Here Are Some Resources For Students During The LAUSD Strike

A three day strike began today for the union employees from the Los Angeles Unified School District over wages and this has forced hundreds of schools to close.

Many families are being affected and below are some resources to help during this time:

Student Supervision - free student supervision will be provided at certain schools from 8am-6pm, click here for more.

After School Programs - select parks and recreation centers will act as after-school program centers for LAUSD parents for those in 1st-5th grade from 7:30am-6pm on March 21-23, click here for more.

L.A. Zoo - the zoo is offering free admission to LAUSD students along with a "Community Safari Day" for elementary students during the strike. Students will need to show a school ID, report card, school newsletter or similar proof to get in.

L.A. Public Library - the library will be offering many digital resources, which include online tutoring, homework help, e-books, access to digital movies, music and more during the strike, click here for more.

For more information, click here.

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