Event Date/Location

Date: Thursday, December 3, 2020

Time: 3:00- 5:00 p.m.

Location: Virtual Open House
Zoom link will be provided in registration confirmation email. 


We strive to make all events as accessible as possible. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to best facilitiate your participation. Contact Frances Marion (she/her) at frances.marion@lausd.net for futher assistance. 

Schoology Group

Join the Standing with Black Students, Staff, & Families Schoology Group! Access Code: 8578-5XXH-W4GV5

Event Flyer

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Student Health and Human Services

We Are One: Standing With Black Students, Staff & Families  

LA Unified, like many institutions across the country, has taken up the call to examine and reckon with the impacts of anti-Black racism within our educational community. there are deep sustained efforts to expose and meaningfully address inequities at every level. 

This virtual conference is an opportunity to share and learn about programs, interventions, and initiatives in progress or in development, with the aim of supporting collaboration and expanding crucial supports. The format will consist of 20-minute virtual gallery walks that reflect the theme, We Are One: Standing with Black Students, Staff and Families.

Click on the Register Now! button below to begin the process. 

Event Details

Thursday, December 3, 2020, 3:00-5:00 p.m. Registration is free and will be open until the start of the event. Space is limited, so we recommend registering early. While we plan to host additional events for the broader LAUSD community in the future, this event is only open to current LAUSD employees. 

Salary Points/ CE Credits
This event does not provide salary points or continuing education units. 

Community Agreements
In order to create a healthy environment for all, we have developed some Community Agreements. By registering for this event, you agree to treat others with respect and empathy, understanding that your experience may be different than others. This event centers the lived experiences, needs and expertise of Black students, staff, and families. This, in no way, takes away from the lived experiences of other marginalized groups. We invite you to bring an open heart and willingness to learn. We reserve the right to remove any participant who will not adhere to these Community Agreements. 

Registrants must use the Google Chrome browser to register for this event. 

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