Black Lives Matter at School is a national committee of educators organizing for racial justice in education. Black Lives Matter at School encourages all educators, students, parents, unions, and community organizations to join their annual Week of Action during the first week of February each year. The Black Lives Matter at School movement first started in Seattle during the fall of 2016, when thousands of educators in Seattle came to school on October 19th wearing shirts that said, “Black Lives Matter: We Stand Together.” Hundreds of families and students did too. Many of the shirts also included the message “#SayHerName,” a campaign to raise awareness about the often unrecognized state violence and assault of women in our country."
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LAUSD will be hosting a Community Collaborative for students involved in the foster care system on Thursday, March 11, 2021. See flyer for details.
Click on the link to register for your COVID-19 Vaccine. Many locations available.
COVID-19 testing for all students is necessary and appropriate as we plan a return to school in the safest possible manner. We must do all we can to protect the health and safety of our community. La prueba COVID-19 para todos los estudiantes es necesaria y apropiada, ya que planeamos regresar a la escuela de la manera más segura posible. Debemos hacer todo lo posible para proteger la salud y la seguridad de nuestra comunidad.
First 5 California has a free kit for new parents. If you have a child 0-5 years old and would like your kit, click on the link. This kit is available in multiple languages.