoming Events

Next Citizens' Oversight Committee Meeting
Thursday, September 21, 2017 

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.

 

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