LAUSD Teachers Union Wants Mandatory COVID Vaccinations For All Eligible StudentsUnited Teachers Los Angeles is calling for all eligible students ages 12 and older to undergo mandatory vaccinations.
Mobile Vaccination Clinic Begins Making Rounds At LAUSD SchoolsThe clinic started the morning out at Woodrow Wilson Senior High school, where about 20 people had signed up for appointments. However, the clinic may linger at the El Sereno campus to accommodate walk-ins.
LA County Identifies COVID-19 Outbreak At Grant Elementary SchoolThe L.A. County Department of Public Health has identified a COVID-19 outbreak at Grant Elementary School, Los Angeles Unified confirmed Wednesday.
Appointments Now Available As LAUSD Launches COVID-19 Vaccine ProgramAppointments can now be scheduled for the Los Angeles Unified School District's school-based vaccine clinics.
Advocacy Group Creates LAUSD-Wide Dashboard Of Positive COVID-19 Cases In Each SchoolThe database comes, according to advocates, after LAUSD ignored repeated requests to provide one on its own.
Back To School: Tips On What To Include In Your Child's BackpackAlthough schools are back in session, campuses across the Southland are looking different than ever before. One of the changes parents and children need to be prepared for is what is inside their backpacks.
Parents Concerned Over What Will Happen If LAUSD Students Or Staff Are Exposed To Or Catch COVID-19More than 3,600 students and staff tested positive for COVID-19 in LAUSD's baseline testing, which took place prior to classes starting.
LAUSD's Daily Pass System Buckles Under First Day Of School Influx Of StudentsStudents returning to LAUSD schools Monday were required to show a daily health pass on their phones as they entered campus. The pass shows that the student has either taken a weekly COVID-19 test and filled out the daily health questionnaire.
'I'm So Happy Because I Don't Like Being On Zoom': LAUSD Students, Parents Excited For First Day Of SchoolThe first day of school wasn’t without its problems – several schools saw long lines due to the district’s new COVID check-in protocols.
Drivers Urged To Go Slow, Stop For School Buses As LAUSD Students Return To CampusesTraffic safety is again a concern, with so many drivers no longer accustomed to so many children on their way as they commute to work.
LAUSD Classes Start Monday Amid A Spike In New Daily Infections Due To Delta VariantAs the ongoing challenges of the pandemic continue, Monday is the first day of full-time, in-person learning at Los Angeles Unified School District.