Change in Public Health Close Contact Testing Protocols and Reminder Regarding Continued LCUSD Mandatory Testing and Attestation on Sundays through February 6
Superintendent Sinnette's email to the LCUSD community regarding testing requirements, test distribution, masking protocols, Covid-19 test positivity rate improvements, and more.
Click in the title above to find out more about the two upcoming clinics taking place on January 15th and February 5th. Appointments are highly recommended. Attached flyer has more details and contact information.
Topics included in Superintendent Sinnette's update are Sunday's required at home testing, information for members of the LCUSD community currently quarantining or in isolation, concerns regarding Antigen Test false negatives, and info about upcoming Covid-19 pediatric and booster vaccine clinics.
At an emergency meeting of the LCUSD Board of Education today the Board took action to require a negative Covid-19 test for all students and staff in order to return to school for in-person learning. Additionally, the Governing Board took action to delay the post-holiday return to campus for in-person instruction until Thursday, January 6, 2022. Please be advised that tomorrow, Wednesday, January 5, will be an at-home instructional day with teachers posting assignments, preparing packets, or opting to instruct via zoom according to the daily bell schedule. Teachers will be notifying students and/or families directly regarding the format for their Wednesday (tomorrow’s) instruction. (Please click to read full message)
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On January 4, 2022 LCUSD staff will have a Professional Development Day. Click on the title above to view the agenda.
This is a friendly reminder that as part of our Family Learning Series, we will be hosting a workshop entitled “Preparing Future Leaders for a Diverse World - Understanding Restorative Practices”, facilitated by Dr. Aaron I. Bruce, MIBA, PhD. this evening, Tuesday December 7 from 6:00p.m.-7:30p.m.
Explore how restorative practices are helping develop future leaders. Learn about the parental roles in raising future leaders.
The LCUSD Governing Board will hold an emergency meeting to discuss the health and safety protocol updates from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health related to students returning from winter break. You can join remotely on the LCUSD YouTube page or in person. Click for the link.
At the end of the 2020-2021 school year, LCUSD administered standardized assessments (Illuminate) to measure student learning and progress. At the start of the 2021-2022 school year, diagnostic assessments were administered to measure learning loss and design a plan to address student needs upon their return to school. Each principal designed a targeted Responsive Teaching Plan to address student needs. Parents and the community can access those plans here.