Hundreds of thousands of Los Angeles Unified students returned to campus from winter break Tuesday morning amid a record-breaking surge in coronavirus cases, standing in long lines to enter campus as administrators scrambled at check-in stations when the district’s health-screening system crashed.
The conditions, including staffing shortages, student absences, and apprehensive parents and students, tested the district’s carefully laid plans to open schools in the nation’s second-largest district amid stressful conditions.
Supt. Megan K. Reilly acknowledged the delay some families faced when the district’s Daily Pass screening system failed during the morning rush to school. Click here to read more: https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2022-01-11/lausd-goes-back-to-school-amid-omicron?utm_id=46298&sfmc_id=2420175