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School Closure and Distance Learning

Updated 3/23/2020

News Release: Los Angeles Unified and Verizon Reach Agreement to Provide Unlimited Internet to All Students Currently Lacking Access

LOS ANGELES – MARCH 23, 2020 – Los Angeles Unified School District and Verizon announced today that they have reached an agreement to provide Internet connectivity for all students who have no Internet connectivity at home. This agreement is a critical component in the district’s plan for students to continue learning as campuses remain closed in response to COVID-19. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
“The digital divide is very real, as many as 100,000 of our students lack access to the internet at home,” Superintendent Austin Beutner said. “We must find a way for all students to continue to learn while schools are closed and this partnership with Verizon will help to do that.”
“Access to distance learning and reliable connectivity is a critical component to the success of the LAUSD’s mission,” said Andrés Irlando, Senior Vice President & President Public Sector and Verizon Connect at Verizon. “Verizon is proud to partner with LAUSD to help bridge the digital divide and keep students connected to their teachers, schools and each other during this unprecedented time.”
Second largest in the nation, Los Angeles Unified serves over 700,000 students in kindergarten through 12th grade, early education and adult education at close to 1,400 schools. The District has authorized over 200 independently-operated public charter schools. Additional details are available on the Fingertip Facts page. Los Angeles Unified's boundaries stretch across 720 square miles and include the City of Los Angeles as well as all or parts of 31 municipalities and several unincorporated regions of Southern California.
Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE, Nasdaq: VZ) was formed on June 30, 2000 and is celebrating its 20th year as one of the world’s leading providers of technology, communications, information and entertainment products and services. Headquartered in New York City and with a presence around the world, Verizon generated revenues of $131.9 billion in 2019.  The company offers voice, data and video services and solutions on its award winning networks and platforms, delivering on customers’ demand for mobility, reliable network connectivity, security and control.

Free Meals at 60 Grab & Go Food Centers

Los Angeles Unified, in partnership with the Red Cross, will continue to provide nutritious meals to all students who need them during the temporary closure of schools. Our Grab & Go Food Centers will be open beginning Wednesday, March 18, and will be staffed weekdays from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Each child can take home two nutritious meals.

Centros de Comida Para Llevar
El Distrito Unificado de Los Ángeles continuará proporcionando comidas nutritivas a todos los estudiantes que las necesiten durante el cierre temporal de las escuelas. Nuestros Centros de Comida para Llevar estarán abiertos a partir del miércoles 18 de marzo, y contarán con personal los días entre semana de 7 a.m. a 10 a.m.

Las familias que deseen recoger comidas gratis para sus estudiantes pueden visitar uno de nuestros 60 Centros de Alimentos para Llevar. Cada niño puede llevar a casa dos comidas nutritivas.


To find the closest Grab & Go Food Center, see the map below or check the list of centers on this page.

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

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Download the schedules: PBS SoCal Schedule | KCET Schedule | KLCS-TV Schedule

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


Download this information as a PDF: Instructional Continuity Guide for Students

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Los Angeles Unified is committed to ensuring the health and well-being of students and staff and providing a safe, secure learning environment for all. Please refer to the following resources to help you supplement your learning while at home.

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:
SAT and ACT Practice for Grade 10 and 11:
• Schoology Resources
Log In:
Getting Started on Schoology for Students:
K2 Students, sign into Schoology in a simplified way with QR Codes:

• To reset your Los Angeles Unified online access PIN or password, contact 213-241-5200 and press #8


Download this information as a PDF: Instructional Continuity Guide for Parents

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Los Angeles Unified is committed to ensuring the health and well-being of students and staff and providing a safe, secure learning environment for all. Please refer to the following resources to help your student supplement their learning while at home.

Parent Resources
• Log in to Parent Portal:
• Access Grades and Assignments from Parent Portal:
• Linking Parent Portal to Schoology:
• Login to the Mobile App
• Using Parent Portal to Message Teachers and Access Grades:
• For More Online Courses (Edgenuity):
• Edgenuity Live Sessions:
• Elementary Quick Start:
• Middle School Quick Start:
• High School Quick Start:

• Parent Portal Parent Resources:
• Los Angeles Unified Hotline Support (213) 443-1300

• Parent Portal Parent Resources:



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Los Angeles Unified students, including English Learners, Standard English Learners, Gifted Learners, and Students with Disabilities will be able to access the following free resources during school closures. Below is list of some free online learning resources for your child’s continuity of learning.
To access the following resources, students may sign in using their LAUSD Single Sign On (SSO) via one of several methods:
• SSO via Clever Login through this link:
• SSO via Google Login

(Products with * are District approved. Parents, please check the product’s Privacy Policy prior to signing up for products that are not District approved).

For a complete list of free resources, please visit:

Instructional Continuity for Students with Disabilities

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For more information, visit:

Support for Students on Alternate Curriculum
Students on an alternate curriculum are provided specific curriculum designed to meet their particular instructional need. In an effort to provide our students an individualized set of materials and resources, teachers will plan and develop materials and resources in support of students on an alternate curriculum.
The following are instructional resources available to students and parents in support of the supplemental learning for students with disabilities.

• Unique Learning System (Student Accounts)
• The following link provides instructions on how to access ULS Student View Account from home:
• 10 days of Instructional Materials
• Grades K-2:
• Grades 3-5/6:
• Grades 6-8:
• Grades 9-12:
• Adult Transition Grades 12+:

Support for Students on Core Curriculum
Students with disabilities on core curriculum can supplement their learning through the same means as general education students (students without disabilities). The following resources are available to supplement students in accessing core curriculum.

• Edgenuity is available for student use K-12. Each student has an individual code that will allow them to access lessons in English Language Arts and Mathematics. Science and History/Social Science lessons are available for middle and high school students.
• Curriculum maps can be accessed on the Division of Instruction Website:
You will see a box labeled “Curriculum Maps”: Elementary, Middle and High School. Click on the grade level span you wish to view (refer to picture). Parents, select the pd format. Curriculum maps contain guidelines for what is learned in each grade and subject matter throughout the year. The map will show what students work on in the subject at different time periods throughout the year, giving a rough guide of where students are instructionally.

Support for Children Birth to 5 (Infants, Toddlers, Preschoolers with disabilities)
In order to supplement the learning and to promote student and parent engagement we are offering Creative Curriculum Learning Games in English and Spanish. The Learning games are designed to build skills that lead to successful, lifelong learning for a child.

The Learning Games support the Creative Curriculum which is the Los Angeles Unified adopted preschool curriculum. The games are easy to grasp yet rich with information. Children benefit the most when the important adults in their lives-their parents, caregivers, teachers are working together to support learning and growth. Families show an increased awareness of their child’s abilities, growth and development during the journey of the Learning Games. This is an excellent tool to promote engagement. This valuable resource will support learning and student/parent engagement.
Parents may also access this free resource online:

Information Technology Support

Our Information Technology Division is working to assist all students and families in having access to internet connectivity and computing devices to help learning continue during the COVID-19 crisis.

For more information, visit ITD's website.