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Key Dates

CORE Survey Window - January 16 through February 23

SAT Preparation Class for Juniors - February 5 through March 20 (See Website for Details)

No School - Washington's Day - Monday, February 19

AP and Student Programming Seminar – Tuesday, February 20

Casino Night - March 17  at The Grand Event Center


Good morning McBride Families,


I hope each of you has a nice Valentine’s Day.  Each of you deserve it.  Thank you in advance for taking the time to stay informed.  As always please access our school's website for more updates and information.


CORE Survey for Parents/Guardians – Please Complete by Friday, February 23

As a site we would like to hear from every parent/guardian so that we have a balanced overview of our strengths and the areas we need to address for growth.   Weekly reminders to parents and guardians go out every Thursday at 6AM until the survey is completed using your personal survey link.   If you have trouble getting internet access, please contact the main office and we will make arrangements to help you complete the survey on campus.  With your input and support we will make the learning environment the best it can be.  We need your input by Friday, February 23.  Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete this extremely important survey.  Please helps us make McBride an even better school. 


2018-19 AP and Student Programming Seminar (Tuesday, February 20 at 6:00 PM)

On Tuesday, February 20 we will be hosting our annual AP and Schedule Programming Information Night beginning at 6:00 PM in the auditorium.  The first part of the evening will allow parents and students the chance to get to know more about AP offerings at McBride, learn about expected workload in each class, and ask teachers questions about specific courses.  We feel this is critical for parents and students to hear about the program and expectations so they can make informed programming decisions.  We want to encourage students to challenge themselves and help them be better prepared for college and career opportunities after high school.  We also want to make sure students understand the workload so they do not over extend themselves.  We are hoping to help families make informed decisions based on the needs o each individual student.  This session will run until about 7:15.  We will take a short break and follow-up with information on reviewing student programming choices.  The second half of the evening will focus on how to access the courses and having open dialogue with their student.  Counselors will be visiting classrooms for every grade level in the coming weeks.  They will be guiding students through the process of selecting their courses for the 2018-19 school year.  The selection of classes will be done through the StudentVue platform.  We want parents to have a chance to access the proposed schedule and have open dialogue with their students.  All Parents and students are encouraged to attend so please plan on attending this extremely valuable seminar. 


Third Annual Casino Night (Saturday, March 17 at The Grand Events Center beginning at 6:00 PM)

Well if you have not heard, our Casino Night is fast approaching.  Tickets are on sale for $75 each.  You can also purchase a table for 10 and received some extra perks.  This evening is our major fundraiser for the school to support student activities, provide scholarships, and help defray the cost of graduation.  While the event is an adults only affair, everyone is welcome, friends, family, neighbors etc.  Your support is needed to make the night a success.  To learn more about the evening, purchase tickets, make a donation, and much more, please access the link below.  

                  Casino Night Link -


Go Wolfpack!!!!



Steve Rockenbach


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The Long Beach Police Department issued this updated news release Thursday evening, Feb. 22 regarding their ongoing work to keep schools safe.


This news release also is available at under News & Events, then Press Releases.


The Long Beach Police Department issued this news release Wednesday evening, Feb. 21 regarding their ongoing work to keep schools safe.


This news release also is available at under News & Events, then Press Releases.


From Superintendent Christopher J. Steinhauser. Learn more.


Participants will view and discuss the award-winning film, "Screenagers," which probes into the vulnerable corners of family life and the messy struggles over things like social media, cyber bullying, video games and academics.


See attached flier for details.


State law requires all public schools to create a School Accountability Report Card (SARC). The purpose of the report card is to provide parents and the community with important information about your child's school, which includes:

  • School Description and Mission
  • School Programs and Instructional Materials
  • Opportunities for Parent Involvement
  • Test Results
  • Safety Plan
  • Facilities

We invite you to view the School Accountability Report Card (SARC) for your child's school.  You can find your school's SARC here.


Registration for Winter Congress is fast approaching! This is an opportunity for you/ your child to learn about government in a fun and inclusive manner. At this overnight convention you will be a member of congress and choose bills to either support or go against


Where: Woodland Hills Marriott 

21850 Oxnard St. 

Woodland Hills, CA 91367


When: February 24th-25th

Timing: 9am (saturday)- 2pm (sunday)

Cost: $150



If you are interested in attending, attached is the permission slip to fill out :D


For more information loopmail the teacher advisor who will be chaperoning this event: Brian Everson,


!! You do not have to currently be part of the JSA chapter at our school to attend !!


Summer 2018 Internship Program- June 18-August 25, 201

(see flyer for details)


The application period for Summer 2018 internships begins January 16. If you would like to be considered for a potential summer internship, please complete the Internship Request Form @ (Under the Students tab)


Deadline to apply: March 31, 2018 Applicants Must:

  • Be 16 by June 15, 2018
  • Complete and submit the request form by March 31, 2018
  • Upload a resume AND letter of recommendation to the request form

Internships may be paid or unpaid. In partnership with LBUSD, elective credits may be earned.

Please note: 1) an interview with LB Call will be required; 2) the internship runs approximately 6 weeks (schedules vary); and 3) reliable transportation to and from the internship site is necessary.

Questions: Contact Kehau Fujikami at


Attendance Policies

Attendance Matters

Good attendance is one of the major factors for student success in school. Maintaining good attendance school wide also helps our district maximize their Average Daily Attendance (ADA) funding. School districts receive the largest portion of their operational funding based on attendance.  If we can meet our attendance rate target of 95.41% our site will receive a check from the district to be used to support school wide activities such as field trips, campus events, etc. Below are a few suggestions on how you can help McBride exceed our targets and help the students succeed in the classroom.

1. Please be sure students clear absences the day they return to school.  Absences are cleared when the student or parent/guardian submit a note to the main office indicating the date(s) and reason for the absence.

2. Understand the state only recognizes illness, doctor’s appointments, court appearances, and death of an immediate family member as excused absences. All other reasons have to be marked as unexcused.

3. Because we do not get funding credit for unexcused absences please avoid missing school for vacations and trips.

4. Students must see their teachers immediately following an absence to obtain make-up work. 

5. Please inform the main office if a student will be out of school for multiple days.  Student’s should also communicate with their teachers via School Loop to get make-up work.

Three Pathways- One Vision

Three Pathways- One Vision 

McBride High School has three pathways, McBride Engineering, McBride Health Medical and McBride Criminal Justice and Investigation. All three pathways engage students around their interests, find relevant connections to real world activities, and gauge student learning through collaborative, hands-on projects. All three pathways prepare students for the demands of college and the workforce. With workplace learning experiences in their 12th grade year, all three pathways empower and inspire students to make their own path and determine their own future.
A Unique Experience 
McBride High School looks and feels different than any other high school you may have seen. With four career labs and other specialized spaces students will demonstrate what they have learned through projects, team collaboration and connections with industry partners. Students will collaborate in open areas designed for each pathway. Teachers will also work as a team to meet the needs of individual students and create a coherent educational experience. Addressing subjects at each grade level and centered on a career-themed course, students will see the natural connections between the theme of their pathway and English, History, Science and Math.
Challenging Academics
All three McBride pathways are focused on completing the UC and CSU Entrance Requirements (a-g) with a sequence of courses that are aligned to college expectations. Each pathway expects to create options for students to earn college credits while in high school.


Parents received an email on January 16 at 6AM from Panorama with an embedded survey link

We administer this survey every year to our stake holders (students, ...more



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Handwashing Campaign Wins Big

Got a cough or cold? The students at McBride High School’s Health and Medical Pathway have some sage advice on how to help prevent such maladies. Wash your hands properly and regularly. The ...more


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