- After an academic year hampered by the pandemic, many districts started offering more robust summer school. The programs can be explored using the state's database.
- Through the spring most school districts reported their status every two weeks. When the school year ended, many stopped providing their reopening plans. This page will no longer update but may revive in the future.
How many students can return?
Schools rapidly opened their doors for instruction in April, with nearly 90% of public school districts returning to in-person or a hybrid instruction.
Can students return?
Many students are staying at home
Despite most districts offering students the option to come back to school, many are opting to stay at home. In districts like Los Angeles Unified, students in areas less affected by COVID-19 are returning at higher rates.
Have students returned?
Some areas have more students back in school
Students are choosing to return to campuses at a higher rate in the state's rural northern counties — especially in the upper grade levels.
Look up your school district
Look up a school district and its opening status for elementary and secondary schools. Districts safety plans are hyperlinked in the table below.Enrollment figures do not include charter schools that may fall within district boundaries. Districts without reopening status on the CDPH website are not included.