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All L.A. Unified Schools Open on Monday, December 11
 
Updated: Friday, Dec. 8, 2017 at 3:17 p.m.
 
All schools that were closed due to the wildfires will reopen on Monday, December 11.
 
The decision to reopen schools was based on improved air quality and the lifting of mandatory evacuations that affected school communities.
 
View real time air quality index information | View map of evaluation and repopulation areas
 
The safety of our students and employees is always top priority.
 
L.A. Unified crews are working through the weekend to install new air filters as needed and ensure that facilities are ready for teaching and learning to resume. Some outdoor activities may be limited until air quality returns to normal levels.
 
For independent charter schools, please contact charter operators directly for updated information. 
 
 
Daytime Programs for Students
 
City recreation centers around the San Fernando Valley added activities and extended hours on Friday to accommodate students of L.A. schools that were closed because of wildfires.
 
View a List of Centers with Contact Information
 
Note: Lake Terrace Recreational Center no longer available.
 
 
Keeping our Students Fed 
 
To help our families affected by this week’s school closures, L.A. Unified set up special centers where meals will be available on Friday and Saturday, December 8 and 9.
 
Students are welcome to receive meals at any of these locations between 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.:
 
Byrd Middle School
8501 ARLETA AVE, SUN VALLEY, CA 91352
 
Reseda High School
18230 KITTRIDGE ST, RESEDA, CA 91335
 
Palms Middle School
10860 WOODBINE ST, LOS ANGELES, CA 90034
 
We also want to remind families that many of those schools that remain open serve supper meals following dismissal.
 
 
 
Additional Resources Related to Health and Safety are Available
 
 
See live map of schools affected (closed schools denoted in red) 
 
 
from L.A. Unified's Division of Student Health and Human Services, School Mental Health
 
Wildfire Smoke & Ash Health & Safety Tips
from the South Coast Air Quality Management District
 
Safe Cleanup of Fire Ash
from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
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