1. LAUSD MyMail Login Instructions

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    Here's how to sign in to your student email account.

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    • Superintendent's Annual Address to Administrators 2012

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      • 2011 Great California Shakeout - Kid Film

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        Every October, California officials set aside a day to urge residents to prepare for earthquakes. Hundreds of thousands of Californians sign up on line and participate in statewide drills. In offices, schools, homes and stores, many practice Drop, Cover and Hold On - the most effective response when the ground starts shaking. In 2011, MySafe:LA and the Los Angeles Fire Department organized an earthquake education presentation, and full-on emergency drill at Bushnell Elementary School. The objectives - to teach kids and their families about the importance of earthquake preparedness, and to give MySafe:LA, CERT and the LAFD a chance to train in emergency earthquake response. We gave a camera to 6th grader Kevin Verdugo, and here's his report from the field.

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        • MySafe:LA's School Presentations

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          Want your students to learn fire and life safety skills from the professionals? Invite the Los Angeles Fire Department and MySafe:LA to your kid's LAUSD elementary school. All you have to do is visit mysafela.org to contact us and request a visit. We'll come to school, teach students about fire and life safety and earthquake preparedness. We'll introduce the students to their first-in fire company. Kids might even get the chance to try their hand at shooting water from a fire hose! Contact us today. Your kid will thank you!

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          • MySafe:LA's School Presentations

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            Want your students to learn fire and life safety skills from the professionals? Invite the Los Angeles Fire Department and MySafe:LA to your kid's LAUSD elementary school. All you have to do is visit www.mysafela.org to contact us and request a visit. We'll come to school, teach students about fire and life safety and earthquake preparedness. We'll introduce the students to their first-in fire company. Kids might even get the chance to try their hand at shooting water from a fire hose! Contact us today. Your kid will thank you!

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            • Protesting the Mónica García Privatization Celebration Event

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              On the morning of Friday July 13, 2012 wealthy charter corporation heads, billionaire funded 501c3 "non-profits," and well heeled business leaders celebrated a "Decade of Corporate Education Reforms" courtesy of LAUSD President Mónica Garcia. Community members, students, educators, and social justice activists showed up on last minute notice to let Ms. García know that her tenure has been, and continues to be, unbearable to those suffering under her neoliberal regime of privatization and school closures. Several members of United Adult Students were on hand to remind everyone that García has stolen many students' futures have closed so many of our Early Education Center, Adult Education Schools, and SRLDP programs! The Chamber of Commerce was the perfect place for the chief school privatizer—Mónica García to join her fellow one-percenters, profiteers, privatizers, and poverty pimps, since none of them are about education, they're all about business and revenues instead. Joan Sullivan, Marshall Tuck, Angelica Solis, Elise Buik, Veronica Melvin, and a host of other charter school bandits were on hand to salute Eli Broad and Philip Anschutz's avatar. We're fighting back. http://www.recallmonicagarcia.com

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              • United Adult Students Summer Celebration

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                The student activists of United Adult Students (UAS) held their Summer Celebration on the last day of June 2012. Through their hard work and perseverance they were able to salvage a portion of their programs despite the fact that LAUSD President Mónica García and Superintendent John Deasy were hades-bent on shutting down all of adult education and many more programs for working class peoples. The students held multiple large demonstrations, gathered hundreds of thousands of signatures, obtained resolutions from many Neighborhood Councils, garnered support from many community leaders, endorsements from politicians, and so much more. Their efforts made it politically untenable for Deasy, García and the rest of the Anschutz Four to steal their futures. The Los Angeles City Council passed an unanimous resolution supporting adult education, and unsurprisingly Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa — who postures as an 'Education Mayor' — refused to sign the resolution supporting over a quarter million working and immigrant families trying to improve their lot. While the students celebrated, they also thought of all the schools, educators, and opportunities that were lost through the missmanagement of LAUSD's resources and wrongheaded budget priorities. They resolved to continue the struggle to use our community's resources on classrooms rather than creating revenue streams from Pearson, plc.

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                • Reform the L.A. Way #16 - School Transformation

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                  • AuthorsBeliefAynRand

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                    Eighth grade students at Hollenbeck Middle School in Los Angeles explain how Ayn Rand's beliefs are evident in "Anthem".

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                    • Humanitas: Nor Cal College Trip 2012

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                      We offered our services out to a local high school through a close friend of ours. We were allowed to follow them up to Bay Area and document what happened; the trip was awesome to say the least. Seeing some students who have never left the San Fernando area, students in awe from the campuses and eager minds, excited to see what's in store. After the trip, we visited Humanitas a few times to get follow up interviews with the students. They plan on showing this video to students who are interested in going on the trip. A trip we believe all students should be able to experience. **We would also like to thank teachers and students for offering video they recorded themselves; some had point and shoot cameras, iphones, and go pros. ***Music by Vitamin String Quartet

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