The district’s new facilities internship program introduces students to construction and engineering careers through hands-on experience, mentorship and networking.

With no upfront capital expenditures to LBUSD, the new solar panels reduce the district's utility costs and lock in a fixed rate for future energy expenses.

Electronic locks will be installed on classroom doors and entries to essential, high-use spaces at four pilot sites.

Upgrades include new bottle filling stations and new furniture in every classroom.

The Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH) recognized LBUSD Director of Operations Jose De La Mora with a Member Service Award.