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Here is a guide that containd a few troubleshooting tips for common technology issues.


Guide to Activate/Reset Password for Student MyMail Account English  Spanish

Day 1- Tuesday, August 18, 2020 | 1er Dia- martes 18 de agosto

Day 2- Tuesday, August 19, 2020 | 2do Dia- miercoles 19 de agosto


Grades TK-K: English/Spanish

Grades 1-3 English/Spanish

Grades 4-6: English/Spanish

Grades 6-12: English/Spanish






Instructional Continuity

Please click here for Free Online Learning Resources

Division of Special Education’s COVID-19 Resources for Parents of Students with Disabilities web page! This web page will be updated periodically throughout the week. We encourage you to visit this page on a regular basis to access supplemental resources to support your child's distance learning experience.


Virtual IEP Information for Parents     English   Spanish

ESY Information  English & Spanish

Los Angeles Unified and community partners have come together to identify an array of resources and services that can be accessed by families during this global health crisis. To find resources in your area, simply click the drop-down menu under “Type of resource” and click the boxes next to each type of resource you are seeking. Then, click the drop-down menu under “Local District” and click the region(s) where you want to access services, or click “Various” to see services in every region.

If you would like additional support accessing these services, call the hotline at 213-443-1300, explain what types of resources you are seeking, and a representative will be happy to assist. The hotline is open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.


Click here for Community Resources Site

Please click on the link below and watch the following videos for answers to frequently asked questions about online learning




Education and Immigration Resources for Families and Students



California Disaster Relief Assistance for Immigrants (DRAI) program and the latest details shared. 


DRAI is a one-time, state-funded disaster relief assistance program for undocumented immigrants impacted by COVID-19. The program will provide $500 in direct assistance to those who qualify, and a maximum of $1,000 in assistance per household. To qualify, individuals must be able to provide information that they: 1) are an undocumented adult (18 yrs. of age or older); 2) are not eligible for federal COVID-19 related assistance such as the CARES Act tax stimulus payments or pandemic unemployment benefits; and, 3) have experienced financial hardship as a result of COVID-19.    


Eligible individuals who live in Los Angeles County can apply starting on Monday, May 18, 2020 through the following nonprofit organizations: 


Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)

 Phone Number: 213-201-8700

Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)

Phone Number: 213-315-2659

Asian Americans Advancing Justice 

Phone Number: 213-241-8880


As of May 18, you may contact these organizations for more information about the application process and the verification documents required. Note that they will NOT assist individuals prior to May 18. 


Please note that this program is not being administered by the City of Los Angeles; if you have any questions, please contact one of the organizations listed above. 


Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Office of Immigrant Affairs continues to work closely with our City, County, State, Federal, and philanthropy partners to elevate the unique concerns and needs of our immigrant and refugee communities, to assess existing resources, and to address the needs of our most vulnerable during this challenging time


Angelino Card Assistance

Who is eligible for Angeleno Card Assistance?

Households must meet all three of the following criteria to be eligible for assistance through the Angeleno Card initiative:

  1. Households in the City of Los Angeles;
  2. Households with total annual incomes that fell below the federal poverty level prior to the COVID-19 crisis; and
  3. Households that have fallen into deeper economic hardship during the crisis because at least one household member has lost a job or experienced a reduction in income of at least 50%.

We will not ask for immigration status, nor is it considered in determining eligibility. This initiative is funded by private donations and is not a City program. Any assistance through this fund is not considered a public benefit and is not subject to the Public Charge rule.





Here is a link to this chart posted on Legal Aid at Work's website that can be shared.  The list will be updated on a weekly basis. If you know of a relief fund that is open to undocumented workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, please email the information to relief@legalaidatwork.org.

Aquí hay un enlace a esta lista publicada en el sitio web de Legal Aid at Work (Ayuda Legal Laboral) que se puede compartir.  La lista se actualizará semanalmente. Si conoce de otro fondo de ayuda abierto a trabajadores indocumentados afectados por la pandemia de COVID-19, por favor envie la informacion por correo electrónico a relief@legalaidatwork.org.


CHIRLA: COVID-19 Resources for the Immigrant Community - One Pagers Spanish   



The citywide Emergency Rental Assistance Subsidy Program was created by LA City Council President Nury Martinez, the City Council and HCIDLA, with the support of Mayor Eric Garcetti. The program will provide a temporary rent subsidy for tenants in the City of Los Angeles who are unable to pay rent due to circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For questions about the program, visit: hcidla.lacity.org

English Flyer










Families with children who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals and who do not get their P-EBT card in the mail, must apply online before July 15, 2020. The online application will be made available on May 22, 2020 in: English, Spanish, & Chinese.



The Low-Income Fare is Easy (LIFE) program provides transportation assistance to low-income individuals in Los Angeles County. LIFE offers fare subsidies that may be applied toward the purchase of Metro or any LIFE participating transit agencies or free regional ride options. Reduced fared TAP cards are also eligible for additional savings with LIFE. Once enrolled, LIFE benefits can be loaded onto your TAP card at any participating vendor.

