Return to Campus

WHA Community,

I hope that you and your family are well and safe. With the continued decline of COVID-19 in the community, we are preparing to reopen our school at the end of April. A Return to Campus Family Guide is now available, with detailed information to help you decide whether your child will return to school for the remainder of the semester or continue with online instruction. Please download the family guide here or on any mobile or digital device, and read it carefully.


Join us at our school’s COFFEE WITH THE PRINCIPAL on Monday, at 9:30 am (English) or 11am (Spanish) to review these plans. (Meeting ID: 965 0573 4147 Passcode: coffee). The presentation is attached below.


In order to help us plan for the reopening of schools, we need to know how your child will participate in instruction. A Program Selection Form may also be downloaded from the Return to Campus website. Please complete this form by Friday, March 19 for each child in your household. If we do not receive a response from you, we will plan to continue providing online-only instruction for your child. You will also have the option of changing how your child will participate in instruction every two weeks after schools reopen by contacting our school. If you have any questions, please contact the school at 818-226-2900. Thank you and stay safe.


In order to eventually return to campus, we all need to follow these “Safe Steps to Safe Schools”: 

  • Commit to healthy behaviors such as wearing a mask, keeping a social distance, and washing your hands.
  • Use the Daily Pass
  • Take your COVID-19 test


What’s the Daily Pass?

It’s a web tool used to schedule COVID-19 tests and get test results. It is also where you can answer the Daily Health Check questions required to eventually get back onto campus. 


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NOTE: Daily Pass requires that parents have a Parent Portal account linked to their child’s profile.  For Parent Portal instructions can be found here


For help scheduling a COVID-19 test or using the Daily Pass, please contact our school site or call the Los Angeles Unified Helpdesk at 213-443-1300. 

If we all take these Safe Steps to Safe Schools, together we help stop the spread of COVID-19 and get back to campus.


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