Virtual College Prep Workshop Series
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Moya (email@example.com).
The purpose of the Iceberg lesson is the following:
Core Competency: Responsible Decision Making
The ability to make constructive and respectful choices about personal behavior and social interactions based on consideration of ethical standards, safety concerns, social norms, the realistic evaluation of consequences of various actions and the well-being of self and others.
Sub-Competency: Ethical Responsibility
Ethical responsibility is the duty to follow a morally correct path. It is the ability to recognize, interpret and act upon multiple principles and values according to the standards within a given field and/or context.
As a way to further support our students with this social emotional learning (SEL), we'd like to share the PARENT LETTER that accompanies this lesson, as well as the video students will view in their AVID class. Parents make such a difference when it comes to student wellness and achievement -- family partnership in this venture is welcomed and appreciated!
Again, to view the parent letter, click HERE.
To view the first student video for Habitudes, click on ICEBERG.
If parents or students have questions, AVID teachers are the first staff members that should be contacted. Again, thank you so much for your partnership as we focus on our students' social emotional learning!
AVC Spring Semester Update
Remember, there has been no decision made for high school classes and the learning model for Spring 2021. We will get information out as soon as it is available. We appreciate your patience as we work through these unique circumstances.
Taking Care of Your Chromebook
Maintaining our technology, especially when it is such a necessity, should be a top priority!
Attendance has a direct correlation to student success. If you miss a high school class for an excusable reason, parents/guardians must call or email Mrs. Andrews to clear the absence: (661) 722-6509 / firstname.lastname@example.org and follow up with your teachers for assignments. Students should follow up directly with college instructors in the case of an absence. Although we are not on campus, we are still responsible for record keeping. Please make attending both your high school and college classes a priority!
Computer Mice and Headsets Available!
We Need Photos for Yearbook!
Yearbook is actively posting ideas for Yearbook photos in the Class Google Classrooms. Please take just a few minutes to ensure you're contributing to SOAR's memories by uploading your photos directly to this link: https://images.jostens.com/upload.jsp
Again, if you are curious about what types of photos Yearbooks is looking for, please refer to your Class Google Classroom, contact a representative from Yearbook, or contact Mrs. Jefferson (email@example.com).
"You're a STAR" Program!
Holocaust Art Contest
Please stay tuned for more information on upcoming parent workshops in the near future!
The AVUHSD Food Service Team is pleased to announce Saturday meal distribution at all eight comprehensive high schools. Each Friday, Food Services will provide all eligible persons 18 years and younger two meal kits that will include Saturday’s lunch, as well as Monday’s breakfast. Daily meal service takes place from 11:00 to 1:00 Monday through Friday.
Visit www.AVfood.org for more information or to apply/renew your lunch application for the 2020/2021 school year.
Remember, SOAR students have access to all AVC resources as well. For information on how to get connected with AVC's Learning Center for additional support, visit AVC's website.
Don't forget to be a STAR!
SOAR Stars are also life-long learners and self-advocates who solve the most pressing challenges through an unwavering pursuit of knowledge, innovation, and collaboration, becoming engaged and productive leaders in their communities.