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Budget Approved/Presupuesto Aprobado

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The Budget Has Passed. Thank You.

Proposition 2: Expenditure from the Long-Range Building and Capital Improvement Fund and the 2018 Capital Improvement Fund.
Yes- 828

Congratulations to Board of Education member Anne Conway.


El presupuesto ha sido aprobado. Gracias.


No- 358

Propuesta 2: Gastos del Fondo de mejoras de capital y construcción a largo plazo y el Fondo de mejoras de capital de 2018.

Sí- 828
No- 272

Felicitaciones a la miembro de la Junta de Educación Anne Conway.

Date Added: 5/17/2022


LBHS Visual Art Students featured in Heckscher Museum Exhibit

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Long Beach High School visual art students Evelyn Evans, Maya Malul, Claire Montalbano, Deina Vicente and Jillian Goldbach have all had work selected to be part of Long Island’s Best: Young Artists at the Heckscher Museum 2022

This annual exhibition features extraordinary works of art created by Long Island high school students. This year, 399 works of art from 55 high schools were submitted for jurying with 79 pieces selected by Heckscher Museum Curator Karli Wurzelbacher and guest juror, artist and Long Island’s Best Alumna, Emily Martin. The exhibition can be experienced in person now and virtually through May 29 by visiting

Congratulations to these amazing visual arts students, and their teachers Ann Marie Pulice and Eric Fox!

Date Added: 5/12/2022

Long Beach kindergarteners sang songs and hosted a museum walk of recycled art to celebrate Earth Day

Kindergarteners at Lindell Elementary in Long Beach have been learning about ecosystems in science and the importance of taking care of our Earth. The kindergarten teachers collaborated with the music teachers who put together an Earth Day performance. Highlights of the performance included songs about the sun, Earth Day decorations, and colorful tie-dye outfits.

As a culminating activity, students were given a recycling “at home” project to complete with their family members. Their finished projects were showcased at the school and presented as a “Museum Walk” after the Earth Day performance.

Date Added: 5/12/2022

Enthusiasm at Lindell over STEM event!

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Lindell elementary students participated in a robotics competition throughout the months of March and April. The cooperative groups of fourth and fifth grade teams created a unique team name, poster, logo symbol, slogan, and image to represent their team for a school bulletin board display. Participants were required to remotely control a DASH robot through a designated course without touching boundary lines, complete the route by landing on a bullseye and finish in the time allotted. Individual student points were then averaged for a team score. Teams with the highest point average advanced through a bracket system which was displayed on a school bulletin board.

Courses became significantly more challenging as teams advanced, including the robot pushing a cup onto a bullseye for the finale. The excitement mounted when the competition was narrowed down to the final four and then the final two teams. These teams competed in the gymnasium for all third, fourth and fifth grade students to watch. The winning teams received a bronze medal for third place, a silver medal for second place, a gold medal for first place and the overall winning team received a trophy for the showcase in the lobby of Lindell School.

The overwhelming student energy and enthusiasm was evident during the competition with cheering and respectful silence while students competed. Congratulations to the four finalist teams ROBO Power, The Stryroshells, The Seagulls and The Glizzies.

Thank you to everyone who participated in this amazing STEM event!

Date Added: 5/11/2022

"Names Not Numbers" Documentary Screening - May 25, 2022

There will be a screening of the "Names Not Numbers" Documentary on May 25th at 5:00 PM in the Long Beach High School Auditorium.

This documentary chronicles the life and experience of three Holocaust survivors. Students from Long Beach High School, under the direction of Dr. Morand, met with CBS News Journalist Polly Leider to learn how to write and ask questions for the documentary and then met with Holocaust survivors Allan Hall, Ruth Mermelstein and Iren Orner.

This was made possible by the support of Tova Rosenberg, the founder of “Names Not Numbers” and Mrs. Rusgo, a parent and administrator at the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach. The students then videoed and edited footage in conjunction with a filmmaker and this documentary will be shown on May 25th with the survivors present for the film. Please consider coming to this amazing event.

The invitation is attached.

Date Added: 5/11/2022