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Programs and Resources for Schools

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Mosquito League Education Program 

The Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District's Mosquito League Education Program is a free curriculum offered to third through fifth-grade students at all elementary schools within our District boundaries.

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The Mosquito League Program uses Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (S.T.E.A.M.) and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) to offer an engaging and interactive curriculum designed to captivate young learners' curiosity. Through hands-on activities, captivating visuals, and real-life examples, students will delve into the fascinating world of mosquitoes and their impact on the ecosystem.  

For more information or to reserve your next Mosquito League Experience, visit 

Resources for Schools

You strive to provide your students with a safe and healthy learning environment. We can help.

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Invasive Aedes mosquitoes are now found in much of L.A. County, and have become serious concerns on school campuses. Hidden standing water sources around campus lead to prolific populations of aggressive day-time biting mosquitoes.  This is not only disruptive, it can risk the health of your students and staff.

The U.S. Department of Education cautioned State School Officers to guard against viruses spread by mosquitoes.  We are here to provide the information you need to manage cryptic water sources on school grounds. See the resources below.

Zika and West Nile virus: General Info for Schools in L.A. County

School/Property Maintenance: How to stop mosquito breeding on-campus

Post Around the School: “Save the Day Super Heroes”

Post in Nurse Office: “Zika Virus and Aedes Facts”