El Morro Elementary School teacher Mary Blanton has been named 2012-2013 LBUSD Teacher of the Year.
Newsweek ranked Laguna Beach High School number 388 on the list of 1000 of America’s best public high schools.
LBUSD Superintendent Sherine Smith announced today that Laguna Beach High School has been recognized once again as an outstanding school in the State and the Nation once again by U.S. News & World Report.
Each year, Top of the World Elementary School students enter Linda Barker’s second grade class with an increasingly advanced technological base of knowledge
The California Business for Education Excellence (CBEE) has selected all four LBUSD schools for the CBEE 2011 Honor Roll.
Laguna Beach Unified School District students helped Laguna Beach become the most water-wise city with a population of 25,000 in the country by participating with Laguna Beach County Water District in the National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation.
El Morro Elementary School 5th grade students recently presented the nation’s 50 states at the school’s State Fair in the multipurpose room. Students sang lively state songs to the audience, and after the choral presentation, students and their families viewed the students’ state exhibitions.
LBUSD Technology Technician Long Le has been selected as the District’s 2012 Classified Employee of the Year. He is one of six Orange County Department of Education Classified Employee of the Year Finalists.
The Laguna Beach Unified School District and the City of Laguna Beach are pleased to invite applications for the use of the Artists’ Theatre for the upcoming Theatre calendar of July 1, 2012 through August 31, 2013.
Since 1996, the Laguna Beach High School Alumni Association has awarded scholarships for descendants of LBHS alumni.
The Laguna Beach Unified School District Board of Education approved a change in start time for regular Board of Education meetings.
El Morro Elementary School and Top of the World Elementary School Kindergarten and New Student Registration are scheduled at the respective elementary school sites this spring.
Facilitating an instructional environment where all students are engaged and learning is an ongoing focus for Thurston Middle School faculty and staff.
Does your chatterbox son now respond to your questions with a sullen, “yes” or “no”? Does your charming daughter not want to go to the store with you anymore?
The 8th Annual 2012 Family Resource Fair will be held on March 21, 6:00-8:00 p.m., at the Irvine High School Main Gym, 4321 Walnut Ave, Irvine.
For more than ten years, the LBHS Workability Program has helped prepare students for life after high school.
Laguna Beach Unified School District Director of Educational Technology and Information Services Victor Guthrie announced the donation of 20 fully functional laptop computers to the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach.
Parenting children with challenging behaviors can be difficult. LBUSD is presenting a seven-week program designed to assist parents with young children age five to ten.
The World Wide Web is both a friend and a foe. Parents, educators and law enforcement are increasingly concerned about far-reaching effects when students do not use the Web responsibly.
Students today live in a fast-paced, technological world and Laguna Beach Unified School District has long recognized the educational advantages of integrating technology advancements into the classroom.
As Laguna Beach High School students work toward their graduation, diverse career and post secondary education choices become real life possibilities.
Thirteen LBHS studentathletes are pursuing athletics at the collegiate level in their chosensport. LBHS Athletic Director Mike Churchill commendsthe dedication of these athletes, "These student athletes represent thebest of the best at Laguna Beach High School.
Future opportunities to extend the cultural learning experience for LBHS students and Lyceé Pierre Et Marie Curie High School students from Laguna Beach’s sister city in Menton was discusses in a recent videoconference.
Laguna Beach Unified School District, in conjunction with the California Youth Services (CYS), is proud to present a parent and student education event, “The Reality of Orange County Teens: What Every Parent and Teen Should Know.”
The Laguna Beach Unified School District continues to partner with the Children and Families Commission of Orange County to implement the School Readiness Initiative.
Laguna Beach Unified School District Placed on the College Board’s 2nd Annual AP® District Honor Roll for Significant Gains in Advanced Placement® Access and Student Performance
Good friendships are one of life’s greatest gifts and El Morro Elementary School third grade students had the opportunity to learn about all different kinds of friends in their Language Arts Friendship Unit.
Bright orange pumpkins, a wide spectrum of green hues including pale green honeydew melons, deep green bell peppers, striped cucumber melons and watermelons with the aroma of fresh basil and mint enhance the autumn landscape of the El Morro Elementary School Garden.
For the past several years Laguna Beach Unified School District, Food Services Director, Debra Appel has successfully operated a school meal program that meets or exceeds Federal and State nutrition guidelines.
El Morro Elementary School students are enjoying a new, colorful rubberized playground surface at the Kindergarten and the main play area.
LBUSD is pleased to announce that students’ First Day Registration Packets are now online. The move from paper packets to online packets offers a wide variety of economical and environmental benefits that will also save time and increase efficiency.