Loyola High School has been closely monitoring information in response to COVID-19. To find information regarding our transition to campus plan as well as links to past webinar recordings, click the drop-down boxes below. Please check this page and your emails regularly for messages from Loyola and Principal Frank Kozakowski.
- March Principal’s Newsletter (Mar. 3)
- March Parent Webinar Recording (Mar. 9)
- March Parent Webinar Recording (Mar. 16)
- April Principal’s Newsletter (Apr. 1)
- April Parent Webinar Recording (Apr. 14)
- May Principal’s Newsletter (May 3)
- May Senior Parent Webinar – Commencement Info (May 10)
- May Parent Webinar Recording (May 11)
- June Principal’s Newsletter (June 1)
- 2021 Commencement Information Email
- Class of 2021 Graduation Page
Cubs in Action
Transition to Campus
This Google Map is a graphic representation of the approximate boundaries of the cohorts. This list of Hybrid Cohorts by Zip Code is your accurate assignment. Please use this list to determine your assigned cohort and email Principal Kozakowski with any questions.
COVID-19 Prevention Program (CPP)
Other Important Links
- January Principal’s Newsletter/Message from Principal (Jan. 8)
- January Parent Webinar Recording (Jan. 12)
- February Principal’s Newsletter (Feb. 2)
- Freshman/Sophomore Homeroom (Feb. 4)
- Class of 2024/Freshman Parent Night Webinar (Feb. 4)
- February Parent Webinar Recording (Feb. 16)
- February Parent Webinar Recording (Feb. 23)
- AP Exam Information Webinar w/ Mr. Gorr (Feb. 23)
Cura Personalis: One hallmark of Jesuit education is the care for the whole person (cura personalis), where they are at that moment in their life and what their needs are. I have talked about the isolation and depression many of us might be feeling as a result of social distancing and stay-at-home policies. Our national health crisis has heightened those feelings.
Out of our care and concern for each individual, we have set up a hotline email address for you to communicate any concerns with us: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let us know your concerns of a Loyola person or family in need, which will be shared with administrators and counselors as appropriate and kept absolutely confidential.
We want to reassure the Loyola community that we are being proactive and vigilant in response to growing coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns. We are closely monitoring the situation and taking the steps needed to ensure the safety of our students, faculty and staff, following the guidelines of the Los Angeles Public Health Department, the CDC and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health put out the following statement on March 10, 2020: “At this time, there is no immediate threat to the general public and no special precautions are required. LA County residents, students, workers, and visitors are encouraged to engage in their regular activities and practice good public health hygiene, as this is the height of flu season across the County.”
Help us stop the spread of illness by taking common-sense precautions. Please stay home if you are ill, wash your hands, use tissues/cover coughs. Never come to school if you have a fever and please consult with a medical professional via phone or email if you are symptomatic. We will continue to monitor the situation and will make appropriate adjustments in this developing situation. We pray for all those affected by COVID-19. Learn more on our Health and Safety page.
No one at Loyola has tested positive for the virus, nor do we know of any persons related to the Loyola community who has tested positive. However, we are monitoring this evolving public health situation closely. As information becomes available, the Loyola administration, faculty and staff will make decisions with the health and well-being of our students at the forefront of our response process. Below are some links to the most credible sources regarding the virus, which are being updated regularly: Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health, County); California Department of Public Health (CDPH, State); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC, National); World Health Organization (WHO, International)