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June 12, 2020 

6th Grade Parade Route

9:30am - 12:30pm
 
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Directions:
Start: Behind the school on Abbott
Go Southbound on Mallison, Right on Alma Ave, and Left on Ruth Ave

For more information, please contact the following teachers:

Mrs. Soto @ rsoto@mylusd.org
 
 
Mrs. Siegel @ tsiegel@mylusd.org

Phone: (310) 603 - 1511

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Parent Survey

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🚨 Attention parents/families of *incoming* students:

Join us at our 6th Grade Parent Meeting!

Please RSVP by clicking the following link: bit.ly/6thGrMtgLMS

See you then! #WeAreLynwood 

 

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*** Information ***

COVID-19 GUIDANCE (Click on blue links)

Home Quarantine

Home Isolation 

Social Distancing

MENTAL HEALTH

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Mental health resources from the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. 

FREE MEALS

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We are continuing to provide food services to the community, ages, 1-18, at five school sites. The city of Lynwood is also providing meals. 
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LIVE SUPPORT HOTLINE

For questions about your child or simply emotional reassurance, we're here to help! A live person will answer your call at 310-635-8837

  

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SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:

  • LUSD Student & Family Support Hotline: 310-635-8837
  • LA County Department of Mental Health: 800-854-7771
  • LUSD General Information Hotline: 310-635-2807
  • LA County Health and Human Services Referrals (assistance for health, food, senior citizen services, crisis services): 211 or 800-339-6993

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For further information you can contact the

Lynwood Unified District at (310) 886 - 1600 or follow the link.   >>>

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***  School Update  ***

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Roosevelt Unified Community,

We want to inform you that our school will remain closed for the rest of the school year based on the recommendation of state leaders to keep our communities safe through social distancing and Shelter in Place.

Please read the full letter from the Superintendent HERE
Find CDC Updates HERE


Sincerely, 

Gudiel R. Crosthwaite

Superintendent

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