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Long Beach Unified offers a program in partnership with Cal State Long Beach that allows our students to take a college level Ethnic Studies class free of charge.  We will be opening registration for the Spring 2017 classes starting next week.  If you would like to learn more about this program, please attend an informational meeting at one of the following schools (parents can attend any site or date):





Cabrillo High

  6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7


Jordan High

  6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6

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Lakewood High 

  6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6


Millikan High

  6 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8


Poly High

  6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7


Wilson High

  6 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8

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Cal State Long Beach Instructors will be available to explain the course requirements and answer any questions that you may have about the program.  Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear first-hand about this wonderful opportunity.


Registration for the spring semester will begin after the informational sessions are held.


Jordan has hit the ground running tracking Chronically Absent students thanks to the help of our Title I funded Community Worker, Ms. Veronica Coto. Ms. Coto has been sending out a mass communication to the homes of students on the Chronically Absent list every 10 days.  To get on the list a student would have missed 10% of the school year.  This means after 50 days of school they would have missed 5 or more days.  When Ms. Coto talks to a parent/guardian she lets them know how their child can be removed from the list.  Our attendance rate for 2015-16 was 93%, so far this year our attendance rate is 96%.  Last year our Chronically Absent rate was at 21%, so far this year we have cut it in more than half to 10%!


Con el pié derecho, la preparatoria Jordan comienza el año escolar mejorando en el promedio de asistencia.  Monitoreando a aquellos estudiantes que crónicamente se ausentan. Gracias a la ayuda de la trabajadora comunitaria subsidiada por el los fondos del Titulo I, la Sra. Veronica Coto. La Sra. Coto hace llamadas masivas a una lista de hogares de estudiantes que se ausentan crónicamente cada 10 dias. Para pertenecer a esta lista un estudiante debe haber perdido 10% del año escolar. Esto significa que despues de 50 dias de escuela ellos perdieron 5 o más dias. Cuando la Sra. Coto habla con los padres o tutores, les hace saber como pueden sus hijos ser removidos de la lista. Nuestro promedio de asistencia del año escolar 2015-16 fue de 93%, en este momento nuestro promedio de asistencia es de 96%. El año pasado nuesto promedio de asistencia de ausentistas crónicos estaba al 21%, ¡en este momento ya hemos cortado el promedio más de la mitad a un 10%!

Attention Current LBUSD Juniors and Seniors
Earn College Credit for Free* this Spring!
LBUSD high school juniors and seniors can get ahead
on their college degree and high school credit by taking
free classes offered through the Early College Pathways
Partnership (ECPP) program at Long Beach City
College (LBCC) this spring 2017. Because it’s free,
students can save time and money working towards a
college certificate, degree, or industry certification.
To participate in one of the following courses you must
meet the eligibility requirements and apply online by
December 1, 2016.

Space is limited and students will be enrolled

on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Applications instructions are available online




See attached flyer for more information.


Dear Parents and Students,


Please be aware of Jordan's policy regarding delivery of items to students during the school day:


1) In an effort to limit interruptions to classroom learning, when parents deliver "essential" items (e.g., lunch, clothing, school work), the attendance office will send a call-slip to the student to pick up the items during non-instructional time (i.e., nutrition, lunch, after school). Parents who leave these items, do so at their own risk -- the attendance office staff is not responsible for the security of these items.


2) Valuables, such as cell phones, money, or house keys, must be delivered by the parent/guardian to the student; the attendance office staff will not take possession of these items. A call-slip will be sent for the students to come at the end of the period to retrieve the items from their parent/guardian. 


3) Deliveries of balloons, flowers, cupcakes, etc., are not allowed during the school day. These celebratory items have the potential to disrupt learning. Please wait until after school hours to celebrate your child's special day.


Thank you for your understanding and cooperation,


The Jordan High School Administrative Team


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