L.A. parents: If your kids went to school during the teachers’ strike, what did they do?
More than 30,000 L.A. Unified School District teachers went on strike Monday, but schools remained open and class was in session. Substitute teachers and volunteers were in campus buildings conducting lessons and showing movies.
If you are the parent of an LAUSD student who went to school during the teachers’ strike, we want to know what your child did all day.
If your child was shown a movie during the school day, tell us what film they watched. We may use your response for a follow-up story on how students experienced the strike.
The stories shaping California
Get up to speed with our Essential California newsletter, sent six days a week.
You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.