Updates & Important Documents

Ivy Academia COVID Incident Dashboard
First Day of In-Person Instruction April 26, 2021
Positive Cases Reported From Testing - 4/12/21 0
Positive Cases Reported From Testing - 5/12/21 0
Number of Potential Exposures on Campus 0
Total  0
Last Day of In-Person Instruction June 3, 2021
This dashboard is updated, at minimum, every Friday by 4pm. 
Reporting a students COVID-19 symptoms or a potential exposure
Please contact our main office at 818.716.0771 and ask to speak with Vickory Steinman, serving as the Ivy Academia Los Angeles Public Health Department (LACPH) Compliance Officer.
Ivy Academia's approval for TK-12 in person instruction
On January 14, 2021, the State of California launched their Safe Schools for All initiative and information hub. This included updated, consolidated guidance for K-12 schools, the COVID-19 and Reopening In-Person Instruction Framework & Public Health Guidance for K-12 Schools in California. The Safe Schools for All framework replaces the prior elementary school waiver application and approval process, which is now permanently retired. However, all waiver approvals previously granted by LACDPH still remain in effect. Los Angeles County reached another milestone beginning March 15, 2021 when Red Tier reopening opportunities were first permitted in our County, which includes permission for students to return to in person instruction for all grades in all K-12 schools.
Click the following link to view Ivy Academia's approval for TK-12 in person instruction as of 04/18/21 by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/coronavirus/schools.htm#approved
On August 28th Governor Newsom launched the Blueprint for a Safer Economy system. This system replaces the previous State Watchlist and assigns a color to each county based on Case Rate and Positivity Rate. More information on this system may be found here: 
Current LA County Risk Level: Minimal (yellow) Tier
Current Risk Levels


Schools may reopen fully for in-person instruction. Local school officials will decide whether and when that will occur.


See guidance for schoolscohorting FAQs, and CA Safe Schools for All hub