Schools Closed Until at Least May 3

The closure is a precaution to help prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, or COVID-19. Further information will be communicated through the school district’s website at lbschools.net, individual school websites, email, text, voice messages, social media and online videos in the coming days and weeks.

**Please stay informed via the LBUSD website and watch the videos from Jill Baker, Ed.D.Deputy Superintendent of Schools, Tiffany Brown, Ed.D.Assistant Superintendent School Support Services, and Lucy Salazar, Ed.D.Director de Asociaciones Comunitarias Mensaje a la comunidad LBUSD. Our school board and district will keep us posted with the most current information.**


LBUSD Home Learning Opportunities

During school closures, students and parents can use the Home Learning Opportunities website at lbschools.net to find resources specific to individual schools and teachers.

Technical support for the Long Beach Unified School District’s Home Learning Opportunities website is available. Select the “Technical Support” button on the Home Learning Opportunities main page, which is also available at lbschools.net/HLO. Parents and guardians of students who still need to borrow a Chromebook should please contact their school to make an appointment for Chromebook pickup. Updates on school meals, Home Learning Opportunities and more are available at lbschools.net. Also, please look for emails or messages sent to you from your teacher. Parents and students should check their LBUSD G-Suite account in their student portal for daily/weekly instructions and classwork. Every grade and every class is different.


Free Meals To Go

Effective March 30, LBUSD will provide meals to go for children ages one 1 to 18 during the school closure period at these school locations: Addams, Avalon, Birney, Bixby, Burbank, Chavez, Dooley, Emerson, Gant, Garfield, Gompers, Grant, Harte, Henry, Herrera, King, Lafayette, Lincoln, Lindbergh, Longfellow, MacArthur, Marshall, McKinley, Muir, Riley, Rogers, Roosevelt, Signal Hill, Smith, Stevenson, Twain, Washington, Whittier and Willard.

These meals are free to students regardless of which school they attend. No paperwork is required. Children must be present for meals to be provided. Students who attend schools that no longer serve meals can still receive meals at their nearest school.

Find a map of LBUSD schools here or at lbschools.net.


From CA STATE PTA:

Parents, we know you are on triple duty—working, parenting and teaching from home—all while striving to keep your household healthy, fed and mentally balanced. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with these resources for you and your kids! #PTA4KIDS

Distance Learning Resources