LAUSD School Mental Health (SMH) professionals promote the mental health, well-being, and academic achievement of all LAUSD students.
SMH professionals support positive student connections with peers, family, school, and community by facilitating student development and the ability to successfully deal with problems, crises, or traumatic experiences.
CONGRATULATIONS EVRYONE! We are all so proud of you. You deserve a break and praise for your accomplishments this year.
Looking at next year.
We have limited space available in the college courses. Students are already signing up for Spring Semester Dual Enrollment.
College Credit Now! For Free. Limited spots per class. Enroll NOW ! On time enrollment ends January 20, 2021. Classes start February 8, 2021.
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We are preparing to serve students at schools as soon as it’s possible, in
the safest way possible. Our plans include the highest standards for
health, education and employee practices at schools. This crisis is not a
time to lower standards which could compromise the health and safety of
the school community, the quality of education being provided to
students or the protections for employees in the workplace.
This guide is intended to outline the two different instructional models
that will be available for families when students can return to campuses,
and to provide information on the safety practices in place at schools,
including cleaning of classrooms, social distancing, and our school-based
system of COVID-19 testing and contact tracing.
End of Year Community Meeting:
Join us Tuesday December 22 @ 6pm
ZOOM ID 865 4278 7904
Find out about the following items and more:
-Incomplete Form - if the student is not meeting proficiency, did the student receive their "Incomplete Form" from the Teacher?
-Support for Students to complete work over the Break, sponsored by Local District Northwest.
-Campus is closed for all services until further notice.
-Grab & Go is open to the public