Information and Resources for Parents

Last Updated: 6/8/2021 10:18 PM

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Protective Factors for Schools as of August 2021

 

2021-22 School Calendar

 

Plans for 2021-22 School Year- Parent Letter

 

 

School Health Documents: Covid-19

Parent Update Modified Quarantine 

County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health

Daily Home Screening for Students

Evaluación de inicio diaria para estudiantes 

Health and Safety Protocols

Health and Safety Protocols Summary

Community Mental Health Resources

 

COVID-19 Resources

Info on how to get Vaccinated in LA

 

Public Health Update from CDC:

Emerging evidence suggests a significant number of people may be infected with COVID-19 who are asymptomatic and capable of spreading the virus to others. People are now considered to be infectious 48 hours before the start of their symptoms until their isolation period ends. This makes social distancing and frequent hand washing even more critical. 

LA County Public Health advises persons with or likely to have COVID-19 to notify all close contacts that they need to be in quarantine for 14 days after their last contact with them. Close contacts include all household members, any intimate contacts and all individuals who were within 6 feet of them for more than 10 minutes, starting 48 hours before symptoms began until the isolation period ends.

 

Physical Health

Vaccine info 

CDC guidance: How COVID-19 Spreads (4.2.20)

LA County Public Health guidance: What to do if I am exposed FAQs (4.1.20)

VaccinateLACounty.com (DPH)

FAQs: COVID-19 Vaccination (CDC)

Vaccines: COVID-19 (IAC)

COVID-19 Response Toolkit (CA.gov)

How to Safely Wear and Take Off a Cloth Face Covering | CDC 

Resources for Adults and Staff

 

Emotional Health

new information

 

Emotional Health Facts

Resources for Families on Dealing with COVID-19 

Preguntas frecuentes de los padres sobre el COVID-19

Helping...

Play Activities for Families

 

Child Care Support

LACOE and the LA County Early Childhood Education COVID-19 Response Team are making child care more accessible for essential workers. Families can access local child care by calling toll-free 888-92CHILD (922-4453) or visiting ECE COVID-19 Resource Page at lacoe.edu/childcare.

Child Care for Essential Workers

 

Additional Resources:

Virtual Student Zone | Los Angeles Public Library (lapl.org) 

Free Braces Just for Kids