Anti-Vax Protesters Confront Parents About Masks Outside Beverly Hills SchoolSeveral dozen anti-vaccine protesters gathered outside Hawthorne Elementary School holding signs and banners and yelling at students and their parents as they arrived for class.
Students at Watts School Surprised With Brand New Music Production StudioMarkham Middle School students arrived to class to find a state-of-the-art studio had been built.
LA County Students Exposed To COVID-19 Can Continue To Attend In-Person Classes, Health Officials AnnounceUnvaccinated students in Los Angeles County who are exposed to COVID-19 will not necessarily have to stay off school campuses, under new guidelines announced Thursday.
Viral Trend On TikTok Encourages Students To Damage School Property, StealA new trend on the social media platform, TikTok, is encouraging students to steal from their schools and damage property on campus. Now, two local school districts have sent out memos deterring kids from doing it. 
New LAUSD School Geared Towards Immigrant Students Opens In WestlakeThe Internationals Network Academy will serve nearly 100 immigrant students and English learners.
Calif. Supreme Court Rejects OC Lawsuit To Block Mask Mandate In SchoolsThe court rejected a request to block students from being required to wear masks in schools.
Culver City Unified To Require Students 12 And Older To Get COVID VaccineAll eligible students will have until Nov. 19 to provide proof that they are fully vaccinated.
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.
2 Teen Girls Charged In Ventura School Arson Fire That Caused $1M In DamageThe fire has forced Mound Elementary to find alternative classroom locations for the upcoming school year.
UCLA Receives Grant To Study Best Practices For Safe Return To SchoolA UCLA research team has been awarded a $3 million grant from the U.S. National Institutes of Health to study how to increase COVID-19 testing access for a safe return to school, particularly for underserved populations.
UCLA Report: Better School Environment May Reduce Weapon-Carrying