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LAUSD Family Academy/ La Academia Familiar

The Family Academy is designed to leverage families’ assets to be empowered as they support their child from the early primary years to college and career success. This effort will complement family knowledge by connecting them to actionable learning focused on their child’s development, as well as opportunities to accelerate their own careers and quality of livelihood.

Free Rapid Antigen Tests

Keeping our students and communities safe is our top priority! Schools are distributing free Rapid Antigen Tests to all students and staff. Please contact your child’s school for more information.

Pruebas Rápidas de Antígenos Gratuitas

¡Mantener seguros a nuestros estudiantes y comunidades es nuestra principal prioridad! Las escuelas están distribuyendo pruebas rápidas de antígenos gratuitas a todos los estudiantes y al personal. Comuníquese con la escuela de su hijo para obtener más información.

Plan Estratégico 2022-26!

Durante los próximos cuatro años, el Distrito
Unificado de Los Ángeles se enfocará en un
objetivo singular: asegurar que TODOS nuestros
estudiantes se gradúen PREPARADOS PARA EL
MUNDO, para prosperar en la universidad, una
carrera, y la vida. Este Plan Estratégico representa
la promesa a toda nuestra comunidad del Distrito
Unificado de Los Ángeles de que lograremos esta
meta.
Con este plan, estamos estableciendo una nueva
e inspiradora visión sobre cómo podemos mejorar
el logro estudiantil y cerrar las desigualdades en
las oportunidades. Creemos que al definir una
meta singular, y una visión para lograr esta meta,
podemos asegurar que todos los que forman
parte del Distrito Unificado de Los Ángeles puedan
apoyar y elevar a nuestro distrito juntos.
Reconocemos que los últimos dos años han
sido difíciles para nuestros estudiantes, personal
y familias, la pandemia de COVID-19 nos ha
desafiado de muchas maneras y nos obligó a
repensar cómo brindamos servicio a nuestros
estudiantes.
Y si bien seguiremos respondiendo al impacto
de una pandemia aún presente en nuestras
comunidades, este plan nos permitirá elevar
las maneras en que nos hemos adaptado
positivamente al prestar servicio a nuestros
estudiantes y destacar las prácticas prometedoras
que instituimos para llevarnos adelante.
Capturaremos la urgencia de nuestro momento
actual y trabajaremos juntos para transformarnos
en un distrito más fuerte, más inclusivo y más
receptivo.
A través de un sólido esfuerzo de escuchar y de
compromiso que captura las diversas voces
de todo el Distrito, hemos establecido una
visión compartida de cómo se ve el éxito de los
estudiantes y lo que significa estar preparados
para el mundo; este plan servirá como una
hoja de ruta que describe todos los pasos que
tomaremos para hacer realidad esta visión. Este
plan está diseñado para informar las acciones que
se pueden tomar desde el plantel escolar hasta las
oficinas del Distrito, y en nuestras comunidades,
para impulsar el éxito estudiantil y avanzar hacia
nuestra meta singular, de crear la alineación en
todo el Distrito sobre las maneras en que podemos
servir mejor a nuestros estudiantes y nuestras
comunidades escolares

2022-26 Strategic Plan: Ready for the World

For the next four years, Los Angeles Unified will focus on a singular goal: ensure ALL our students graduate READY FOR THE WORLD – to thrive in college, career, and life. This Strategic Plan represents a promise to our entire Los Angeles Unified community that we will achieve this goal. With this plan, we are establishing a new, inspiring vision on how we can improve student achievement and close opportunity gaps. We believe that by outlining a singular goal, and a vision for achieving this goal, we can ensure that everyone who is a part of Los Angeles Unified will be able to support and uplift our district together.

Our singular goal: ensure ALL our students graduate READY FOR THE WORLD – to thrive in college, career, and life.

Through a robust listening and engagement effort capturing diverse voices from across the District, we have established a shared vision of what student success looks like and what being ready for the world means; this plan will serve as a roadmap outlining all of the steps we will take to realize this vision. This plan is designed to inform actions that can be taken at the school site, through the district office, and in our communities to drive student success and move toward our singular goal, creating alignment across the District on the ways we can best serve our students and our school communities.

We acknowledge that the last two years have been difficult for our students, staff, and families – the COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us in many ways and forced us to rethink how we provide for our students.

And while we will continue to respond to the impact of a pandemic still present in our communities, this plan will allow us to elevate the ways in which we have adapted positively to serve our students and highlight the promising practices we will institute to carry us forward. We will capture the urgency of our current moment and work together to transform into a stronger, more inclusive, and more responsive district.

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Line// Linea de Consulta de Salud Mental en la Primera Infancia

CALL (213) 443-0165 Weekdays 8 am - 5 pm for consultation, support & referrals from Birth - 8.
Your call will be answered by Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants, trained psychiatric social workers who are standing by to provide you with:
Information to help nurture the healthy development of children birth-8 years old.
Parenting support to help build on the parenting skills you already have, including how to manage challenging behaviors and build a nurturing relationship with your child.
Referrals to community resources and other services.
Parent support for virtual and in-person learning.

STUDENT ENROLLMENT FUNDING BILL ADVOCACY IN SUPPORT OF SENATE BILL 830 –

JOIN LOS ANGELES UNIFIED’S STUDENT ENROLLMENT FUNDING BILL ADVOCACY IN SUPPORT OF SENATE BILL 830 –
Senate Bill 830 by Senator Anthony Portantino would provide additional funding based on student enrollment. California is one of six states that does not consider enrollment numbers for determining state aid to school districts. Districts currently plan their budgets and expend funds based on enrollment but receive funds based on attendance.
Direct outreach/engagement can help make a difference. Contact these key decision makers to let them know you want to ensure schools receive funding based on student enrollment numbers. Here are some easy ways you can get
involved to SUPPORT SB 830 and make a difference in students’ lives.
Questions?
Email: [email protected]
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