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If a student is absent, please call the office the day of the absence at 562-594-9793. If the student has a medical appt., please bring in the note the next day. 

Safety News

Help us keep our students safe! 

  • Drop-off  and pick-up students curbside. Please do not drop off students in the middle of the street.
  • The Bus Zone on Ocana Street is no longer an unloading and loading zone.  Stopped vehicles on Ocana may be ticketed.
  • Students must arrange to be dropped-off and picked-up outside of the Bus Zone.
  • Students and parents should use marked crosswalks on Los Arcos only.
  • All students arriving before 8:40 AM must stay in the cafeteria area which is supervised.
  • Students crossing in Bus Zone and middle of the street will be cited and assigned lunch detention beginning Monday, September 16th.
  • All students are expected to arrive in uniform with ID visible to staff at all times.

Thank you for your support in keeping Stanford a Safe and Civil School.


Stanford News


At the following schools, workers will be marking soccer fields using an herbicide during the specified Saturdays.


February 25: Powell, Lindbergh, Jefferson, Rogers


March 4: Bancroft, Marshall, Cubberly, Stanford, Tincher, Robinson


March 11:  Stephens, Franklin, Washington, Hoover, Hughes, Hamilton.


Product used: Lifeline Herbicide

Application Area: Sports Fields

EPA#: 70506-310

Active ingredient:  Glufosinate Ammonium


For information about pesticide regulation, visit the California Department of Pesticide Regulation at http://www.cdpr.ca.gov.


The Long Beach Unified School District embraces all students and remains committed to affirming a safe, productive learning environment for everyone.


Transgender students in LBUSD will remain protected regardless of the new executive order by the Trump Administration pertaining to access to restrooms and locker rooms.  California Education Code permits students to use facilities consistent with one’s identity.


Christopher J. Steinhauser
Superintendent of Schools


7th and 8th Grade Students who have good grades and conduct can apply for the Stanford chapter of California Junior Scholarship Federation (CJSF), a state-wide scholarship and service organization.  Students must re-apply each semester.


The purpose of the CJSF is to foster high standards of scholarship and citizenship on the part of students.  Students who attain membership for at least three of the four semesters of their 7th and 8th grade years (6th graders are not eligible for CJSF) are considered Honor Members.


In order to qualify for membership, students cannot have D, F, N, or U grades.  They receive points for the grades in their core classes (Language arts, Science, Math, and History), as well as academic electives (music, computers, FACS, art, LB Scholars, etc.):  three points for an A, one point for a B, and no points for a C.  No points for advisory, PE, or non-academic electives (like teacher's aide).  Students must have a total of at least twice as many points as academic classes (usually 5 classes/10 points) in order to become members.  See application for more information.


Completed, signed applications and a copy of the most recent report card are due to Mrs. Heyer (room 206) by Friday, March 3rd.  Late applications are not accepted.



Hello Stanford Hawks,


If you are interested in trying out for any athletic team at Stanford, you must have the attached form filled out by you and your parent prior to trying out.


Anonymous Bully Hotline

From Home

Email Leland Stanford in School Loop if you are being bullied.

From School

Log in to School Loop and send a Loop Mail to "Bully Hotline."

If you know of a situation that should be reported to the school, but you don't want to be identified, this is the perfect way to help! Keep our school safe for all students.

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