With the strike closing all LAUSD schools the next few days, parents are wondering where they may be able to get some help to keep their kids occupied and learning or if they couldn't get child care in time for them to stay home.
LAUSD is providing online webinars, instructional packets and supplies for students to use. There's a hotline for families, 213-443-1300 that provides information and resources to help families prepare for at-home learning during the strike.
For families unable to arrange for child care during the strike, selected schools are also offering student supervision options. The map below shows select elementary, middle and high schools where student supervision will be offered from 8:00am - 6pm.
There's a lot of other ways to keep your kids occupied too!
Libraries across the county are offering free programs and meals for students during the strike.
The LA Zoo and Botanical Gardens is offering FREE admission for currently enrolled K-12 students while schools are closed.
More than a dozen LA County parks and two nature centers plan to adjust their programs and operating hours Tuesday through Thursday from 8am-5:30pm to help students during the strike.
Parks with adjusted schedules:
- Belvedere Park - 4914 E. Cesar Chavez Ave.
- City Terrace Park - 1126 N. Hazard Ave
- Obregon Park - 4021 E. First St.
- Saybrook Park - 6250 East Northside Dr.
- Ruben Salazar Park - 3864 Whittier Blvd.
- Athens Park - 12603 S. Broadway
- Bethune Park - 1244 E. 61st St.
- Helen Keller Park - 1045 W. 126th St.
- Jesse Owens Park - 9651 S. Western Ave.
- Earvin Magic Johnson Park - 905 E. El Segundo Blvd.
- Roosevelt Park - 7600 Graham Ave.
- Ted Watkins Park - 1335 E. 103rd St.
- Leon H Washington Park - 8908 S. Maie Ave.
- Victoria Park - 419 Martin Luther King Jr. St.
- El Cariso Park - 13100 Hubbard St.
- Crescenta Valley Park - 3901 Dunsmore Ave.
Nature centers with extended hours and programs:
- Deane Dana Friendship Park and Nature Center - 1805 W. 9th St.
- Stoneview Nature Center - 5950 Stoneview Dr.