Blended Learning resources for English – Amplify Reading (All elementary schools) – Students log in with SSO and work on their learning path. Students should use the program for at least 25 min. per day. Login Instructions to send home with students: Login instructions – K-2; Login instructions – 3-5
Blended Learning resources for Math:Zearn – All Partnership elementary schools have full access to Zearn School Accounts. Students log in through Partnership Clever Account with SSO (MyMail Account or Clever badge).
The Los Angeles Unified School District will open 60 Grab & Go food centers on Wednesday, March 18, 2020, from 7:00 am -10:00 am. Four Partnership schools will serve as food centers during the school closure. The most accessible food centers for Partnership schools are listed below.Click on this link for a full list of food centers, address information, and more LA Unified resources.
Boyle Heights: Hollenbeck MiddleSchool, Garfield High School, and Belvedere Middle School
South LA: LA Academy Middle School, Nava Academy, Manual Arts High School, and Santee Education Complex
Watts: Edwin Markham Middle, Gompers Middle School, and Southeast High School
The Partnership team has compiled alist of community food resources for the three communities we serve: Boyle Heights, South LA, and Watts. The services provided at these community centers may change. If they do, we’d appreciate your help in updating the information by emailing us at email@example.com.
A group of people around the City of LA committed to our community’s health have also compiled a list of Covid19 resources. You can find the full list of community resourceshere. Below are a few of the resources on the list:
Everytable is offering meals to everyone. Food distribution for seniors who need food brought to their homes. Food is available for students. Food distribution centers that can distribute food to a group of people. If you need 10-10,000 meals, reach out to Everytable at (323) 458 – 6487. Find more informationhere.
St. Francis Center provides meal services, clothing closets, showers/bathroom services, and rental and utility assistance programs (over the phone) for homeless and low-income individuals in Los Angeles. For more information, click here.
Play-At-Home Playbook – a game guide that can be utilized to keep youth active at home during school closures.
Game Library – a series of Playworks games and videos that families can use to start playing at home.
Facebook Live Recess – #PlayAtHome LIVE streaming at 9:00 am, 11:00 am, and 1:00 pm (PST) Monday through Friday that allows students to tune in for stretching warm-up, and cool-down activities, and other interactive games.
UCLArts & Healing HOPE series offers free online arts workshops
Financial relief / Alivio financiero
Organizations that are a part of the “We’re One Family, Los Angeles” collective are raising money to help fund the basic needs of families in LA as they experience financial hardships due to the coronavirus (money for rent, food, gas, healthcare, etc.). To learn more and/or contribute, visit https://www.onefamilyla.com/.
United Way published apress release last week announcing, “Pandemic Relief Fund To Support L.A. County’s Most Vulnerable During Coronavirus Response.” You can view the donation linkhere.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is offering low-interest federal disaster loans to California small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Download applications at disasterloan.sba.gov/ela. Applicants may also call SBA’s Customer Service Center at (800) 659-2955.