Attention TALB Members, Community Members, Parents and Students.
SPEAK OUT: LIFT UP YOUR VOICES
The Board of Education and Executive Staff need to hear from you
Write – CALL – Email.
To send physical, snail mail.
1515 Hughes Way
Long Beach, CA 90810
CALL + EMAIL . . . and/or FAX!
Board of Education, LBUSD please cc Executive Staff when you email the BOE
Dr. Juan Benitez, District 3 – President – email@example.com 562-997-8240
Megan Kerr, District 1– Vice President – firstname.lastname@example.org 562-997-8240
Erik Miller, District 2 – Member –EMiller1@lbschools.net 562-997-8240
Douglas Otto, District 4 – Member – DOtto@lbschools.net 562-997-8240
Diana Craighead, District 5 – Member – email@example.com 562-997-8240
Executive Staff – LBUSD
Dr. Jill Baker, Superintendent – firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 997-8242 Fax (562) 997-8280
Dr. Tiffany Brown, Deputy Superintendent – email@example.com (562) 997-8465 Fax (562) 997-8282
David Zaid, Assistant Superintendent, HRS, LBUSD – firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 997-8258 Fax (562) 997-8300
Dr. Jay Camerino, Assistant Superintendent, High Schools, email@example.com (562) 997-8115 Fax (562) 997-8286
Dr. Christopher Lund, Assistant Superintendent, Middle Schools & K-8, firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 997-8100 Fax (562) 997-8282
Brian Moskovitz, Assistant Superintendent, Early Learning & Elementary Schools, email@example.com (562) 997-8247 Fax (562) 997-8285
Dr. Kristi Kahl, Assistant Superintendent, OCIPD, firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 997-8025
Chris Brown, Assistant Superintendent, Research & School Improvement Office, email@example.com (562) 997-8143
Dr. Erin Simon, Assistant Superintendent, Office of School Support Services, firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 997-8644 Fax (562) 997-8290
Steve Rockenbach, Direct of Employee Relations & Ethics, email@example.com (562) 997-8220 Fax (562) 997-8283
Would you like your voice to be heard at the upcoming Board of Education meeting during public comments? Here’s How:
To send a comment in to be read by the Board of Education secretary, Leticia Rodriguez, at the next school board meeting. Type up a quick comment. Read it aloud and time yourself. Your comments must be under 3 minutes (and maybe under two minutes if they cut public comment time) – that’s all the time you’ll get – once the timer goes off, Leticia will stop reading it.
Typically there are two opportunities to address the Board of Education.
1) You can make public comment on items listed on the agenda: reopening of school, online instruction, etc.
2) You can make public comment on items that are not listed on the agenda = Budget priorities, Framework for Reconciliation in Long Beach Unified, Superintendent pay raise, Reopening of schools, Promotions, etc.
If you want your comments to be read aloud during the public session of the Board of Education meeting, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want your comments to be read aloud during the closed session of the Board of Education meeting, send an email to email@example.com