Our health and safety return to campus protocols include completing a daily health screener. You can find it in ParentSquare starting at 7pm each night and can fill it out the night before or morning of each school day. Click to read more and access to health screener, along with learn some common troubleshooting tips.
La Canada Unified School District is pleased to announce we will offer all students a school lunch at no charge in the coming 2021-22 school year. All students enrolled in the district are eligible to receive a healthy lunch at no charge. No further action is necessary.
La Cañada Unified School District will offer Independent Study for TK-12 grade students whose health would be put at risk by in-person learning.
To participate in the Independent Study program, TK-12 grade students must be able to complete their school work at home independently and have a parent/guardian/caregiver who is able to assist in accessing learning. Content for the program will be provided by LCUSD and will be aligned to California standards.
Students enrolled in Independent Study for the 2021-22 school year will have the option of returning to in-person learning during the school year.
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Each year, districts across California complete an action plan related to goals and services that link with the budget. A committee made up of parents, staff, and students meet multiple times as well as engage in extensive outreach to connected groups across the district. Learn more about LCUSD's goals in the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) executive summary by clicking the headline above.
The LCUSD Grab and Go Meal program will conclude June 3rd.
Please join us Thursday, April 29th at 6:30 for a very special online event. Jerry Kang, professor of Asian American Studies, will survey the science of implicit biases with emphasis on real-world consequences in school systems. He will also discuss potential countermeasures. The learning objectives include greater awareness of implicit biases and how to counter them within individual and institutional contexts. The session will be recording and available for two weeks only. Reserve your spot today.
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Join 8/4 at 7pm or 8/5 at 9am and in this session, we will share the ins and out of digital citizenship and literacy to support learning goals and give families the language and tools needs for online safety. Register now!
This notice provides the public an opportunity to submit comments on the draft PEA report. The 30-day public comment period begins April 15, 2021 ends May 15, 2021.
Click to register for tonight's 7pm parent session on tips and tricks to maintain balance with the tech in your life.
LCUSD will continue to provide Grab and Go Meals to all children at no cost. These meals include breakfast and lunch. With the 7th -12th graders returning to campus, there will be a change to the meal pick-up location. Beginning on Monday, March 29th, Grab and Go Meals will be available, as a drive-thru convenience, from 10:30 – 12:00 in the roundabout located at the 7/8 Grade drop-off gate behind the school. The entrance is accessible from Foothill Blvd. Parents/Guardians are welcome to pick-up meals for their children at the 7/8 drop-off gate.
Beginning April 13th, 7th – 12th Graders who are on campus Tuesday through Friday, are encouraged to pick-up a Grab and Go Meal from the Cafeteria between 1 -1:30 as they leave campus.