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As a result of the revised statewide “Safer at Home” order to stop the spread of COVID-19, in-class instruction will resume in the Fall! 🙌🏼

Although we will resume in-class instruction, we are preparing new protocols and modifications to our campus environment. Furthermore, we are preparing for the possibility that we may resume Distance Learning if “Safer at Home” orders are reinstated.

We are committed to providing each student with an excellent education – regardless if in person or remotely – this is why we will continue to invest in our digital curriculum and keep our families engaged, connected, and learning together.

We recommend you visit this page, continue to check your email, and Class Dojo for new information. Below is the latest letter from Mr. Paul Escala, Superintendent of Catholic Schools and School Industry Guidance from the California Department of Public Health.

Digital Resouces



Class Dojo connects teachers with students and parents to build amazing classroom communities. Teachers can encourage students for any skill or value. Students can showcase and share their learning by adding photos and videos to their own portfolios. And parents are engaged with real-time sharing of photos, videos, and school news while having the opportunity to connect in private with teachers!




Zoom helps us all stay connected and productive in a remote work environment. It allows us to virtually host conferences, webinars, and training sessions with our teachers, students, and parents. We are able to expand traditional classrooms with video communications, utilize resources and hardware families already have to expand learning and academic offerings, and increase student participation and learning retention with virtual and hybrid classrooms.



Google-BackgroundG Suite for Education is a suite of tools designed to empower educators and students as they learn and innovate together. Teachers can create opportunities for learning, streamline administrative tasks, and challenge students to think critically – all without disrupting current workflows. Students can work online or offline, anytime, and on any device with G Suite for Education. Often, teachers use these tools to encourage collaboration, creativity, and for one-on-one or whole-class instruction.


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Our Lady of Guadalupe School, Los Angeles

436 N. Hazard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90063
Phone: 323-269-4998

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Monday – Friday:
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.