Back to School Plan School Year 2020-2021 - AUGUST 2020 - Los Angeles Unified School District

 
Back to School Plan School Year 2020-2021 - AUGUST 2020 - Los Angeles Unified School District
Back to School Plan
 School Year 2020-2021
 AUGUST 2020
Back to School Plan School Year 2020-2021 - AUGUST 2020 - Los Angeles Unified School District
Board of Education
Dr. Richard Vladovic, Board President

 Dr. George J. McKenna III

 Mónica García

 Scott M. Schmerelson

 Nick Melvoin

 Jackie Goldberg

 Kelly Gonez
Back to School Plan School Year 2020-2021 - AUGUST 2020 - Los Angeles Unified School District
Welcome Back to School

 A new school year brings excitement as the
 doors of opportunity open to students. The
 doors may not be open at school facilities as
 we start the year but the opportunity to learn
 must be there for all students. Our efforts,
 whether online or at school, are to make sure
 we provide students with a good education. The
 impact of COVID-19 requires us to take different
 approaches and put forth extraordinary efforts,
 we are committed to both.

 The Back to School Plan is intended to serve
 as a blueprint for the measures, systems, and
 practices necessary to provide the appropriate
 continuity of both care and instruction to all
 students, families and staff as we begin the
 2020-21 school year. Whether students are
 in a classroom at school or at home, our
 commitment to your children is to provide them
 with the best possible education.

 These are difficult times for all of us. Together, we
 can and will find a way to get through this crisis.
 You have my unwavering commitment to do the
 best we can for students and their families.

 Thank you for your continued patience and support.

 Austin Beutner

 Superintendent
Back to School Plan School Year 2020-2021 - AUGUST 2020 - Los Angeles Unified School District
Table of Contents

1 Introduction.........................................................................4

2 What We’ve Learned...........................................................6

3 Smart Start: Beginning 2020-21 Online............................ 11

4 Instruction..........................................................................12

5 Smart Start Resources......................................................19

6 Preparing for a Return to Campus....................................20

7 Communication and Engagement.....................................23

8 Additional Information and Resources..............................24
Back to School Plan School Year 2020-2021 - AUGUST 2020 - Los Angeles Unified School District
Introduction

 The Los Angeles Unified community has come together to exhibit a collective strength
 in mobilizing the supports and resources necessary to begin the school year on August
 18. It is in this spirit that the following framework has been put together – to outline the
 processes, practices, and considerations Los Angeles Unified is orienting around to begin
 the 2020-21 school year safely and responsibly. While Los Angeles Unified will begin
 the school year fully remote, we intend to transition to a hybrid in-person model
 once that option is better aligned with the health and safety of the entire school
 community.

 Objectives
The challenge for Los Angeles schools, given the public health landscape at the moment, is how to
strike the right balance between three important objectives for our community. These objectives
have served as guiding considerations for us since schools first closed in March. This document will
address Los Angeles Unified’s approach to meeting these objectives and providing for the needs of the
communities we serve.

Providing a safety Meeting the learning Protecting the health
net for students needs of students & safety of the school
& families • Address learning loss due to community
• Nutrition absence from school • Reduce risk for all at schools
• Mental health • Maximize instructional time • Help decrease spread of virus
• Childcare • Quality online and in-person
 instruction

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Back to School Plan School Year 2020-2021 - AUGUST 2020 - Los Angeles Unified School District
How the Los Angeles Unified serves and is served by a wide array of different stakeholders,
 all of whose needs and interests informed a plan of this complexity through a
 Plan was rigorous research and engagement process.

 Created This document was also developed in coordination with state and local
 health and education agencies, including California Department of Education,
 California Department of Public Health, Los Angeles County Office of
 Education, and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Los
 Angeles Unified will continue to work in partnership with these agencies to
 ensure we are aligned with the most up-to-date policies and research around

 safe district operations.

