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COVID-19 Guidance and Resources

COVID-19 Health & Safety Protocols Booklet
Leaves of Absence
In an effort to support the well-being of employees during the COVID-19 crisis, the District is sharing the following resources (please click on the links below):
You may also call Human Resources directly with your questions regarding leaves: (310) 263-3200
Employee Assistance Service for Education (EASE)

As an employee of the District, you have access to the EASE program, a specialized counseling service that is:

  • District paid
  • Endorsed by labor and management
  • Staffed by professional counselors
  • Voluntary and CONFIDENTIAL


EASE Counselors specialize in:

  • Family troubles
  • Emotional distress
  • Drug/Alcohol Problems
  • Job Anxieties and stress
  • Grief, loss, transitions
Click here for more information: EASE
LA County Department of Mental Health Support for Educators
The LA County Dept. of Mental Health has created a new Wellbeing Line as a resource specifically for teachers and school staff continuing to work during the pandemic.
School personnel experiencing unique challenges as they continue to serve youth in LA County are encouraged to call if they feel like they could use someone to talk to:
  • Work through their own stress
  • Process student wellbeing needs and challenges
  • Find wellbeing and mental health resources for themselves and others
The Wellbeing Line is staffed with trained listeners 7 days a week from 10 am to 6 pm. The number to call is 833-307-0509.
School Employee Child Care
The Los Angeles County Office of Education provides resources to assist school employees with finding child care during the COVID-19 pandemic:
You may also call LACOE directly for assistance with finding child care for essential employees: (888) 922-4453
Guidance from External Agencies
Governmental and non-governmental entities at all levels have issued guidance relating to the safe reopening of schools for in-person instruction. Under the operative executive orders and 2020-21 Budget Act, schools must comply with orders and guidance issued by the California Department of Public Health and relevant local public health departments. Schools may comply with guidance from other federal, state, local, and non-governmental sources, to the extent those guidelines are consistent with state and local public health directives. 
The Centinela Valley Union High School District adheres to all health orders issued by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the California Department of Public Health. More information can be found by visiting the websites of these agencies:
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health:
State of California COVID-19 Information Website: