For resources from the California Department of Education visit their website here.
- Schools are closed for the remainder of the academic year
- Governor issued an Executive Order ensuring schools will continue to receive funding
- Schools are expected to provide distance learning and offer meals
- State has released funds for school districts to purchase protective gears, cleaning supplies, or use for distance learning or meals
- Long Beach Unified received $1.2 million
- Los Angeles Unified received $7.2 million
- UC and CSU will accept pass/fail or credit/no credit for high school courses taken during the winter and spring semesters
- UC and CSU will not rescind an admissions offer just because a student is unable to send a transcript by the deadline
- The UC and CSU will not require SAT or ACT for juniors who will be applying for college this fall.
- The College Board will offer AP exams online
Long Beach Unified School District
The closure of all schools in the Long Beach Unified School District will extend through the end of the academic year, or June 11, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. School
For the latest developments and where to get school meals during closures visit their website here.
Elementary students will not receive Achievement Reports (Report Cards) for the second semester
Students in grades 6 to 8 will receive Pass/Fail final grades
Students in grades 9 to 12 will receive Credit/No Credit final grades
Los Angeles Unified School District
Schools will be closed in the Los Angeles Unified School District at least through May 3.
For information on where to get school meals in the Los Angeles Unified School District visit their website here.