 “Return to
 Campus”
 Engagement
 with
 
 Survey of
 stakeholders
 Coordination Health
 with state experts
 Review
 of plans
 Creation of
 operational
 working stakeholders ⭐ and local for school team to
 group health and districts in focus on
 formed in education CA, other implementation
 April authorities states, and
 around the
 world

⭐ Students and families, teachers and staff, principals, labor partners, and community organizations
Community Health Factors
The health and safety of all in our community is a top priority for Los Angeles Unified. For facilities to
reopen for in-person instruction, Los Angeles Unified must meet the appropriate California Department
of Public Health (CADPH) guidelines. CADPH says that schools can reopen once these criteria are no
longer met:

Occurrence and Testing Health System Capacity
• Achieved less than 150 tests per day per • Have a 10% or more increase in hospitalizations over the
 100,000 people past 3 days compared to the prior three days,

• Have more than 100 cases per 100,000 • Less than 20% of ICU beds are open, or
 residents*
• Have more than 25 cases per 100,000
 residents and case positivity rates greater • Less than 25% of ventilators are available
 than 8.0%

*At the time of publication, Los Angeles County had a case rate of 338 per 100,000 residents (8/5/2020)

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What We’ve Learned

 March 16 – June 12 and June 24 – July 28 provided 18 weeks for students and teachers to
 immerse themselves in online learning. The information in the tables under the 2020-21 col-
 umn represents our plans to improve support for students, families, and staff in the coming
 school year.

 Mastering Online Instruction
 We have outlined clear expectations for teaching and learning in an online setting to start the
 2020-21 school year, as well as how we monitor and support students learning online.

 Challenge Spring/Summer 2020-21

 • Regular schedule
 • Inconsistent schedules
 Improving Online (Spring) • Standards-based instruction
 Learning • Variety of online • Daily live interaction
 teaching methods
 • Assessment of student progress

 Attendance and • Tracked when students • Daily attendance will be taken
 Participation logged in • More data on where students are engaged

 • Tutoring by appointment
 Extra Support for • Summer School • Saturday School options for extra
 Students available for all students support and enrichment
 • Intersession learning (Winter break)

 • Reading teachers for high-needs students
 • Summer School
 "Primary Promise" available for all students • Additional instruction in English Language
 Arts and math

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Simplifying Technology
In 2020-21, it will be easier for teachers to find and use the best tools and technology to effectively
deliver instruction and support student learning at home.

 11,000 educators surveyed to identify best digital tools

 Schoology is the “one-stop shop” for access to digital learning tools

 Teachers can access all of this information via Whole Child data platform

 Digital Content

 Additional Tools

 EEC ES MS HS
 Amplify Reading (ELA) ✓
 BrainPOP (All Content) ✓ ✓ ✓
 Discovery (All Content) ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
 Kami (All Content) ✓ ✓ ✓
 EdPuzzle (All Content) ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
 Edgenuity ✓ ✓ ✓
 IXL (Math/ELA) ✓ ✓ ✓
 Labster (Science) ✓
 Nearpod (All Content) ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
 Newsela (All Content) ✓ ✓ ✓
 Reading Horizon (iELD-ELA) ✓ ✓ ✓
 Renaissance (ELA/Math) ✓ ✓
 Rosetta Stone (ELD/DLE) ✓ ✓ ✓
 Screencastify (All Content Teachers only) ✓ ✓ ✓
 Smart Music (Music) ✓ ✓ ✓
 Soundtrap (All Content) ✓ ✓
 Seesaw (All Content) ✓ PK-3
 Zearn (Math) ✓ ✓

 Communication Tools

 EEC ES MS HS

 Zoom ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
 Microsoft Teams Meeting ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
 Conferences ✓ ✓ ✓

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Support for Instruction
In 2020-21, we will continue to expand the instructional supports and services offered to students and
families most in need.

 Challenge Spring/Summer 2020-21
 • Increase of synchronous services
 provided by teachers, related
 service providers, special education
 paraprofessionals
 • Hold IEP team meetings virtually
 Individualized Education • Continue IEP meetings virtually (with
 • Services provided by teachers,
 Programs (IEPs) in-person option in hybrid model)
 related service providers, special
 education paraprofessionals • Ongoing professional development for
 service providers
 • Increased collaboration with general
 education teacher

 • Small-group instruction with teacher
 assistants, substitutes, and pool
 teachers
 Additional Instructional • More staff assisting with device
 Support distribution, technology phone support,
 and family outreach
 • PBS partnership for accessible
 educational programming

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Support for Students and Families
We will offer additional resources for students and families to be best prepared academically, physically,
and emotionally for learning in 2020-21.

