Keep checking School Loop over the summer for new articles in the Knightly News. We have plenty of articles archived and will be posting new videos, slide shows, PDF magazines, and articles throughout the summer. Remember you don't need to log on to read the Knightly News, so even you 8th graders can check in with us after you have graduated to high school.
Enjoy your summer, and we will see you again in the fall!
The Editors and Reporters of The KNIGHTLY NEWS
Yearbooks Are Sold Out!
Thank you to everyone who purchased a yearbook this year.
All yearbooks will be given out at the ice cream socials. June 10th- 6th and 7th grades, June 11th- 8th grade
Get ahead on your writing grade for next year!
Important Information For Students Who Ride Long Beach Transit (Información Importante Para Los Estudiantes Que Viajan En Long Beach Transit)
Nelson Grand Opening Ceremony
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 firstname.lastname@example.org Join WRAP where Nelson Academy students are Winners Reaching Amazing Potential.
School District News
Goodbye 2013-2014 School Year!
How do you feel about the 2013-2014 school year? 8th grader, Anthony L., summed it up well with this quote ...
“Goodbye? Oh no, please. Can’t we just go back to page one and start all over again?” – Winnie The Pooh