LBUSD fares well in exit exam results
The California High School Exit Examination results were released this week, and they revealed that more than 95% of Laguna Beach High School 10th-graders passed both tests for English-language arts and math.
In English-language arts, 238 out of 251 students passed, bringing the pass rate to 95%.
Students were stronger in math, with 96% passing. Only nine students did not pass.
LBUSD's results were better than the county and the state averages.
Countywide, 88% of students passed both the math and English sections. Statewide, 83% passed math and 82% passed English.
Annual Girls Night Out is Sept. 8
Tickets are now on sale for the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach's third annual Girls Night Out at 100 Rockledge on Sept. 8.
More than 250 ladies will have the opportunity to support after-school programming in Laguna Beach and enjoy a night of food, drinks, shopping and silent auction at an oceanfront home.
All the proceeds go to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach.
For more information, visit bgclagunabeach.org or call Michelle Ray at (949) 494-2535 ext. 103.
Tickets are $100 until Sept. 1, and then they go up to $125.
LBUSD preps for first day of school
Laguna Beach Unified School District's Facilities, Grounds and Construction Department started pre-first day procedures to make sure all four school sites are up to par when the school year starts.
LBUSD will conduct safety inspections, deep clean, do any necessary maintenance and repairs along with renovations or construction that needs to be done.
"In 2001, our community overwhelmingly passed General Obligation Bond Measure 'R' to refurbish our schools and grounds. The District, in turn, made a commitment to our community to maintain the refurbished facilities by implementing a twenty year Facility Repair and Replacement Program," Norma Shelton, assistant superintendent of business services, said in a statement. "The current Board of Education included within their strategic goals 'safe, attractive, clean and well-equipped learning environments will be provided for each student.' The LBUSD staff is dedicated to achieving and maintaining that goal."
For more information, visit lbusd.org.
— Joanna Clay