SAUSD Reopens Learning Labs at 12 Campuses
Jan. 25, 2021: SAUSD reopened Learning Labs at 12 campuses Monday as a resource for students with some of the greatest needs. These Labs will provide safe and supportive learning spaces with reliable internet connections for students to access their virtual classrooms.
This first round of Labs reopened at: Advanced Learning Academy (4th), Franklin Elementary, Heninger Elementary, Kennedy Elementary, Lincoln Elementary, Madison Elementary, Martin Elementary, Roosevelt-Walker Elementary, Lathrop Intermediate, McFadden Intermediate, Willard Intermediate, and Santa Ana High School.
The district will open Learning Labs at additional campuses over the next four weeks to reach a wider range of students across the community. Eventually, 40 campuses will host Learning Labs.
SAUSD Continues to Roll Out Supervised Learning Labs for Small Cohorts of High Need Students
Nov. 16, 2020: The Santa Ana Unified School District is expanding Learning Labs to nine campuses this week, bringing back small cohorts of 14 or less students in a safe and supervised environment to access their virtual classrooms.
The District plans on opening more Learning Labs each week through December. Priority will be given to McKinney Vento, foster youth, English language learners, and students with disabilities.
The District is able to continue opening Learning Labs even under the state’s purple tier because they involve very small groups of students per campus, and strict health and safety guidelines are being met.
For more information and answers to some common questions about Learning Labs, visit: https://bit.ly/2UBuJWS
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