Mission: To create and maintain a student centered learning environment that will enable all students to maximize their academic and social achievements. This will be accomplished by systematically maintaining high expectations for all our students and determining developmentally appropriate practices for each student through collaborative efforts of the school, home, and community.
Vision: Thomas A. Edison Elementary School is a creative and energetic school community where students, parents, and staff work together to cultivate ongoing learning and personal development so that every student becomes a responsible, productive citizen in a diverse and competitive world.
The annual Halloween challenge is back. Long Beach students in grades K-12 can submit a story, drawing or both before the deadline on Monday, Oct. 9.
The District's new aspirational long-term vision includes four key components: a graduate portrait, an adult portrait, a system portrait and a statement of core values.
LBUSD will serve free meals to all enrolled students for the full duration of the new school year through School Nutrition Programs.
Important back-to-school information for the 2023-24 school year. For more details, contact your local school.
LBUSD will provide free meals to all eligible children enrolled in School Age Care or WRAP at 34 locations as part of the Summer Food Service Program.
The school nurse from Lindsey Academy and Lindbergh STEM Academy is the recipient of this year's award from the Long Beach School Nurses Association.
Over the years, a total of 181 LBUSD teachers have earned National Board Certification, the highest professional distinction in teaching.
Congratulations! Martha Jenkins, an instructional aide-special at Cabrillo High School, is LBUSD's 2023 Classified Employee of the Year.