Los Angeles County Public Health Department has modified the Health Order to closely align with the sector re-openings permitted in the State's Blueprint for a Safer Economy most restrictive purple tier. TK-12 schools in Los Angeles County may open for remote learning. Schools in California may not reopen for in-person instruction for grades 7-12 if the county is in Tier 1. Schools serving students in grades TK-6th may not reopen for in-person instruction in counties with an adjusted daily case rate above 25 per 100,000. Limited exceptions to this prohibition are describing below. Aside from these exceptions, TK-12 schools in Los Angeles may open for remote learning. During this period, employees, and staff, as defined below, may report to school campus for work in order to support essential operations, implement remote learning or conduct one of the permitted exceptions for on-campus students services or instruction. Schools offering on campus learning opportunities should also continue to offer 100% distance learning opportunities to families that prefer it. Student activities on campus are
- Day care for school-aged children and/or child care programs located in schools.
- Specialized service for defined subgroups of children who need in-person services and supports.
- Supervised administration of college admission tests, including PSAT, ACT, and SAT exams.
- On-site instruction children in grades TK- by schools that have been opened for full grade in-person instruction at any point when the adjusted daily case rate was less than 25 per 100,00 populations.
For more information please click the link here: Reopening Protocols for TK-12 Schools (PDF)