In 2019, LAUSD chose Polytechnic High School as one of 17 LAUSD schools to receive the distinction as a community school. As proud as we are to have received this distinction, it simply confirmed what we have always known about our school. Our staff is deeply committed to not just the academic well-being of our students, but we are equally passionate about ensuring our students and their families are emotionally, mentally, and physically well. Our commitment to these values is demonstrated in the multiple programs and resources we have available to our school community, but more importantly, it is exemplified through our compassionate and hard-working staff who work tirelessly to put students and their families first. Now as an official community school, we can not only maintain but expand our vision to take better care of our community, and we hope the people, programs, and resources we continue offering support your efforts to be well and belong. Welcome home, Parrots, to your community school!

celebrating our achievements for the 21-22 academic year!

CS Annual Report 21-22 (1).pdf

read poly high school's community school annual report to celebrate our wins this year!

In what was one of the most difficult academic years to date with returning to in-person learning, navigating ever-changing COVID protocols, experiencing resurgences of the virus, managing our mental health, and keeping up with learning, there were many moments of victory we want to lift up as a community school. Take a look at Poly's Community School Annual Report for the 21-22 school year to see some of this year's wins. Highlights include:

  • Family Cooking Nights with Chef Garcia

  • Job Readiness Week/Job Fair

  • SEP @ Poly

  • Find a Tree Intervention Program

Check it out!

Click on one of the community school pillars below to begin exploring!

  • Poly's Academic Counselors

  • Poly's Health & Human Services (PSW, PSA, Foster Youth, A-G, Bilingual, Nurse)

  • Poly's Physical and Mental Wellness Partners

  • Family Workshops

  • Event Calendar

  • Community Partnerships

  • The Scoop Newsletter

  • Tutoring

  • Clubs

  • After-school Enrichment

  • College Access Programs

  • Athletics

  • Vision

  • Links to SLCs

community updates

Food and Housing Resources

Poly Local Food Distribution List.21-22.pdf

Local Food Distribution* (Eng)

Poly Local Food Distribution list.21-22.Span.pdf

Local Food Distribution* (Sp.)


Rent Relief* (Eng.)

Rent Relief* (Sp.)

Tenant Protection Act_Summary_01-2021.pdf

Tenant Protection Act Info. (Eng. & Span.)

Anthem Blue Cross CA Aunt Bertha English.pdf

Anthem Community Resources (Eng.)*

Anthem Blue Cross CA Aunt Bertha Spanish.pdf

Anthem Community Resources (Sp.)*

Housing Rights Services Flyer Eng Spa 9.2020.pdf

Housing Rights Center/Contact (Eng. & Sp.)*

Enhanced Emergency Shelter Program 18 to 25 Flyer 1 29 2021.pdf

Enhanced Emergency Shelter Program*


Grab & Go paused currently. Produce distribution still available on Wednesdays @ 11.


El Nido Family Services/Contact (Eng. & Sp.)*


Income Assistance*



Income Assistance*


Reclaim Our schools L.A. (3).pdf

SF Valley Rent Relief

(Eng. & Sp.)

DHS_DPH_Food_Distribution_Flyer_2022_updated 1.4.22.pdf

Fresh Produce Distribution

Wellness Resources

Champ Flyer English 10-26-20.pdf

QueensCare Mobile Vision*

Free Braces for Kids in LA County (English and Spanish).pdf

Free Braces for Uninsured California Residents!


Technology Support & Resources

Aesthetic Modern Fashion Trends This Or That Instagram Post.pdf

LAUSD Help Desk

  • Help w/ setting up email/resetting passwords

  • General tech support

poly help desk.pdf

Poly Help Desk

  • Request a device here (laptop or hotspot)

  • Assistance with student PINs

  • General tech support

Employment/Job Search Support & Other Resources

Job preparation/ Job search support via New Economics for Women (Eng)*

Job preparation/ Job search support via New Economics for Women (Sp.)*

Free Smog Repairs

Financial Assistance for Gas/Electricity Bills

Jobs Around Town *

Level UP - Flyer - LAUSD Jobs - ITST - 2022 03 11 A - Aprvd - Navigators.pdf

LA County Park and Recreation is Hiring!

Looking for a summer job? It’s not too late to apply for one of our many exciting part-time and full-time positions working for LA County Park and Recreation. Whether you are a college or high school student, returning to work or a retiree, LA County Park and Recreation has a position and shifts designed to fit just about any schedule. The Park Manager positions are great opportunities to build on your leadership experience, check it out.

Just want to work this summer, that’s not a problem, LA County Park and Recreation has many part-time job openings. Summer is the busiest time of year with special events, pools in full operation and many drop-in recreation programs. The award winning Parks after Dark evening event lineup will be offered at 34 parks starting June 16 thru August 6 from 6-10 pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. LA County Park and Recreation is hiring 170 Park Aides to support this program, which is a great job for someone just looking to earn a little extra money.

Thinking about a career in public safety, sports or the medical field, apply to be a pool lifeguard and earn a bonus of up to $4,000. Receive up to 40-hours of specialized training that can provide needed experience to launch your career pathway. Return every summer to work the aquatics program or stay on and work at one of the five year-round pools. Learn more about the upcoming swim tests and qualifications HERE.

The LA County Department of Parks and Recreation is a great place to start your first job and even to restart a career. Staff have the opportunity to work flexible schedules and work in some of the most diverse community settings with persons of all ages. If you like to be creative, collaborate and enjoy serving communities, our openings are sure to excite you. Come join our team and make a difference in LA County, APPLY TODAY.

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*These programs, events or activities are not presented, endorsed, recommended, supervised, approved or sponsored by the Los Angeles Unified School District. The District assumes no liability or responsibility for any loss or injury arising out of participation and is merely permitting this material to be disseminated at this facility because of the possible interest of students and/or faculty.

*Estos programas, eventos o actividades no es presentado, respaldado, recomendado, supervisado, aprobado o patrocinado por el Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Ángeles. El Distrito no asume responsabilidad alguna por cualquier pérdida o lesión que surja de la participación y simplemente permite que este material se difunda en esta instalación debido al posible interés de los estudiantes y / o facultad.