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  • Troubleshooting Tips for Students

    Troubleshooting Here are a few troubleshooting tips for common technology issues for students, such as how to make sure your device's camera is working for Zoom, how to launch Zoom on your device, and how to find the Zoom app on your device.

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  • How to Reset a Student's Email Password

    Resetting a student password:
    To activate an account or update a password, do the following:
    Go to
    Choose Student
    Select Activate your account or Reset your password
    Review and accept the LAUSD Responsible Use Policy by reviewing the document, checking the box below the document, and clicking on Accept
    Enter the student’s identification number (above), birthdate, and personal identification number (PIN)
    If you don’t know the student’s PIN, there are several options for you:
    Option A: The PIN has been mailed to you in a letter. When you have received that letter, use the information to follow the above steps.
    Option B: Follow the link at about resetting your password and answer some security questions that only the student would know the answer to, in order to activate the account and/or reset a password.
    Option C: Call the student's school for help.
    >> Find your school's contact information

    Option D: Call our Families Helpdesk at ‭(213) 443-1300‬ to request assistance, if your school has not been able to reset your password.


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  • How to Request Device or Hotspot for Your Student via Parent Portal

    Download this flier to learn about how to request a device or hotspot.

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  • Help with Getting Online

    Here are ways to request support:

    1. Find affordable service

    The City of Los Angeles is partnering with the California Emerging Technology Fund and EveryoneOn to help residents find options for low-cost internet services, access to computers, and digital literacy services.
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    The non-profit human-I-T helps connect families and community-based organizations with internet connectivity and affordable computing devices. Learn more at or send a text message to (562) 372-6925.

    Many companies are offering free or low-cost options for home connectivity. Learn more

    2. Contact your child's school for help
    >> Find your school's contact information

    3. Request additional support
    Call the families hotline 213-443-1300 from Monday through Saturday, 6 am to 6 pm


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  • YouTube Videos for Students and Families

    Help for Families YouTube: Help for Families
    Watch the Help for Families playlist of videos on YouTube for help with technology.

    YouTube: 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.


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  • Zoom Virtual Backgrounds

    Background Download LA Unified virtual backgrounds and learn how to use them on Zoom to brighten up your online classroom experience.

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  • Student Productivity Tools

    MyMail accounts are provisioned through Google and enable students to customize access to Google tools, including Google Docs, Classrooms, Forms, Drawing, YouTube and others.

    To access go to and log in with an LAUSD MyMail account.

    Microsoft Office 365
    LA Unified students can access the full range of Microsoft Office productivity tools (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).

    Go to and log in using your LAUSD MyMail account.


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  • Helpdesk

    For families: (213) 443-1300
    For employees: (213) 241-2700
    The helpdesk is open 6 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday for any questions about Los Angeles Unified and the coronavirus pandemic.

    Student & family wellness:
    (213) 241-3840
    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.