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Parent Tech Academy Session One July 7th at 7pm

The topic is Classlink and other district resources for students. We'll tour the online tool that helps manage all the apps our students use and show you what is available this summer. Register for the webinar here.

Reopening Plans Underway: Parents, Teachers, and Staff Meeting to Review Plans

The LCUSD Reopening section on the website contains the 5 focus areas, the Reopening Committee members and agenda, resources and readings, along with recent survey results from distance learning and reopening preferences. You can find this section at www.lcusd.net under District Info, or by clicking this article.

Notice of Intent to Adopt an Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) for the Palm Crest Elementary School Modernization Project

The La Cañada Unified School District (“District”) is the Lead Agency under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for Palm Crest Elementary School Modernization Project. The District has prepared an Initial Study to determine the environmental effects of the proposed project and finds issuance of a Mitigated Negative Declaration is the appropriate level of CEQA environmental review.

Parent Tech Academy (PTA 2.0) Summer Dates Announced! We are Going Virtual This Year!

Returning this summer, the annual parent training camp called PTA 2.0, Parent Tech Academy will be held virtually this summer. We have four sessions scheduled over next month on the following topics: A Parent's Guide to Classlink and LCUSD's Digital Resources, EdTech Speak: A Breakdown of the Most Used Apps and the Language of School Technology, Supporting Your Students at Home Tips and Tricks, and A Parent's Guide to Google Classroom. We hope you'll join us. Please check your email for a message from Jamie Lewsadder with the Zoom Webinar Links. Dates are on the flyer, click here.

COVID-19 Operations Written Report

Every year, school districts are required to present progress on the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) goals as well as share updates made to the plan. Since schools across the County, including La Canada Unified School District were closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Executive Order N-56-20 was established to deal with the changes to the LCAP. This Executive Order issued timeline and approval waivers for the LCAP and also required school districts to adopt a written report; the COVID-19 Operations Written Report, explaining to its community the changes in program offerings made in response to the school closures.
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