News and Resources for School Closure and Coronavirus

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The LAUSD is offering Wi-Fi HotSpot devices for students without home internet connectivity. A HotSpot will provide internet access for all of your devices at home. This is more important than ever as our students rely on connectivity for much of their class attendance, and school work. If you need a device to connect to the internet at home, you can request one by filling out this form. Whether you need a device or not, we would ask all families to fill out the form so we can verify that all of our students and their families have connectivity.
The LAUSD provides daily updates on the Coronavirus including the latest news, helpful hints, FAQ, a hotline, and statements from the superintendent at:
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Grab & Go Food Centers - Map and Complete List
Los Angeles Unified, in partnership with the Red Cross, will continue to provide nutritious meals to all students who need them during the temporary closure of schools. Our Grab & Go Food Centers will be open beginning Wednesday, March 18, and will be staffed weekdays from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Each child can take home two nutritious meals.
• Talking to Children About Coronavirus
• Beginning Monday, March 16, 2020, PBS, KLCS, and KCET's 6 AM to 6 PM schedules will feature programs intended to provide students continued engagement opportunities with educational content. This schedule will be in-effect until school resumes and students are permitted to return to class.
The updated schedule is available here:
• Charter Communications will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription and at any service level up to 100 Mbps. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households.
• At Hale, we have been preparing for a possible school closure. Each teacher has developed a curriculum based on the use of a variety of resources including Schoology, school textbooks, paper printouts, and other online resources. Your child should know the learning expectations for each class, and work to meet those expectations during their time out of school. You can support your child by developing a regimen to follow, that works for your family, so that they make consistent progress during their absence from school.
• Attached are resources for parents and students that should be useful during the school closure.