The Kenya Life Panel Survey (KLPS) is a 20+ years longitudinal survey on health, educational, nutritional, demographic, social, and labor market outcomes among a sample of thousands of Kenyans who were participants in one or more randomized health, skills training, and financial capital interventions during childhood and adolescence. Respondents attended primary school in Western Kenya; many have since moved (and been tracked) around the country, and now reside in both rural and urban areas. We conducted phone surveys with KLPS respondents from April to September 2020 in order to understand their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. These surveys measured labor market activity, childcare hours, food security, migration, the home learning environment (including parent-child reading), knowledge of COVID-19 and social distancing adherence. Schools in Kenya were closed for most of 2020, highlighting the importance of understanding female labor market outcomes and home learning. Phone surveys were conducted in representative batches, allowing us to trace out trends over time.