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After School Programs

  • Jordan WRAP Leadership Council
  • Xi Sisters LeadershipProgram
  • Omega Brothers Leadership Program
  • Youth Summit One Day Leadership Conference
  • Latin American Student Society International Dance Program
  • Pacific Islander Dance Program
  • Awareness Knowledge Action Leadership Program sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororities Inc, and the Pearl Foundation
  • CCEJ Building Bridges Camp
  • Leadership Retreat Camps
  • Teen Mothers Program
  • Chocolate Making Program - Career Pathways
  • Cake Decorating Program - Career Pathways
  • Scrap Booking
  • Stepping / Hip Hop Dance
  • Arts and Crafts Program
  • Cutlural Arts / Arts and Crafts Program
  • Anti Violence Youth Committee
  • Credit Recovery
  • Tutoring
  • Homework Help
  • Fitness / Nutrition
  • College and Career Exploration Resume Writing Workshops
  • College Tours
  • Airbrush Art
  • Knitting
  • Field Trips

Jordan WRAP Program

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What is LB WRAP?

LB WRAP Program, Winners Reaching Amazing Potential, is funded by a 21st CenturyCommunityLearningCentergrant given to the school district. The purpose of the program is to help youth improve academically and provide them a safe place to be after school, participating in fun and enriching activities.

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Academic Improvement Component

The academic support component deals mainly with tutoring and homework assistance. Most tutoring focuses on core subjects, especially English and Math. However, WRAP does provide some support in Science, History, and other subjects students may be struggling with during the regular school day. Homework assistance can be given by a college aide, a peer, or by a teacher and is usually not a paid position.

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Enrichment Component

The enrichment component is disguised learning. We focus on ensuring students are safe, have fun, and learn. Youth related crime in Long Beachpeaks right after school between the hours of 3:00pm-6:00pmright after school. The WRAP program provides students an alternative and an opportunity to enrich their lives through positive forms of learning. Teachers and outside vendors offer enrichment programs after school. There are currently enrichment in Youth Development, Recreation, Career/Life After High School, and Community Service. Some examples of enrichment programs are, Digital Media Arts, Cake Decorating and Chocolate Making, Airbrush, Cultural Arts, Hip Hop Dance,  Jewelry Design, Resume Writing Workshops, Job and Career Readiness, etc.

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Leadership Programs

Jordan WRAP Leadership Council: This leadership program meets every Friday afterschool. This group of students is responsible for helping to manage the grant, "Grant Managers". They put on events to help recruit students into the program, serve as representatives of the student body to choose youth programs to provide afterschool, fundraise as needed for programs who might need support or supplies, put on a youth leadership conference each year, service projects for our school and our community, maintain the WRAP Panther Lounge on campus.

Xi Sisters and Omega Brothers Leadership Programs:

The Xi Sister and Omega Brothers programs are modeled after a Fraternity/Sorority, and serve as a Service Learning Component for the WRAP after school program.

 The Xi Sisters was founded by a student Annette Robertson in 2007, whose vision was to create a sisterhood modeled after a sorority where students would support one another through school and family crisis, complete service learning and community service projects, and stay College bound participating in college tours and workshops, as well as fun and exciting field trips. The Xi Sisters program found support from our very own principal Rosalind Morgan who brought in her alumni Sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha who currently mentors out students.

 The Omega Brothers was founded by a student Rudy Fifita who saw the work of the girls and wanted a program for the guys. He created a brotherhood which served alongside the Xi Sisters Program. 

What we do:

  • Sisterhood & Brotherhood – to help one another succeed towards the goal of graduation
  • Support for crisis in time of need
  • Philanthropy and Community Service Project Opportunities
  • Service Hours
  • Leadership Camp & Building Bridges Camp
  • College Tours and Workshops in the Spring
  • Field Trips
  • Put on special events on campus
  • Put on special events in the community
  • Work with College Fraternities and Sororities
  • College and Career Guidance and assistance
  • CharacterBuilding
  • Recommendation letters for college or jobs as needed
  • Step (and performances)
  • Womens Empowerment Counseling Group
  • Men's Empowerment Counseling Group


Jordan WRAP Partnerships and Collaborations

  • California Conference for Equality and Justice (CCEJ)
  • California Families in Focus - Angel Macias
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororities Inc. - Pearl Foundation
  • Sigma Lambda Gamma
  • Councilmen Steven Neal
  • LB Human Dignity Program - Teresa Gomez
  • Miller Childrens Hospital & Memorial Hospital of Long Beach
  • Cal State University Long Beach
  • Long Beach City College
  • National Pacific Islander Educator Network (NPIEN)
  • Samoan Affairs
  • USC POTO Mentor Program
  • Jordan Parent Center
  • Dramatic Results



Cabrillo and Jordan Students



The Pre-College Summer Academy is a dual-enrollment, on-campus program with curriculum consisting of 48 hours of either COMM130 (Intro to Public Speaking) or THEA113 (Introduction to Acting). High school juniors and seniors will get to choose one of the two courses and have the chance to receive 3 units of college credit over summer!


Course Descriptions


COMM 130 – Essentials of Public Speaking

This course will fulfill the Foundation-A2 General Education (GE) requirement. The class is about the composition and delivery of speeches to inform and persuade. Logical organization will be stressed.


THEA 113 – Introduction to Acting

This course will fulfill the Explorations-C1 General Education (GE) requirement. In this class, you will do a review of actors and acting, past and present; their work as artists; basic exercises in voice, diction, movement, and personality projection.



July 9 – Aug 2, 2018


Monday - Thursday

9:00 am to 12:00 pm


LOCATION:  On campus at CSULB


Transportation provided by LBUSD



For more information and/or to enroll in

a course, please contact:


Chris Borunda

LBUSD Administrator

K16 Collaborations & District Programs

Equity, Access, College and Career Readiness


E-Mail: CBorunda@lbschools.net

Phone:  (562) 997-8321


Take a summer math course at CSU Long Beach and satisfy your General Education Requirement! Earn university credit and LBUSD math credit at the same time! 
Where?  CSU Long Beach campus (LA-5 building) 
What?  MATH 103 – Mathematical Ideas (special section only for LBUSD students, 30 student maximum), 3 units/10 high school credits 
When?  July 9–27, 2018 (M-F, 9 am to 12 pm) 
MATH 103 students will be introduced to the modeling cycle through structured activities from the Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications (COMAP). Within each modeling project, students will investigate and learn novel mathematical, statistical, and technological tools while making use of and reinforcing the content which students learned in high school. A culminating final project will engage students in the entire modeling process, beginning with the identification of a real problem and ending with the showcasing of a web-based report of outcomes. 
How?   You must have passed Algebra 2 w/”B” or better  Tell your counselor you are interested  CSULB will register you once you complete a registration form  LBUSD & CSULB will pay for the course and parking  No textbook needed 
Register at the following link:

https://goo.gl/forms/MNyMokqrOHWXNdeJ2  by May 31st

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Jordan WRAP Staff

Candace Meehan
Alfonso Raya
Sambo Sak
Christine Aguilar

Jordan WRAP Office:
WRAP Panther Lounge
Room 502
562-423-1471 x.2139

WRAP Director

Meehan, Candace
Jordan WRAP Director