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Join WRAP!

 

Need help with homework?  Love sports?  Interested in becoming a leader?  Need a safe place to stay until your parents get home?  If any of these things interest you then you should check out Nelson Academy’s WRAP Program.  Long Beach Unified School District in conjunction with the Boys and Girls Club provide a safe and instructional after school program for students in 6-8th grade. 

WRAP students receive daily homework assistance with emphasis placed on math and the common core standards.  After Power Hour (homework) is completed, students participate in personal enrichment activities every day.  These activities include:  performing arts, visual arts, sports, leadership. Academic enrichment is also provided through the STEM, Literacy, and Health programs.  In addition, students participate in service learning activities designed to teach students the value of community service.

Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 3:26-6:30 p.m.  For more information call Luis Rodriguez, Site Director, Nelson Academy at (562) 276-8618 or email at wrapnelson@lbschools.net  Join WRAP where Nelson Academy students are Winners Reaching Amazing Potential.

Nelson News

L.B. Transit's Hub Moving Temporarily
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Published: 9/19/14

Important Information For Students Who Ride Long Beach Transit (InformaciĆ³n Importante Para Los Estudiantes Que Viajan En Long Beach Transit)
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Posted by: Public Information Office
Published: 6/6/14

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School District News

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Wanted: Reporters and Writers

Our school newspaper, "The Knightly News," has been published for the past 2 years by our journalism class. Sadly, this year, there is no journalism class. Happily, "The Knightly News" is still in existence. We need your help. Are you interested in reporting? Do you enjoy writing? Consider joining the Knightly News staff. If you are interested in contributing - occasionally or on a regular basis - please notify Mrs. Vanzant-Bradney via Loop Mail. For the time being, you can enjoy the articles written by the 2013-2014 Knightly News staff.