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Per our district pillars, Wiseburn Unified School District prioritizes safety for all stakeholders on our campuses. Our all-encompassing health and safety protocols draw upon the best practices, recommendations, and required directives of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to maintain the health and safety of our students, staff, families, and community at large. Here, you'll find our plans for safe and healthy practices for in-person services and learning.

Safety Preparedness

This resource includes Wiseburn Unified School District’s preparedness efforts for administering First Aid and preparing for natural disasters.

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Incident Response

Wiseburn Unified School District is committed to keeping our school communities safe. Learning is only possible when our students and staff feel secure. To that end, we have developed measures to protect our school communities and respond to a threat at any of the Wiseburn Unified District schools.

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Emotional & Mental Safety

Wiseburn Unified School District recognizes emotional and mental safety's critical role in a child’s learning experience. The WUSD Psychological and Child Services Department welcomes the opportunity to partner with our families as we strive to provide appropriate programs and services that meet the unique needs of our students and successfully prepare them for meaningful and productive post-secondary experiences.

School psychologists at every site provide a full range of psychological services, including but not limited to conducting psycho-educational assessments, diagnosing specific learning, emotional, and behavioral disabilities, consulting with staff, providing counseling and social skills training to students, and other related activities as directed. Learn more about the Emotional & Mental Safety resources and tools available to students, parents, and caregivers.

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Quick Contacts

Emergency Contact Information

In case of emergency, please call 911.

For NON-emergency facilities related issues, please contact:
Director of Facilities, Maintenance and Operations
(310) 613-0954
For NON-emergency police / fire issues call:
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept:
(323) 820-6700
Lawndale Sheriff's Dept:
(310) 219-2750
Hawthorne Police Dept:
(310) 349-2700
Los Angeles County Fire Dept
(310) 970-7972