Challenge Spring/Summer 2020-21

 • All students have a device, internet,
 • Provided devices and hotspots and instructional materials
Digital Divide
 for students • Repair or replace devices that are not
 working

 • Phone hotline for issues
 • “LA Unified Help for Families” YouTube
Technology Training channel
 • Family and Student Handbook for
 getting online

 • Provided more than 50 million • Continue food relief effort until
Safety Net
 meals to students and families students return to schools

 • Community-building activities
 • Phone hotline • Emotional check-ins
Mental Health • Parent workshops • Continued phone hotline
 • Mental health partnerships
 • Professional development on
 social-emotional learning

 What We’ve Learned | Back to School Plan School Year 2020-2021 9
Health and Safety
As our top priority, we will take all the necessary measures to ensure the health and safety of our entire
Los Angeles Unified school community.

 Challenge Spring/Summer 2020-21

 Personal Protective • PPE kits for staff at school sites • Provide appropriate PPE to staff
 Equipment (PPE) • Ensure face coverings at all sites • Ensure face coverings at all sites

 • Specialized disinfecting equipment
 • Disinfect high-touch surfaces • Increase custodial staff 
 Facilities
 • Modify air circulation systems • Modify room layouts
 • Post signs throughout schools outlining
 safety practices

 • Surplus of soap, paper towels, and
 Washing your hands hand is onesanitizerofin every
 the classroom
 most effec-
 • Hand washing signs/instructions
 Hygiene tive
 at all sites ways to prevent the
 • Clear healthspread of COVID-19
 protocols shared with the
 community

COVID-19 PREVENTATIVE MEASURES
Clean Your Hands Often
 Washing your hands is one of the most effective
 ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19

 2
 Wet your hands Apply Lather and scrub

1 with clean,
 running water
 soap
 3 hands for at least
 20 seconds

 Rinse your hands

 4 5
 Dry your hands
 well under clean,
 using a clean towel
 running water
 ENR

WHEN TO WASH HANDS:
 Arriving and leaving home or school
 After playing outside

 +
 After having close contact with others
 After using shared surfaces or items
 Before and after using restroom
 HAND SANITIZER
 If soap and water are not available, use an
 After blowing nose, coughing, and sneezing
 alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60%
 Before and after eating and preparing foods alcohol, covering all surfaces of your hands
 and rubbing them together until they feel dry.

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Smart Start: Beginning 2020-21 Online

 As the health and safety of staff and students is paramount, we will begin the 2020-21
 school year with online learning. In this model, instruction takes place away from school
 buildings but under the direction of classroom teachers and with support of other staff
 members. Los Angeles Unified is planning for a “Smart Start” to the school year, ensuring
 students and families are equipped with necessary resources and guidance to begin the
 2020-21 school year online.

 First Week of School
 AUGUST
 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st
 Professional Development and Common Planning
 Teachers and • Technology Platforms
 Staff
 • Essential Standards  
 • Meeting the Needs of All Learners Regular
 instructional Instructional
 Device, textbook, schedule day
 instructional begins   
 Students and material
 “Meet Your
 Families* distribution
 Teacher”
 Schoolwide
 orientation

 *Specific activities and daily schedules may vary by school; please contact your school to learn
 more about plans for this week

 Smart Start: Beginning 2020-2021 Online | Back to School Plan School Year 2020-2021 11
Instruction

