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The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) has announced that public schools will remain closed through May 1, 2020. LAUSD has partnered with PBS SoCal to provide educational programming to their students during this period.
Because many LAUSD students rely on school for at least one of their daily meals, LAUSD also offers a network of 60 Grab and Go food centers.
The Los Angeles Public Libraries are currently closed, and are not charging late fees for overdue books and materials.
One Degree’s COVID-19 Resource Guide
One Degree’s COVID-19 Resource Guide is updated Monday – Friday by 2 PM. The resource guide is a collaborative effort between Cal State LA, Los Angeles Department of Health Services, One Degree, and other community organizations and members who are committed to the well-being and health of our community. The resource guide includes educational resources and is available in English and Spanish.
Low-cost Internet Services for Los Angeles Residents
The City of Los Angeles has partnered with internet providers to offer low-cost broadband and wifi offers for school age (K-12) and/or college student households, healthcare workers, educators and subscribers living in public and affordable housing. Get connected here.
PBS SoCal: Educational Programming
PBS SoCal has partnered with the LAUSD to offer broadcast programming and accompanying digital resources for at-home learning. This educational programming is free, and links to programming can be found at:
Los Angeles Public Library
Although LA County’s 72 library locations are closed, The LA Public Library is still offering a large selection of digital services including:
- ebooks and audiobooks
- tv, movies and music
- online classes
- newspapers and magazines.
Their web-based Ask a Librarian service is also available, and librarians can still be reached by calling (213) 228-7272.
The LA Public Library is not charging late fees for overdue materials during its closure.
The LA Public Library offers coronavirus resources in English and Spanish on their website that you can access here.
William S. Hart Union High School District
The Hart Union High School District has closed schools and is offering Distance Learning for students. Visit the Hart Union High School District website to learn how distance learning works and about how to get free or reduced WiFi and/or chromebooks for students.
The Saugus Union School District
The Saugus Union School District’s COVID-19 webpage provides a list of food centers for children (18 years and younger) to pick up free meals during the school closure. To access their webpage, click here.
Newhall School District
Schools in the Newhall School District are closed until May 5th. Visit the Newhall School District website to find Santa Clarita based child care options as well as food distribution centers for students and families.