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02.16.2020

COVID-19 Communications

Covid-19 Communications

Note: We will regularly update this page regarding our response to the coronavirus pandemic, including modified operations and reopening plans.

COVID-19 Safety and Prevention Program

COVID-19 School Guidance Checklist

Reopening Protocols

iLEAD Family Resource Helpline

iLEAD Antelope Valley Family Resource HelplineWe want to thank you for all you do for your children. Our lives have been shaken and changed by the COVID-19 pandemic. No matter what you’re feeling and experiencing, we want you to know you are not alone. Though we’re separated by physical distance, we’re here for you and united in our mission to serve our learners, families, and one another.

To strengthen our sense of community and provide an opportunity to communicate honestly throughout this time, we launched the iLEAD Family Resource helpline available to you, toll-free, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Dial 833-610-0700.

2020-21 School Year Communications from iLEAD

Child Care

COVID-19-Child-Care-Support

California Childcare Resource and Referral Network

Free Breakfast and Lunch for All Children

Through the Summer Seamless Program, we are providing meals for all children up to 18 years of age at no charge. You do not need to be an enrolled learner in order to receive free meals. Each child will receive one grab-and-go breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday except on school holidays. Each Friday we also serve free grab-and-go meals to take home for Saturday and Sunday as well. Children need not be present to pick up.

While our site is closed, school meals are grab-and-go with minimal contact and may not be consumed on-site. Breakfast and lunch are served together at the front gate (2110 W. Avenue K, Lancaster, CA) Monday through Friday. Breakfast is served from 9-11 AM and lunch from 1:30-3:30 PM. For your protection and ours, please wear a cloth face covering when picking up meals.

Pautas de seguridad alimentaria

iLEAD Distance Learning Instructions

Below you will find information about tech tools necessary for distance learning: Student Email, PowerSchool, and Zoom. If you need any support, please submit a Tech Ticket.

1. Student Email

If you are a returning learner, your school email and password from last year has not changed, and you can log into your email at https://mail.google.com/.

If you are a new learner, your facilitator will be able to provide you with your new email address, or you may submit a Tech Ticket and our technology team can assist you.

An email is not required to log into Zoom.

2. PowerSchool Account Instructions

Click HERE for PowerSchool learner and family training.

Starting Tuesday, August 25, you may log into your account. There will be a PowerSchool video orientation available Monday on your school’s website if you need additional support.

Please wait until Tuesday to log in.

Starting Tuesday, you should have access to your courses. Your facilitator will contact you through PowerSchool with a welcome announcement and instructions on how to get started.

  • Your courses are located here: ilead online.learning.powerschool.com.
  • Please bookmark this page on your child’s browser. You can access PowerSchool Learning on a desktop, laptop, tablet, or phone. To download the learning app for Apple, click HERE.
  • Please log into your new account and bookmark this domain to access your courses.

Your username:  Firstname.Lastname or firstname.lastname

Your temporary password: changeme (for new learners only)

Note: if you are a returning learner, your password has not changed.

If you need any assistance logging in, please submit a Tech Ticket.

Do not use the Google log-in option. Scroll down to see the example below.

3. Zoom
Zoom Cheat-Sheet for Parents and Caregivers
Zoom Camera Tips for Learners

Please click HERE to visit our Knowledge Base of tips and tutorials.

Please click HERE for technical support.

Technology and Free/Low-Cost Internet

We would like to ensure that all learners have access to our online learning platforms. If you do not have access to a technology device at home, please contact your child’s facilitator.

AT&T and Spectrum are offering free or low-cost home internet service, should you need it.

Online Learning Quick Tips!

5 Ways to Set Up for Online Learning Success!

Organizing Your Remote Learning Schedule

Class Schedule & Free Learning Resources


Additional School-at-Home Support from iLEAD Schools

Click below to access Home Schooling Answers, brought to you by the iLEAD team:


Helpful Resources for Families During the Coronavirus Pandemic


2019-20 School Year Communications from iLEAD

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