L.A. Unified Family Resource Guide
Information on Attendance During Strike
We know these are challenging times in our schools and our top priority remains the safety of students, parents, educators and employees.
We are grateful to the thousands of Los Angeles Unified employees who kept our schools open and provided students with a secure and warm classroom and a meal.
We understand that many students were unable to attend school and are concerned about their report cards or transcripts. Be assured that Los Angeles Unified is not going to put our students in the middle of disputes between adults.
While state law does not excuse absences in case of a strike and students are expected to attend class, principals will work with students and families on attendance.
At the moment, schools will not be notifying parents of absences, but will continue to monitor student attendance and provide support to students on an individual basis. Student absences during the strike will not impact graduation.
If you have any questions, please visit lausd.net, or call our dedicated hotline at 213-443-1300.
Los Angeles Unified Family Resource Guide
This Los Angeles Unified Family Resource Guide provides information to help families and communities prepare for a potential strike. L.A. Unified is doing everything possible to ensure every student has access to a safe, clean and supportive learning environment.