The Long Beach Unified School District has seen a sharp drop-off in early education enrollment this year, with a more than 11% decline at the kindergarten level.
Some Long Beach Unified School District students and parents are calling on the district to shorten its school days in an effort to reduce screen time.
El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Long Beach anunció recientemente que brindará consejería individual gratuita a los estudiantes que “experimentan necesidades relacionadas con la salud social, emocional y conductual”.
The counseling and therapy service will be provided as part of the district’s Family Resource Centers, which have drastically increased the services they’re offering in recent years in an attempt to help deal with increasing economic disparity.
Longtime Poly High School music director and orchestra leader Andy Osman died on Sept. 4, days before his 60th birthday.
Depending on final enrollment numbers, somewhere between 94-96% of the district’s students have been attending class virtually to begin the year, according to the LBUSD.
Aún no está claro cómo afectará el anuncio a los estudiantes con necesidades especiales, quienes funcionarios de salud estatales y locales dijeron recientemente que podrían regresar a los campus en grupos pequeños siempre que el distrito siga estrictas reglas de salud.
The Long Beach Unified School District has announced that it will stick with online classes at least through Jan 28 as the state continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.
Until now, the public could only send comments via email, which were then read aloud during board meetings, or participate in the meetings in person.
Some Long Beach Unified School District classes were delayed Tuesday morning due to a brief wireless internet outage at the district’s campuses.