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When your student is absent...

Please provide the following information regarding your son/daughter's absence(s) upon return to school:

  • Last name, First name of student
  • Date of Absence(s)
  • Specific reason for absence
  • Name & relation of person providing the information & telephone number
Por favor proporcione la siguiente información con respecto a la ausencia (s) de su hijo (a) al regresar a la escuela:
  •  Apellido, Nombre del estudiante
  •  Fecha de la (s) ausencia (s)
  •  Razón específica de la ausencia
  •  Nombre y relación de la persona que proporciona la información y número de teléfono

 

ParentVue and School Messenger

Parents - you can log into your ParentVue account to update how School Messenger calls are sent to you.  For more information about ParentVue, call Beach High School at (562) 426-6846. 

Reminders for Parents

August 30, 2017:

 

"Expensive personal items should not be brought to Beach High School.  Students should leave them at home.  Beach High School will not be held responsible for personal items that are lost or stolen and no search will be conducted by staff or student."

Parent information on Common Core and SBAC Testing

For more information on the Common Core State Standards, and the SBAC testing, an electronic version of a powerpoint is available.  Please email Julie Sparks at Jsparks@lbschools.net.

 

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Upcoming Events

  • Parenting Workshop April 14 9:00AM-12:00PM
  • WE Day April 19th 7:30AM-3:30PM
  • Career Day April 20
  • Parenting Workshop April 21 9:00AM-12:00PM
  • Awards April 26 Period 4
  • Museum of Tolerance May 3
  • Painting/Family Fun Night May 8, 5:30PM-7:00PM
  • BLAST Breakfast (Invitation Only)
  • Most Inspiring Student (Invitation Only)
  • Health Dept. Field Trip May 17, Periods 3 and 4
  • Spring Activities/Dance May 18 1:30PM-3:07PM
  • SBAC Testing May 21-June 1
  • Minimum days May 22nd and May 23rd
  • Memorial Day May 28th (No School)
  • Open House May 23, 5:30PM-7PM
  • Awards June 7 Period 4
  • Grad-Night June 7th 5:30PM until June 8th 6:30AM at other schools-Beach will be Lakewood’s Guests
  • Graduation - June 15th at Millikan High School. Students arrive at Millikan at 1:30PM The ceremony will begin at 2:30PM

School Site Council and English Learners Advisory Committee

 

School Site Council and English Learners Advisory Committee for 2018-2019 School Year         

School Site Council and English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) are two groups made up of teachers, parents, community members and students. The group purpose is to make decisions on how to spend money allocated to the school.   Their determination is based on school data and how to meet student needs. The School Site Council is the decision-making body, while the English Learner Advisory Committee advises the School Site Council on how to best spend money for the English learners.

Beach high school is looking for parents who would like to participate and be a part of either group.  If you are interested please visit or call the main office at Beach High School (562) 426-6846.

Submit your name soon as the last chance to vote for this year will be on May 23, 2018, during Open House Night 5:30 – 7 pm in the Auditorium.

PARENT SUCCESS TRAINING

Dates: 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 3/24, 4/14, 4/21, 4/28

Time: 9:30 am – 11:00 am

Location:  Beach High Intensive Learning Program Auditorium

                  3701 Willow Street (directly across from the DMV)

                  Long Beach, Ca.  90815

Parking Lot Expectations

Entry and walking

§  Entering from the west side follow the striping (yellow walking lines) until they reach the paved area near main office.

  Remain on paved area to enter campus through gate on Eat side near café.  

§  If students need to check in skateboards after doing so walk to the East side of campus near head start and remain on paved area to enter gate by café. 
§  Entering from East side enter new pedestrian gate / walkway and remain on pavement through gate near café.
Driving

If driving on campus they have three choices:

§  Turn let immediately to access west rear parking lot.
§  Turn right immediately for parking near head start building
§  Proceed straight to go through loop and access front parking and or drop off.
No one should be parking on loop that may cause congestion or in no parking zones.
Exit and walking off campus

 

 §  Exit through new east pedestrian pathway and use gate to leave campus via walking
§  Exit by pick up – use paved walkways to enter vehicle. 

 

Whether entering or exiting campus avoid street and parking thoroughfares always use areas designated for walking identified by yellow striping.
 

Beach High School Has A New Number!!!

Beach High School has their own number, 562-426-6846.  The extensions are still the same to contact any staff member you need.

News

6/11/18

(Fliers attached in English, Spanish, Khmer and Tagalog)

 

With the 4th of July holiday fast approaching, the Long Beach Fire and Police Departments would like to remind residents, visitors, and staff that all fireworks, including those marked “Safe and Sane,” are ILLEGAL in the City of Long Beach. 

The Fire and Police Departments will be out in force the days leading up to and on July 4th to ensure compliance of the Long Beach City Ordinance that bans fireworks. Although both Departments seek voluntary compliance to ensure public safety, this duty often requires strict enforcement of all laws through arrests and citations. Anyone cited or arrested for fireworks violations may be faced with a $1,000 fine, sentenced to jail for six months, or both. The fines and penalties may increase depending on the fireworks’ classification. 

