Pasadena Unified In-person Programs Temporarily Suspended

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A student in a classroom donning a mask (Photo – pixabay)

Due to the surge in COVID-19 cases, Pasadena’s and L.A. County’s Health Departments have recommended that schools suspend in-person learning programs until the end of January.

By News Desk

By temporarily suspending in-person programming for just a few weeks, the Pasadena  Unified School District hopes to have a significant impact on reducing the rate of transmission of COVID-19 in the community so that they can return to in-person learning as soon as possible.

Starting Friday, January 15, 2021, the Pasadena Unified School District’s small group in-person learning programs will be temporarily suspended through the end of January. The last day for in-person programs is January 14, 2021.

This affects the following programs:

  • LEARNs K-8 programs.
  • Blair Viking Scholars at Blair School.
  • Phoenix Flyers program at Rose City High School.

What remains open

The Special Education Assessment Center will remain open as well as Grab & Go Food Centers.

This article will be updated as new information is available.

News Desk

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