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Long Beach Unified is conducting a survey of all parents on the culture and climate of our schools. The survey is an important part of our accountability plan. Your input is very valuable, so please take the survey by March 20, 2015. The survey is available in English, Spanish, Khmer, Chinese, Tagalog, Hmong, Korean and Arabic and takes 5-10 minutes to complete.

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Friday, 2/27-Wear Jeans! Music @ Lunch!

Friday, 2/27-Wear Jeans! Music @ Lunch!

Grades of Green's annual Trash Free Lunch Challenge is a competition between Los Angeles County schools to see which school can reduce its lunchtime trash the most.  Schools in the Challenge will compete to reduce lunchtime waste and the winning three schools will receive science grants!  Collectively, schools will divert thousands of bags of trash destined for landfills this year alone.  Even more importantly, the Challenge will teach kids better habits that will protect the environment in the years to come. 

Anyone who arrives after 9AM will receive a lunch detention!

Anyone who arrives after 9AM will recieve a lunch detention!

7th Grade TDAP Requirements

"California State Law requires that all students entering 7th grade must show evidence or proof of having had a TDAP booster given after the 7th birthday. TDAP is a vaccine that protects children from tetanus, diptheria and whooping cough. Students who do not have a proof or evidence of this vaccine by Monday, September 15th will not be admitted in class or will be sent home.


Tdap tienen que estar actuales. Si su hijo o hija no ha tenido esta vacunación o la prueba no ha sido presentada a la oficina ellos tendrán que ser excluidos de la escuela.   Le pedimos que por favor sigan este requisito de la Ley del Estado de California lo mas pronto posible.  

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