The MBX Foundation, an organization that provides financial support for physical education and athletic programs in the Manhattan Beach Unified School District, will implement new changes to its website before the 2017-18 school year, which includes the creation of a new payment system. […]
Mira Costa Principal Dr. Ben Dale announced in an email on Wednesday that the Costa campus will feature new gender-neutral bathrooms next school year that will be on the north side of Costa’s campus. […]
The MBX Foundation, an organization within the Manhattan Beach Unified School District that provides financial support for physical education and athletic programs at Costa, began the second phase of the Meadows field project on Monday that will install a $2 million turf field on the Meadows side of Costa’s campus.
After four years of working for the Manhattan Beach Unified School District, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services Dr. Brett Geithman announced his acceptance of the job position as superintendent of Larkspur-Corte Madera School District in Larkspur, California, in an email sent to MBUSD families on April 21. […]
The Manhattan Beach Unified School District and the Gensler Architectural Firm held two open houses on April 3 and 4 regarding plans to redesign the Mira Costa Fisher Gym and on Wednesday, Gensler presented advancements from the open house at the MBUSD Board Workshop. […]
Manhattan Beach Unified School District continues to work with the city of Manhattan Beach to create a facilities shared use agreement that will allow MBUSD to share its facilities, such as Polliwog Park, with the Manhattan Beach community when these spaces are not occupied by students. […]
Manhattan Beach Unified School District is moving forward with its plans under Measure EE through its March 1 selection of the Gensler architectural firm along with various community and school discussions held at Costa.
The Manhattan Beach Unified School District Board of Trustees approved the list of impacted schools within the district at the March 1 board meeting, which includes all of the grades in the district’s five elementary schools and all three grades at the Manhattan Beach Middle School. […]