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Student LAUSD E-mail/Schoology Password Reset

Log-on to mylogin.lausd.net

  • Select Student
  • Select Activate your account or reset your password
  • Read the LAUSD Acceptable Use Policy and and check the box at the bottom and select the Accept button
  • Provide your District id *
  • Provide your Birthdate
  • Provide your Student PIN *

* Your teacher may be able to provide this information or contact m.thompson@lausd.net or klew@lausd.net

* You can also contact LAUSD at 213-241-5200 and press #8 for information to reset your password

Parent Portal PIN

Parents/Guardians can request their Parent Portal PIN by calling the LAUSD Help Desk Number at (213) 241-5200. The LAUSD Staff Member will assist them in obtaining their PIN by connecting with them through Zoom or Skype to obtain the Parent/Guardian ID verification.  Parents/Guardians may use any of the following forms of ID for verification: CA Driver's License, CA ID card, Passport or Consulate Card.
 

LAUSD Technology Resources for Families

 

Charter Spectrum is providing free internet service to families of K-12 stu- dents. No income or other eligibility required. call 844-488-8395 to learn more.

Comcast is offering similar services to households as an expansion of its Internet Essentials program. Learn more by calling 855-846-8376.

The non-profit human-I-T helps connect families and community-based organizations with internet connectivity and affordable computing devices. Learn more at hitconnect.org or send a text message to (562) 372-6925.

The City of Los Angeles is partnering with the California Emerging Tech- nology Fund and EveryoneOn to help residents find options for low-cost internet services, access to computers, and digital literacy services. Call (877) 947-4321 to learn more.

AT&T is offering two months free for new customers and lifting data caps on existing customers. Call 844-886-4258.

T Mobile is offering 20GB of hotspot data for existing customers for the next 60 days. Call 800-937-8997 to learn more.

Visit commonsense.org for resources for families to help students with media and technology choices.  The Common Sense Media section provides ratings and reviews to help identify what is appropriate for different ages/grade levels to watch.