December 6, 2017Emergency Alert
As of 12/6/17 | 5:54 PM | *List subject to change, includes Adult Ed & Career Centers, and charters
All schools in the San Fernando Valley and 17 schools affected by the Skirball fire will be closed Thursday, December 7, and Friday, December 8. This includes all schools in Local District Northeast, all schools in Local District Northwest, and 17 schools in Local District West. Links to complete lists are below.
Thank you to our members, for keeping students safe during these stressful days and for reaching out to UTLA — immediately and consistently — to share your serious concerns with air quality hazards. Your on-the-ground reports heightened awareness and gave weight to UTLA's call for the Air Quality Management District and other agencies to support LAUSD in this essential effort to limit exposure to the outdoors and protect student and educator health.
Be safe, everyone, and keep checking the news and the LAUSD website for the latest developments.
LAUSD list of affected schools
- List of Schools in Local District Northwest
- List of Schools in Local District Northeast
- Affected Schools in Local District West
- Adult & Career Centers & charters
Students and staff at affected schools should NOT come to school Thursday or Friday.
As of this posting, all other schools to remain open.
Students and staff at affected schools should NOT come to school Thursday or Friday. As of this posting, all other schools to remain open.
CTA disaster relief fund
Grants are available for members who have suffered significant losses due to the fire.
California Casualty Policyholders
The recent Southern California fires have already caused much damage and personal disruption for many families. They have expressed deep regret that these events are occurring, and we want to assure you that they are here for you during this critical time.
If you have an auto, homeowners or renters policy with CC and have:
- Been forced to evacuate your home
- Suffered smoke damage
- Suffered other fire related damage
Please call them toll-free at 1-800-800-9410 so that they can assist you as quickly as possible.
When you call, press 4 when prompted or remain on the line for an operator and you will be transferred to a claims specialist who can assist you.
You can go online to file a claim at www.calcas.com/report-a-claim
California Casualty is doing their very best to quickly take care of all of its customers affected by these fires.