 Online Learning
 • All students will be exposed to rigorous, cognitively engaging learning experiences
 • Teachers will focus on teaching essential standards and will prioritize the concepts and skills
 that are of immediate importance in learning the current level’s content
 • Feedback will be timely, frequent, relevant, and aligned to the instructional outcome
 • We will provide academic and other supports designed to address the needs of students
 who are not performing at grade level, or need support in other areas, such as English
 learners, students with disabilities, and students in foster care or experiencing homelessness
 • In order to meet the cultural and linguistic needs of Standard English Learners and to
 maximize learning outcomes, educators will focus on infusing Culturally and Linguistically
 Responsive Pedagogy throughout their instructional day
 • Teachers will consider the variability in background knowledge, learning style, and learning
 challenges of the diverse learners in the online classroom
 Fostering Well-Being and Community
 A sense of community helps stakeholders feel valued and included. Strategic activities provide
 opportunities for individuals to learn more about each other, resulting in deeper levels of
 connection and a sense of belonging. A simple and fun way to approach community building
 is through thematic events and activities.

 Mindfulness is the ability to be fully present in the moment. It can
 Mindful provide numerous benefits, from decreased stress and sadness
 to increased levels of focus and happiness, according to research.
 Monday Mindfulness meditation practice is one way to truly experience the
 current moment and integrate that awareness into your everyday life.
 Gratitude is one of many positive emotions. It’s about focusing on
 Grati- what is good in our lives and being thankful for the things we have.
 Gratitude is pausing to notice and appreciate the things we often
 Tuesday take for granted, like having a place to live, food, clean water, friends,
 family, and even computer access.
 There are Eight Dimensions of Wellness: emotional, physical, social,
 Wellness occupational, spiritual, environmental, financial, and intellectual. Each
 dimension of wellness is interrelated and equally vital in the pursuit of
 Wednesday optimum health. Understanding how to maintain and optimize each
 of the dimensions can support an optimal level of overall wellness.
 Doing something for others is powerful for your wellbeing. In fact,
 Thoughtful when we give to others, our brain’s pleasure and reward centers light
 up as if we were the receiver and not the giver! We also get a boost
 Thursday of feel-good endorphins and a hormone called oxytocin is released,
 which lowers our stress!

 Fun Fun Friday is the opportunity to learn more about our students while
 building community and developing and strengthening relationships.
 Friday Be creative and have fun!

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Support for Teachers in Improving Online Teaching Practices
 In 2020-21, Los Angeles Unified teachers will use research-based practices to ensure online instruction
 is designed and delivered to meet the needs of all learners.

 Remote Designing lessons for remote
 learning is a little more detailed
 Lesson Design than creating a lesson that will be
 delivered in person. In person, one
 can read the class and determine if
 students are understanding and
 make adjustments as needed. This
 The time it will takeDesigning
 for may not be readily obvious in a
 Remote a student to complete
 lessons for romote
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 a lesson will varythan
 and creating a lesson that will be
 Lesson Design depend on the grade
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 can read the class and determine if
 and teacher. students are understanding and
 make adjustments as needed. This
 The time it will take for may not be readily obvious in a
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 a lesson will vary and
 depend on the grade
 level, subject matter,
 and teacher. A 45-minute
 traditional, face-
 As with all effective lesson to-face lesson may
 design, activities and only be a 20-
 assignments have clear minute remote
 directions, a rubric of clear
 expectations, and reflective learning lesson.
 Lesson
 questions to provide times will
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 assist with future lessons. A 45-minute be
 traditional, face-
 As with all effective lesson to-face lesson may modified.
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 Setting the Lesson times
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 Definemodified.
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 Objectives
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 Understanding
 Define Lesson
 Objectives Introduce Content
 Assess Current
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 Understanding
 Modified from The Just in Time
 Activity
 Introduce Content
 Playbook for Remote Learning.
 Click here to learn more. Assess Mastery
 Assign Application
Modified from The Just in Time
 ActivityInstruction | Back to School Plan School Year 2020-2021 13
All District Staff Supporting Instruction
Los Angeles Unified will leverage the talent of all staff members to maximize the support our students
and families receive in an online learning setting.
• Provide professional development to support the continued development of the instructional leaders
 and teachers
• Support students with online small-group instruction with additional teachers and aides
• Classroom aides will be assigned to support teachers in the classroom and in breakout sessions
• Library aides will provide small-group reading activities
• Local District staff will support parents and students with technology
• Additional staff at school sites will support preparation and distribution of devices and instructional
 materials

