Author: Darlene Tieu

In response to the COVID-19 school closures, Mann UCLA Community School will be moving towards 100% online instruction starting on March 30, 2020. In order to access the curriculum, students need a laptop and internet connection. It is imperative that every child that needs a device retrieves a device at their scheduled time because the only way that a child can

Based on Superintendent Beutner’s announcement that schools will be closed until May 1st, we are moving our instructional program to100% online starting on March 31. To ensure that all students will be able to participate, we will be distributing Chromebooks to all students who need them. Schedule It is imperative that every child that needs a device retrieves a device at their

Schools will remain closed through May 1st and the district will provide additional updates well before May 1st on what will come next. Check the LAUSD website for the latest updates. Mann UCLA teachers are working on creating course work to ensure that students earn credit for this school year.

Be FUELED to Learn! LAUSD Grab & Go Food Centers: Los Angeles Unified, in partnership with the Red Cross, will continue to provide nutritious meals to all students. Each child can take home two nutritious meals.Free Lunch: Alliance Virgil Roberts Leadership Academy for ANYONE 18 and under from 8AM-12PM (3/16-3/27)Free Lunch: Alliance Kory Hunter Middle School Monday-Friday 8AM-12PMFree Groceries: St. Margaret's

Our school community came together to honor students at Mann UCLA Community School who went above and beyond during their first semester of the 2019-2020 school year. We officially inducted our Class of 2023 by presenting them with a stole that they will wear on their graduation day. We honored 8th graders and high school students who made the honor

Mann UCLA Community School welcomed Patrisse Cullors—revolutionary, author, activist, and co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement. Mann teacher, Mr. Marcus Van, invited Ms. Cullors to share her story with students and help them feel more connected to their identities, self-worth, and community. Over the course of five workshops with 100 students each, Ms. Cullors engaged them in powerful conversations around identity,

UCLA is celebrating its 100th birthday. As a part of the celebration, UCLA Advocacy recognized Principal Leyda Garcia and Principal Orlando Johnson for their dedication and commitment to serving youth through their work at UCLA Community School and Mann UCLA Community School.  Both principals were honored and received awards at the LA City Hall on May 22, 2019.