To enroll your child in school, you can complete the pre-enrollment process online by visiting https://enroll.lausd.net for new students entering Transitional Kindergarten/Kindergarten through 12th grade. This website is only for new students and does not include students applying for a permit or other specialized programs (i.e. magnets).
Paper copies of the enrollment packet are available at each school if you want to complete the enrollment process in person. Contact the school directly for registration times and to determine what documents are needed. For additional enrollment support, email email@example.com or call (213) 241-3840 (option 6).
Instruction this fall will begin remotely to distance online learning. There are two basic ways students will learn: synchronously and asynchronously. Synchronous instruction is teaching that involves live interaction with your child’s teacher or other support provider in real time. Asynchronous instruction is teaching and learning that happens not in real time. This could be watching a pre-recorded video, learning through a digital program, or working on an independent activity. Online learning is available through your child’s school.
Family and Student Handbook
The handbook includes sample instructional schedules, information on how to access technology and log into classes online, steps for how to have a successful first week of school, free resources for extended learning, and much more.
Back to School Plan
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.
Student Resources for First Week of School
Students and parents, learn about what the first week of online learning for school year 2020-2021 will be like with our First Week Overview.
You can also download opening day checklists and watch orientation videos.
In an online learning environment, students will have both digital learning content and hardcopy, print material. Depending on the grade level, some students may have books that they can write in, and other textbooks will be hard cover that must be returned at the end of the year. For more information on District core materials, please look for "Adopted and Approved Instructional Materials" by visiting the Integrated Library, Textbook, and Support Services website.
The first day of school is August 18, 2020. Students will all have a regular schedule, daily live interaction, and daily attendance taken. In order to participate in school, students must have a computing device, internet connectivity, and learning material provided by their school and teacher. Instruction can occur whole-group, small-group, or one-on-one during office hours. Learning will be a combination of live (synchronous instruction) and independent (asynchronous instruction). To download instructional minute requirements, please click here: English / Español
Students with Disabilities
Learn more about Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), early childhood special education, instructional resources, and related services at our Students with Disabilities page.
In LA Unified, we currently serve approximately 90,047 English Learners, which make up about 19% of our total student population. All of the 90,047 students have their own story and their own journey, which embodies the diversity of L.A Unified School District.
Free Educational Resources from PBS SoCal | KCET and KLCS
PBS SoCal/KCET, in partnership with LAUSD and KLCS continue to broadcast programming and provide continued at-home learning, as part of the public media mission to ensure that all kids, regardless of their capabilities, have access to continued free educational resources at home.
Students in Pre-K through 12th grade can continue to access free, educational PBS daytime programming designated for each grade level weekdays through the following channels:
Pre-K – 3rd grade on PBS SoCal
Pre-K – 12th grade on KLCS
9th – 12th grade on KCET
The elementary student broadcast schedules will include trusted and educational programs such as Peg + Cat, Martha Speaks and Sesame Street. Middle and high school programming will include programs like NOVA, American Masters and Shakespeare Uncovered. Additional PBS programs are also available to stream on the KLCS website, the free PBS Video and PBS KIDS.
Student Success Cards
Los Angeles Unified students are automatically assigned a Student Success Card. That means they can use their cards to access all online resources from LAPL. They don't need the physical card, just the library card number and PIN.
World of Learning
Visit the World of Learning YouTube page to find YouTube videos for Students covering art, reading, career exploration and many more topics.
Visit the Los Angeles Unified World of Learning, where you'll find on-demand videos ranging from story time with your favorite LAFC athletes, a virtual tour of the Natural History Museum, and a virtual trip to the International Space Station with our partners from JPL.
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Student & family wellness:
The helpdesk is open 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. Please call for support with mental health, immunizations, health insurance, food & housing, enrollment, and more.