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Grant's Continuity of Learning--Expectations for Students

Given the extension of the school closures related to COVID-19 and the Safer at Home policies, Grant HS and LAUSD are transitioning to a more complete continuity of instruction program.

First, every student needs a computer device. We have distributed hundreds of Chromebooks. If you still need access to a device and do not yet have one, please email Mr. Simonian (norire.simonian@lausd.net). Moving forward, it will be imperative that students are logging on to Schoology and keeping up with course-specific requirements. While we had previously released grade level assignments for math, English, history, and science, we will now be providing course-specific requirements for ALL classes.
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Do you have a Chromebook?

On March 23, Superintendent Beutner announced that school closures will continue through Friday, May 1.  In order to continue our instructional program, we will be providing education following a Distance Learning model beginning next week.  Information about class requirements will be posted on Schoology and on our school website, granths.org.

I know this is a challenging time for our families, especially if you're worried that your child does not have a computer device to access online lessons and learning opportunities.  To assist our families, Grant High School and LAUSD are providing devices and internet connections to students who do not already have them.  Distribution will begin on Thursday, March 26, starting with our students in the Class of 2020 and followed by those in other classes.

Click here for the survey: https://forms.gle/NJUvTnnfE3Nvf8nD9 (logged in to your student's LAUSD e-mail account. Or, e-mail rlm9245@lausd.net and let me know that your student needs a device.
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Impact Notice: Comprehensive Modernization Project

As a part of the $175 million Comprehensive Modernization project currently underway, we are scheduled to remove 19 trees during spring break. (Overall, a total of 48 existing trees will be removed, and 99 new trees will be planted. A new irrigation system will be installed for new trees. We will follow all state and local regulations.)
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Grab and Go Food Distribution Centers

A reminder that the Los Angeles Unified School District will continue to provide meals for our families at 60 Grab and Go Food Centers located around the district. The centers will  now be open from  7 a.m. to 11a.m. LDNE Grab and Go centers are located at Byrd MS, San Fernando HS, Maclay MS, Verdugo Hills HS, East Valley HS, Romer MS, Van Nuys HS, Fulton College Prep, and Panorama HS. Should you have any questions, please call the local district at 818-252-5400.
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Continuity of Instruction for School Closures

In response to the ongoing concerns related to COVID-19 (aka coronavirus), LAUSD has made the difficult decision to close schools.  On Friday, 3/13/2020 , we sent home a cover letter with information and lessons for math, English, science, and history classes.  These basic materials will help with the continuity of instruction in the event of a school closure.

We also issued hundreds of Chromebooks to students whose parents expressed interest or a need. Those devices were sent home with the student and should be returned when schools re-open.

School will be closed at least until March 30.
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Students, need Internet access?

We are still working on getting Hot Spots to the students who did not have Internet access at home. However, in the meantime, some companies are offering FREE Internet access to students. Please click the link to get details.
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Continuity of Instruction

Lessons have been posted to the school website. If students have specialized classes, such as AP courses or honors, they should also check their teachers Schoology page to ensure there are not additional lessons. Click here to open the Continuity of Instruction Lesson page.
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