Driven by the urgent need to re-engage as many out-of-school youth as possible, the Los Angeles Unified School District is hosting its annual Student Recovery Day on Friday, September 6, 2013, from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
The goal is to identify students that are at risk of dropping out, and to re-enroll those who have already left our schools. Student Recovery Day is also an opportunity for schools to receive additional district and community support for their work with at-risk student populations.
The purpose of Student Recovery Day is to:
Re-engage students/families by providing resources and support to youth as they transition back into school
Educate the community about compulsory education laws and the impact of chronic absenteeism
Assist schools with recovering out of school youth with the ultimate goal of decreasing the dropout rate
Create a sense of ownership in bringing students back to school
Heighten district/community awareness of the number of students that have left our schools
Student Recovery Day's Total Results
- 3,082 Volunteers
- 13,067 Phone Calls
- 8,542 Home Visits
- 4,049 Students Recovered
- 2,622 Businesses Visited
For more information, visit http://pupilservices.lausd.net/student-recovery-day-2013
For a PowerPoint Presentation of Student Recovery Day 2013, click here.
To view a video created by LAUSD's Pupil Services, click here.
http://pupilservices.lausd.net/ Source: Martha Calderon, Pupil Services Administrator at (213) 241-3844