Click here for moer information https://www.metro.net/projects/life/



To assist residential renters who have been economically impacted by the Coronavirus, the Mayor and the City Council have adopted tenant protections on evictions and rent increases in the City of Los Angeles.



COVID-19: Tenants & Landlords

What you need to know about temporary rent freezes and eviction moratoriums.



While all Los Angeles Public Library locations are physically closed, you can still access our online resources. All LAUSD students are automatically assigned a Student Success Card. That means that they can use their cards to access ALL our online resources, so long as you have your library card number and PIN (you don’t need the physical card).

If a student doesn't have a physical library card and doesn't know their PIN, they can email us to verify the student’s name, address and school, and we’ll look up their library card number and PIN.

Los Angeles Public Library Resource Page


Having trouble using your Student Success Card online? Try these tips!

  • Make sure you are accessing our digital items either through our website (lapl.org) or using our name, Los Angeles Public Library, in the e-media app. Our name is very similar to the Los Angeles County Public Library, so many people make that mistake.
  • Make sure you are using your library card number (including “SSC” with no dashes or spaces) and PIN, the last four digits of the telephone number in your account. It might be an older number than you expect.
  • If you still cannot log in, please fill out the form by clicking the link below for assistance.



Library Videos on how to access resources

Library has created videos showing step-by-step how to find resources for students and families on our website.  There are 8 short, simple videos, on four different topics in both English and Spanish:

  • Online Help for Students - Grades Kinder - 5
  • Online Help for Students Grades 6 - 12
  • How to Access the Library Online with your Student Success Card
  • How to Get Free Digital Access to Books, Movies, and Music for Students

Find them all here, in both English and Spanish.

Enter your address below to find your local food pantry. Note: Pantry distribution dates and times are subject to change.




First Aid for Feelings Workbook: Help for families and students to alleviate stress and anxiety and provide a sense of control during changing times.

English Workbook  Spanish Workbook

Governor Gavin Newsom today announced a new portal to help parents, including essential workers and vulnerable families, find safe, reliable and accessible child care options.


“Our essential workers deserve to go to work knowing their kids are safe and cared for,” said Governor Newsom. “They’re there for our families, keeping hospitals, grocery stores and schools open during this pandemic. We need to be there for them. Our new portal will make accessing child care easier by allowing parents to find options that are convenient and reliable for their families.”


The new portal is available at covid19.ca.gov/childcare and enables parents to enter their location and the type of care they need, instantly receiving a list of local center-based and family child care programs. The list of open licensed child care programs will include health and safety information, age of children accepted, capacity, availability, hours, and contact information for the program and local Child Care Resource and Referral agency. The Child Care Resource and Referral agencies can answer general questions, including those about child care subsidies.


The Governor has made child care a priority during the COVID-19 pandemic. On March 16, the Department of Social Services (DSS) released guidance allowing for the fast tracked roll out of temporary employer sponsored child care to ensure that child care services are available for working families in need while schools are physically closed. DSS is available to help communities statewide with technical assistance to set up pop-up child care programs. As of today, there are 432 temporary pop-up child care programs throughout California.


On April 10, thanks to swift action from the Legislature to pass SB 89, the Governor allocated $50 million for child care vouchers which prioritize children at risk of abuse, neglect or exploitation, as well as children of essential workers under 85 percent of the State Medium Income. An additional $50 million will go toward child care facility cleaning and provides reimbursements for child care providers to purchase gloves, face coverings, cleaning supplies and labor. Checks are now being processed by the State Controller’s Office and should be received in the next few weeks.


Today’s announcement follows previous announcements by the Governor to support essential workers and families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Governor signed two executive orders in early April creating licensing and contracting flexibility and expanding access to child care subsidies and after-school programs for essential workers. 


The City of Los Angeles Emergency Childcare Program



CA.gov Find Childcare https://covid19.ca.gov/childcare/


Asian Americans Advancing Justice – LA helps with a variety of housing related issues, with a focus on helping those who are immigrants or have limited proficiency with English. Tenants can receive assistance with eviction, landlord-tenant disputes, lease disputes, habitability, security deposit and other tenant rights. Advancing Justice – LA also assists homeowners who are facing foreclosure for reasons other than missing monthly payments or who are victims of loan modification or home improvement scams. Advancing Justice – LA will host monthly clinics in conjunction with local bar associations to address many of these issues, and to also connect the most at-risk individuals with needed services when faced with possible homelessness. 

Appointments are required and can be made through Advancing Justice–LA’s multi-lingual phone lines. See flyers below for more information.


Flyer - English

Flyer - Chinese

Flyer - Korean

Flyer - Tagalog

Flyer - Thai

Flyer - Vietnamese

Free Meals at Grab & Go Food Centers

  • Family Hotline

    (213) 443-1300

    For assistance accessing information on this page, you may call the district's hotline


Transition to Summer Learning for Families Workshop Schedule

  • Mental Health Hotline

    (213) 241-3840

    Call for a consultation, support & refferals