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The national Daily Beast website includes seven LBUSD high schools on a highly selective list.
Burnett Elementary School will be called Bobbie Smith Elementary School, while Hill Classical Middle School will become Eunice Sato Academy of Math and Science.
LBUSD special education occupational therapist Arnel Calvario will be among the honorees at the Oct. 23 Gene Lentzner Human Relations Awards held by the California Conference for Equality and Justice.
LBUSD Head Start, for children from low-income families, is now enrolling.
LBUSD and six other school districts, which have applied for an extension of their federal waiver from certain No Child Left Behind rules, are now welcoming comments on two proposed amendments to the waiver.
The school board approves the 2014-15 budget and Local Control Accountability Plan.
Teams of students from the high school win first and second place in a web-based science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) contest.
View information on discretionary budgets allocated to individual schools.
LBUSD students took 20 percent more of the college level tests in 2014 compared to the prior year. A record 4,429 students earned a passing score. The school district will cover most of the AP exam costs for parents this school year.
The high school is one of nine California schools piloting a project this fall to help students earn pre-apprenticeships in the construction trades.
Year-round, fee-based preschool has expanded to three sites. Full-day and part-day sessions are available.
The school district participates in a countywide campaign promoting regular attendance in school.
Students and a school district leader earn local and national recognition.
LBUSD Board of Education Member Felton Williams attends a White House event announcing a pledge by the Council of the Great City Schools to improve academic outcomes of boys and young men of color.
Graduating seniors here have earned a record $95.5 million, far surpassing the previous record set last year.
The Wallace Foundation will invest about $3 million in a five-year effort to help LBUSD improve the effectiveness of its principal supervisors so they can in turn help teachers to improve instruction.
The newest ranking of America's best high schools by U.S. News and World Report includes Renaissance High School for the Arts and the California Academy of Mathematics and Science.