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The mission of Stevenson Elementary School is to provide a climate in which students can achieve their highest potential. Teachers use varied strategies to provide a comprehensive instructional program that focuses on basic, advanced, and critical thinking skills. Staff and parents consistently expect high standards of achievement and behavior with the goal that all students become responsible members of society.
Our vision is to have Successful, Thinking, Achieving, Responsible Students (STARS).

 

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515 Lime Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90802

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(562) 437-0407
(562) 435-2862  FAX

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

Welcome To Stevenson Elementary School

 

     Stevenson Elementary is a large single track year-round school that was built in the 1930’s and that has a very dedicated staff and a marvelous, culturally diversified student body.

      Our teaching staff provides a high quality educational program consistent with the LBUSD Content Standards. Communication with parents about student’s progress and behavior is an important element of our academic program. Regular homework assignments also serve to reinforce classroom learning. School Rules are enforced by all staff to create a safe and orderly environment.

     Numerous programs supplement the core curriculum and focus on helping students reach their full potential. Among these additional programs are: Suzuki Strings Program, Healthy Start, site-based mental health services, LB Parks Recreation week-end supervision, Reading Recovery for 1st graders, Reaching Up Program, Intersession classes for at-risk students and our monthly Principal’s Award Ceremony. Many intervention programs have helped our students make gains in their SAT9 test scores.

    Stevenson offers a unique music magnet program, the Stevenson Suzuki Strings. More than 100 students, from Kindergarten to 5th grade, receive individualized instruction in the violin or cello, and enjoy performing frequently at school and in the community. 

     Staff work together to support and ensure effective instruction. Many staff members serve in leadership roles to assist new teachers and to implement effective instructional practices, such as Writer's Workshop and TEAM science and Essential Elements of Effective Instruction (EEEI), Guided Reading and ELD strategies.