Fireworks may be voluntarily disposed at collection bins located at:

  • All fire stations
  • Lifeguard Headquarters 2100 E. Ocean Boulevard, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Any police station

For more information, alerts, advisories, and emergency news please visit www.longbeach.gov/fire, "Like" us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, or contact LBFD Community Services at (562) 570-2525. 

If you See Something, Say Something! Call Long Beach Police Dispatch at (562) 435-6711 or 9-1-1 if you observe dangerous or illegal activities.

 

Together, we can enjoy a safe holiday!

 

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4/25/18

These meetings help the school district to strategize programs to support Pacific Islander students.  View the attached flier for details and a schedule of meetings through September.

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Attachments:
2/14/18

State law requires all public schools to create a School Accountability Report Card (SARC). The purpose of the report card is to provide parents and the community with important information about your child's school, which includes:

  • School Description and Mission
  • School Programs and Instructional Materials
  • Opportunities for Parent Involvement
  • Test Results
  • Safety Plan
  • Facilities

We invite you to view the School Accountability Report Card (SARC) for your child's school.  You can find your school's SARC here.

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School District News

Principal's Message

We are more than halfway through the 2017-2018 School Year.  Beach High School students have been experiencing a great deal of academic success.  We believe this is the result of several things including:

Strategic planning

  • A skilled staff of educators who collectively believe that our students can and will succeed
  • The TEAM-Work of parents/guardians, and community partners
  • A hyper-active school site council
  • And the support of district level administrators

 

As we look forward to the fourth and final quarter of the year, the Beach Staff is optimistic that students will “Finish strong”.

CAASPP

Dear Parent/Guardian:

 

How can I help my child get ready for the CAASPP?

 

You are an important part of your child’s education. Some things you can do to help your child are:

 

  • Talk about the test with your child. Make sure they are not scared or anxious.
  • Tell your child that you and his or her teacher have high expectations and that you are both there to help, every step of the way.
  • Take a practice test with your child.
  • Make sure your child gets a good night’s sleep and a nutritious breakfast before testing.

 

Each spring, students in grades three through eight and high school participate in the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP).

 

This year, your child will take the following test(s), depending on his or her grade level:

 

  • Smarter Balanced Summative Assessment in English language arts/literacy (grades three through eight and grade eleven)

 

  • Smarter Balanced Summative Assessment in mathematics

(grades three through eight and grade eleven)

 

California is in the process of implementing the California Next Generation Science Standards. As part of that implementation, students in grades five, eight and twelve will try out a new test called the California Science Test, or CAST.

 

The Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments are online tests that measure what your child knows and is able to do. The tests include many different types of questions that allow students to interact with the test questions. Results help identify gaps in knowledge or skills early on so your child can get the support he or she needs to be successful in school.

 

Results from the CAASPP assessments will be used, along with other available data, for school and program placement of students, to determine the impact of selected curriculum and programs, and to make other instructional plans at your child’s school. As the parent or guardian, you have the option of excusing your child from any part of the CAASPP. If you wish to excuse your child, please submit your request in writing to your child’s school so that it can be kept on file with the school district. [Education Code 60615].

 

To learn more about the CAASPP assessments, go to the California Department of Education Parent Guides to Understanding Web page at https://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/ca/parentguidetounderstand.asp.

You can look at sample test questions on the practice tests, which
can be found on the CAASPP Web Portal at http://www.caaspp.org/practice-and-training/index.html.

 

For information on specific dates and times when your child will take the test in each subject, please contact your child’s school.

 

 

The CCCs identify priorities in each content area to guide the instruction for students in this population and for the alternate assessment.Sincerely,

 

 

Principal

 

Distrito Escolar Unificado de Long Beach

1515 Hughes Way

Long Beach, CA 90810

(562) 997-8000

 

 

 

¿Cómo puedo ayudar a mi hijo a prepararse para CAASPP?

 

Usted es una parte importante de la educación de su hijo. Algunas cosas que puede hacer para ayudar a su hijo son:

 

  • Hablar con su hijo sobre la prueba. Es importante que no tenga miedo ni esté ansioso.
  • Decirle a su hijo que tanto usted como el maestro tienen expectativas muy altas y que ambos están dispuestos a ayudarlo en cada paso del proceso.
  • Tomar una prueba de práctica con su hijo.
  • Verificar que su hijo durema bien y tenga un desayuno nutritivo antes de la prueba.

Estimados Padres de Familia/Tutores:

 

Todas las primaveras, los estudiantes de tercer a octavo grado y de la escuela preparatoria participan en la Evaluación de Desempeño y Progreso Estudiantil de California (California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress, CAASPP).