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Sample
 online
 schedules

Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten
 Time Mon⭐ Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat
 Weekly
 9:00-9:20
 Assembly Synchronous Whole-Group Learning
 Synchronous (Social Studies, Science, Music, Art)
 9:20-9:55 Whole-Group
 Learning
 9:45-9:55 Break Additional
 Instruction
9:55-10:40 English Language Arts and
10:40-10:50 Break Enrichment
 Activities
10:50-11:35 Mathematics
11:35-12:05 Lunch On-on-one
 Tutoring by
12:05-12:50 Core Instruction Appointment
 English Language Development
12:55-1:25 Small-Group Support
 Professional
 Additional Instruction
 Development and
 1:25-2:15 Office hours
 Staff Planning
 Tutoring
 (1:15-2:15)
⭐ Times for Monday schedule will vary slightly
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Typical Day for an Elementary English Learner Student

 Morning 9:00-11:35 AM Afternoon 12:05-2:15 PM After School and Saturdays

 Student login and attendance Designated English One-on-one tutoring by
 language development appointment (online or in-person)
 Whole-group learning with
 teacher​ Whole-group learning with Additional instruction and
 teacher enrichment
 Student-teacher daily wellness
 check-in​ Small-group differentiated
 instruction
 Distance learning routines and
 norms review ​ Development of constructive
 conversation skills
 Small-group differentiated
 instruction Physical education

Focus on English Learners
Los Angeles Unified is committed to providing the best instructional programs and services to meet the
differentiated linguistic and academic needs of the approximately 100,000 English Learners (ELs), who
comprise approximately 20% of our student population. Los Angeles Unified educators foster an assets-
based mindset by knowing, valuing, and affirming their students’ cultures and languages.

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Typical Day for an Elementary Student with an Individualized Education Program

 • Students log in to Schoology using QR code
 • Teacher takes daily student attendance
 • Students have access to live and self-paced learning
 • Students are taught lessons aligned with Individualized Education

 ⛅
 Morning Program (IEP) goals
 9:00-11:35 • Support staff will provide personalized services based on student need

 • Students work in small groups
 • Independent work time for students
 • Teacher-student interaction focused on needs

 • Student support and office hours
 Afternoon
 • Support staff will provide personalized services based on student need
 12:05-2:15

 • Access to one-on-one tutoring by appointment (online or in-person)
 • Access to additional instruction and enrichment activities
 After School
 and Saturdays

Focus on Students with Disabilities
Los Angeles Unified is committed to providing the best instructional programs and services for our
approximately 72,000 students with disabilities. We will ensure that students with disabilities have
equitable, meaningful access to learning opportunities. Instruction will be tailored to the individualized
needs of students, as specified in their Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), to the extent feasible.

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Secondary (Six Periods)
 Time Mon⭐ Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat
 Period 1/2
 9:00-10:10 Additional Support/Intervention Period 1/2

 Period 3/4 Additional
 10:15-11:25 Additional Support/Intervention Period 3/4 Instruction
 and
 Period 5/6 Enrichment
 11:30-12:00 Student Support Advisory
 Additional Support/Intervention Activities
 12:00-12:30 Lunch On-on-one
 Parent Outreach Time Tutoring by
 12:30-1:00 Student Support Advisory
 Office hours Appointment
 Professional Development
 1:05-2:15 Planning Time Period 5/6
 (1:15-2:15)
⭐ Mondays are designated as Instructional Support Days

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Smart Start Resources

 To prepare our students, families, educators, and school leaders for online learning, the
 district has prepared detailed guidebooks for each group to ensure everyone will be ready
 for an exceptional educational experience on August 18.

