Updates on LAUSD's COVID-19 Closures

This is a difficult decision, but necessary, as we try to slow the spread of the virus. Los Angeles Unified serves a high-needs population, and our schools provide a social safety net for our children.
Each student will have a plan which they will take home with them today and additional support will be provided to assist students as they transition to a different way of learning and teachers to a different way of teaching.

For some students it will be continuing the lesson plan and instruction they have already been working on with their classroom teacher. For others it will be engaging with the curriculum and lessons which we and PBS SoCal will be providing. And for some, it will be a combination of the two.

While our special education centers will also close, students and families will continue to have access to services from the regional centers they currently rely on.
Grab-and-Go food service will begin Wednesday, March 18 from 7 to 10am weekdays. Students will receive two take-home meals from any of the 60 sites open throughout the district. RFK/UCLA Community School is participating in the program and will be accessible through Campus Road off of 8th street. A full list of participating sites can be found on the district homepage.

Attached are resources to help understand how students and parents can continue learning at home during school closures.