Rumors have spread online that the center will provide abortions. District staff, though, have been clear that the center is intended to offer support and information to students about substance use prevention, mental health and sexual health—but not abortions.
His joy and pride are lacquered on thick over every second of his latest album, “Forever Him,” which came out on New Year’s Eve.
Plans are in the works for the district to bring back its week-long outdoor learning expedition for fifth graders next school year, with the location changed to the YMCA’s Camp Oakes near Big Bear, off State Route 38.
During Tuesday’s meeting, the board swore in a new member, Area 1 representative Maria Isabel López, and elected Diana Craighead as president of the board for the next year. Board member Doug Otto will serve as vice president for the upcoming year.
Megan Kerr is among the newly elected City Council members who will be sworn into office tonight, when she will officially begin her new role representing Long Beach’s 5th District. But before taking over that seat, Kerr had to bid farewell to her place on Long Beach Unified School District’s Board of Education.
Tim Ching recently retired after 42 years as a PE teacher and coach at Rogers. Now his name will be added to the gym’s scoreboard.
The vote officially ends a tumultuous negotiation process that included the threat of a strike and the ousting of the local CSEA chapter’s leadership.
In hindsight, Don Wallace’s book, about Long Beach hosting the first national championship high school football game, seems to predict today’s professionalization of prep sports.
“We just kept thinking, we have to keep doing things in his name,” said Haley Steinhauser, Cooper’s mother. “This felt like the right way to do that.”
The proposed changes, which are still years away, include seven new academic buildings, three new sports facilities, two new parking structures, and dozens of other renovations and upgrades.