Third Street students head back to school: Mascot, testing and on-campus learning greet K-5th graders

| April 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

PANTHER mascots and welcome signs greet students.

TEMPERATURE check line at the Las Palmas entrance.

As with other elementary level Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) locations, Third Street Elementary on June Street opened its doors to students on April 20. For those families who choose to have their children attend school in person, a hybrid model is being offered with both morning and afternoon cohorts. Remote learning will continue alongside the in-person instruction for families who opt to stay home.

SIX-FOOT MARKERS set the mood.

In order for the Third Street campus (along with all other LAUSD sites) to open for in-person instruction, weekly COVID-19 testing is required for all students and staff. A phone app called DailyPass confirms the status of the test upon check-in each day. Enhanced safety protocols, mask requirements, social distancing, increased custodial staff and mitigation efforts (such as new air filtration systems) are also on tap (aka mandated).

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