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The LAUSD Family Support Fund
In light of the bus accident tragedy, LAUSD, Los Angeles School Police Association and the Friends of Safe School USA have established the LAUSD FAMILY SUPPORT FUND to aid those within the LAUSD affected by this tragedy.
Message from Superintendent Deasy: Regarding Tragic Bus Crash
LAUSD Superintendent John E. Deasy shares a message regarding fatal bus accident in Northern California Thursday night.
Supt. Deasy Will Hold News Conference at Noon At LAUSD Headquarters at Beaudry
All of us in the Los Angeles Unified School District are keeping these students and their families in our prayers. As we get additional information from the site, we will continue to provide updates. In fact, we will hold a news conference at noon, providing the latest information that we have.
Update and Condolences From Superintendent John Deasy On Tragic Tour Bus Crash
We have confirmed 19 students from 16 schools were on the bus tour headed to Humboldt State University. The high schools include: San Fernando, Grant, Dorsey, Fremont, City of Angels, Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools, Manual Arts, Banning, Carson, Chavez, Diego Rivera, Belmont, Wilson, Chatsworth, Jefferson and Middle College.
Statement from Superintendent John Deasy on Tragic Tour Bus Crash
2014 Graduation Dates
Seniors, get your caps-and-gowns ready -- graduation season is upon us!
Franklin HS Aca Deca Documentary on KLCS
“Late to Bed, Early to Rise,” a documentary that tells the exciting story of the 2013-14 Franklin High School Academic Decathlon Team, airs Tuesday, April 15, at 8 p.m. and Sunday, April 20, at 3 p.m. on KLCS. Watch Adriana, Alex, Susan and the others as they strive to go further than any Franklin team in history!
Board Business for Week of April 7, 2014
Check out highlights from the April 8 Board Meeting.
Proposed Budget/LCAP Recommendations 2014-15
The budget recommendation by LAUSD Superintendent John E. Deasy and his administration represents the fiscal prudence and beliefs in the just investments necessary to support the youth of LAUSD, which includes aligning with the new Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and the funding provided by the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Want to review the proposed budget? Want to provide comments on the proposed budget on our LCFF/LCAP website?
LAUSD Board Moves Closer to Including Student Representative
Members Approve Amendment Calling for a Report on Establishing the Position
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