Este año, su hijo tomará la(s) siguiente(s) pruebas, dependiendo del grado en que se encuentre:

  • Prueba sumativa Smarter Balanced en artes de lenguaje inglés/lectoescritura (grados tres a ocho y grado once)
  • Prueba sumativa Smarter Balanced en matemáticas
    (grados tres a ocho y grado once)

 

California está implementando los Estándares de Ciencias de la Siguiente Generación de California (California Next Generation Science Standards). Como parte de dicha implementación, los estudiantes del quinto, octavo, y doce grado, tomarán también una prueba llamada Prueba de Ciencias de California (California Science Test, CAST).

Las Pruebas sumativas Smarter Balanced son pruebas en línea que miden lo que su hijo sabe y puede hacer. Las pruebas incluyen muchas preguntas distintas que permiten al estudiante interactuar con ellas. Los resultados ayudan a identificar temprano brechas de conocimiento o destrezas, para que su hijo pueda recibir el respaldo que necesita para tener éxito en la escuela.

Los resultados de los exámenes CAASPP serán utilizados, junto con otros datos disponibles, para determinar la ubicación y los programas escolares de los estudiantes, para determinar el impacto de los programas y el plan de estudios seleccionado y para realizar otros planes educativos en la escuela de su hijo(a). Como padre/madre de familia o tutor, usted tiene la opción de solicitar que su hijo(a) no presente alguna parte del examen, por favor envie su petición por escrito a la escuela de su hijo(a) para archivarla en los expedientes del distrito escolar [Código de Educación 60615].

Para obtener más información sobre las pruebas CAASPP, visite la página web de las “Guías para comprender” del Departamento de Educación de California (California Department of Education, CDE): https://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/ca/parentguidetounderstand.asp.

Puede ver preguntas de muestra en las pruebas de práctica, que se encuentran en el portal web de CAASPP: http://www.caaspp.org/practice-and-training/index.html.

Para obtener información sobre las fechas y horarios específicos que su hijo(a) tomará la prueba para cada materia, comuníquese con la escuela de su hijo(a).

Atentamente,

Director

Beach News

6/11/18

(Fliers attached in English, Spanish, Khmer and Tagalog)

 

With the 4th of July holiday fast approaching, the Long Beach Fire and Police Departments would like to remind residents, visitors, and staff that all fireworks, including those marked “Safe and Sane,” are ILLEGAL in the City of Long Beach. 

The Fire and Police Departments will be out in force the days leading up to and on July 4th to ensure compliance of the Long Beach City Ordinance that bans fireworks. Although both Departments seek voluntary compliance to ensure public safety, this duty often requires strict enforcement of all laws through arrests and citations. Anyone cited or arrested for fireworks violations may be faced with a $1,000 fine, sentenced to jail for six months, or both. The fines and penalties may increase depending on the fireworks’ classification. 

Fireworks may be voluntarily disposed at collection bins located at:

  • All fire stations
  • Lifeguard Headquarters 2100 E. Ocean Boulevard, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Any police station

For more information, alerts, advisories, and emergency news please visit www.longbeach.gov/fire, "Like" us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, or contact LBFD Community Services at (562) 570-2525. 

If you See Something, Say Something! Call Long Beach Police Dispatch at (562) 435-6711 or 9-1-1 if you observe dangerous or illegal activities.

 

Together, we can enjoy a safe holiday!

 

more
4/25/18

These meetings help the school district to strategize programs to support Pacific Islander students.  View the attached flier for details and a schedule of meetings through September.

more
Attachments:
2/14/18

State law requires all public schools to create a School Accountability Report Card (SARC). The purpose of the report card is to provide parents and the community with important information about your child's school, which includes:

  • School Description and Mission
  • School Programs and Instructional Materials
  • Opportunities for Parent Involvement
  • Test Results
  • Safety Plan
  • Facilities

We invite you to view the School Accountability Report Card (SARC) for your child's school.  You can find your school's SARC here.

more
Today: 6/20/18

Beach High School's Guidelines to Success

All Beach High School Students are expected to be:

  • Prompt
  • Prepared
  • Productive
  • Polite

Daily in every class.

Policies and Procedures

School Attendance - Beach HS earns approximately $30 per day for student attendance.  Students who are absent must bring a note to clear the absence the day they return. Students with unexcused absences are assigned Saturday School.

School Discipline - Beach follows the guidelines of the California Education Code.  Students should come to school with a focus on learning.  Students who are disruptive in class may be assigned to a buddy teacher, or referred to the office.  Teachers call home when inappropriate behavior continues.  Parents may call the office to schedule an appointment to meet with the teacher, counselor, program specialist or principal if they need more information or assistance.  School Safety Police or Long Beach Police are called if a serious violation occurs.

Los Angeles County Probation Officer- Mr. Manai is the LA County Probation officer assigned to Beach High School.  He meets with his students on a regular basis, and is available to discuss students being placed on a "236" pre-probation program.  Call (562) 426-6846 x 206

Tardy Policy

The tardy policy will be expanded at Beach High School to include ALL classes. Students tardy to class will make up time after class.