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What to do while Los Angeles Unified schools are closed in response to the Coronavirus

60 sites available for meal pickup! 
Due to recent developments in the global Coronavirus pandemic, Los Angeles Unified is opening Grab & Go Food Centers, giving families 60 sites where they can pick up food for their children.

We are following guidelines from public health experts and government partners who have called for increased social distancing to slow the spread of the virus.

Free Educational Resources from PBS SoCal | KCET and KLCS-TV

Los Angeles Unified, PBS SoCal | KCET, and KLCS-TV have partnered to provide free supplemental educational resources to help your family support learning during the school closures. This multi-platform initiative includes Pre-K–12 educational programming and robust online resources through the online platform PBS LearningMedia. The resources are free and designed to be used by public schools throughout California to help students continue learning at home.

  • Grades Pre-K–3
    PBS SoCal (Channel 50.1) from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    PBS SoCal KIDS (Channel 50.5)
    24/7 Livestream (on streaming devices and PBS KIDS Video app)
    KLCS KIDS (Channel 58.2)
    KLCS (Channel 58.1) from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m.
    YouTube (Search “PBS KIDS”)
    Free PBS KIDS Video App
  • Grades 4–8
    KLCS (Channel 58.1) from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Grades 9–12
    KCET (Channel 28.1) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    KLCS (Channel 58.1) from 2 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    The above channels are for viewing on television. Please check your local listing for more information or at

    Explore Online
    PBS LearningMedia is a free resource that offers enhanced materials to support educational assignments. The PBS LearningMedia materials will be offered in conjunction with the television shows and will be available online.

    Read About It!
    Los Angeles Unified will prepare take-home packets with reading materials, assignments and more.

    Write About It!
    Ask your child to keep a journal and write about everything they are learning each day.

    Talk About It!
    Treat the shows as a part of the learning process. Talk and ask questions about what your child is watching to reinforce new learning.


Instructional Continuity

General Resources
• Access to Los Angeles Unified Digital Library & Los Angeles Unified Destiny resources
Available in Schoology’s Top App Menu
Also available at
• Edgenuity:
• Edgenuity Live Sessions:
• Elementary Quick Start:
• Middle School Quick Start:
• High School Quick Start:
• PBS Learning Media:
• Khan Academy: General Practice for K-12:


Find links to different helpful resources. 

Get in contact with the Parent Center:

Ms. Maria Cruz-Abadias 



Talking to our students about School Safety
Parents, with the amount of violence mentioned in the news, it is important that we talk to our children about school safety. All have responsibilities in ensuring that all remain safe, faculty, staff, students, parents/guardians, etc. These are a couple of resources that can help parents start that conversation with the students at home. 
Parent Workshops
  • ALL are FREE and held in the Parent Center, room 503
  • Learn about different interesting topics 
  • Check out the calendar for upcoming workshops
SBAC - State Testing
Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium 
Find out more about each of the state tests for California by clicking on the link below.
Have questions on about teens using social media or internet safety?  Click on the link below. Content is also available in Spanish.
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The Single Plan for Student Achievement is a document that serves as a guide to the school to ensure student achievement in a variety of areas, including English, Math and English Language Programs, among others. Click on the PDF file below to read the document.

A School-Parent Compact for Student  Achievement is an agreement that parents, students and teachers develop together.


It explains how parents and teachers will work together to make sure all students reach or exceed grade-level standards.

The Parent & Family Engagement Policy (PFEP) is a document that several stakeholders take part in developing it. This policy describes how the school will support and increase parent involvement.