 INSTRUCTIONAL HANDBOOK
 Online Learning and Hybrid Model
 Guidance and support for administrators and
 INSTRUCTIONAL HANDBOOK
 Online Learning and Hybrid Model teachers for the transition back to instruction
 in 2020-21
 July 2020

 FOR TEACHERS BY TEACHERS
 Playbook to Kick-Off the School Year
 Set of sample lessons, classroom routines, and
 FOR TEACHERS
 BY TEACHERS community-building activities for the first month of
 school
 Playbook to Kick-Off
 the School Year

 July 2020

 FAMILY AND STUDENT HANDBOOK
 A Guide to Support Learning at Home
 Guide providing all of the essential information
 students and families need to access online learning
 FAMILY AND
 STUDENT HANDBOOK for the days leading up to, and through, the first
 days of school
 A Guide to Support Learning at Home

 July 2020
 Link

 PRINCIPAL’S RESOURCE GUIDE
 Online Opening 2020-2021
 Comprehensive guide of resources and information
 for school-based administrators to prepare for a
 seamless launch of online instruction at school sites
 PRINCIPAL’S RESOURCE GUIDE
 Online Opening 2020-2021

 July 2020

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Preparing for a Return to Campus

 Why a Hybrid Model?
 We know that students learn best when they are on campus with their teachers and their
 peers. When it is deemed safe and advisable to reopen our campuses for instruction by
 agencies such as the California Department of Public Health and Los Angeles County
 Department of Public Health, we may do so in a hybrid model. This model would help
 achieve our goal of maintaining social distancing and reduce number of interactions
 between people to mitigate the risk of viral spread.

 Health Practices on Campus
 • Symptom checks and screening • Disinfect desks, tables, chairs, and
 other surfaces in between uses
 • Modified classroom layouts
 • Upgrade air filtration systems
 • Staggered start times
 • Require physically distancing (6+ feet)
 • One-direction traffic in hallway
 • Require face coverings
 • Frequent opportunities to wash or
 disinfect hands

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Sample Schedule – Hybrid Model
The following schedules are samples for what school configurations may look like in a hybrid model.
While no schedules have been finalized, these examples represent options that maximize instructional
time for our students and ensure responsible health and safety practices for all by reducing the number
of students on campus at any given time.
Pre-K/Elementary
 MON TUES WED THUR FRI SAT
 Cohort A Onsite (AM) Onsite (AM) Onsite (AM) Onsite (AM) Onsite (AM) Optional
 instruction and
 Cohort B Onsite (PM) Onsite (PM) Onsite (PM) Onsite (PM) Onsite (PM) enrichment

Secondary
 MON TUES WED THUR FRI SAT
 Cohort A Onsite Online Onsite or online Onsite Online Optional
 (alternating weeks)
 instruction
 Cohort B Online Onsite Onsite or online Online Onsite
 (alternating weeks) and enrichment

One-on-one tutoring available by appointment Monday - Saturday (online or in-person)
Cohort C: 100% online instruction available for students at all levels

Transportation
In a hybrid model, transportation for students will
continue with reduced seating capacity, following
possible recommendations from several health and
education agencies:
• Students may be seated one child per row,
 window to window, skipping rows (with siblings
 able to sit together)
• Frequently touched surfaces on school
 buses may be cleaned and disinfected daily
• Require face coverings for students
 and staff at bus stops and on buses

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Childcare for School Staff During Online Learning
• Supervised care for school-age children (TK-8) of employees at their school site
• At least 1 staff person for every 6 children
• Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Childcare in a Hybrid Model
• In hybrid model, K-8 students will have supervised care when not receiving direct, on-campus
 instruction
• Effort may utilize facilities in local communities (libraries, community colleges, parks & recreation sites)

• Sites will be supervised by Los Angeles Unified staff

Food Services
Prior to the pandemic, roughly 80% of Los Angeles Unified students qualified for free and reduced-price
meals, of which 19,000 students were experiencing homelessness and another 24,000 students were
in foster care. These numbers have since grown and food insecurity amongst families has increased
significantly. The need for food is evident based on the 50 million meals that have been distributed to
Los Angeles Unified families between March and July of this year. Los Angeles Unified will continue our
food relief effort until students physically return to campus. Once in-person, hybrid instruction begins,
we will ensure safety, including maintaining physical distancing during school meals, offering multiple or
staggered meal periods, and leveraging technology to enable families to order meals online.

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