Update from AVUHSD

April 8, 2021

Return to In-Person Instruction

We are excited to welcome students to campus on Monday, April 12 for in-person instruction! All students electing to return for in-person instruction have been assigned to either an A or B Group. Students can find their group in their PowerSchool ONLINE (not in the app) under "grades and attendance." Next to the name, you will see either Group A or Group B.



  • A Group/Cohort will attend in-person on Mondays and Tuesdays from 7:30 am to 12:00 pm.


  • B Group/Cohort will attend in-person on Thursdays and Fridays from 7:30 to 12:00 pm.


  • Both A and B Group/Cohort will participate at-home, online on Wednesdays.


Students electing to remain learning at-home are noted in Powerschool as Group/Cohort C. These students will continue to learn virtually Monday through Friday. There will be no change to these students' schedules.


If you have questions about your student’s program, please contact your school office. Contact information can be found on each school’s website.

STOP-it Safe Screening

As a reminder, all students attending in-person instruction must complete a self-screening assessment on the STOPit website prior to entering the campus. Your student received information to their school email account that provides directions on how to access the website and create an account. Students will be asked to show their screening pass as they enter campus for in-person instruction. If you have questions or need support creating your student’s account, please contact your school’s administration.


The STOPit SafeScreen is a web-based, HIPAA-compliant, data-encrypted application designed for any internet-connected device or smartphone in order to ensure access by all.

First Day of In-Person School Pictures

We’d love to see your student’s first day of in-person school pictures & feature them in our social media and future updates! Please send your picture, along with your student’s name and school to info@avhsd.org.

Student Services Resource Booklet

All students within the Antelope Valley Union High School District are supported by staff members, teachers, school counselors, school psychologists, student support mentors, and other mental health staff that specifically support the students’ mental and social-emotional well-being. The Antelope Valley Union High School District’s Comprehensive plan includes a Multi-Tiered System of Support framework to best support all our students’ needs.


Summer School

AVUHSD will offer Summer School from July 1st to July 28th. While we are still working out the final details, we plan to ensure that students have a variety of options for how they will attend and participate in the summer session, including both virtual and in-person courses. Additional information will be provided in the coming weeks.

Knight Prep Academy Seeking Interest for Incoming 6th Graders

On Wednesday, April 21, the AVUHSD Board of Trustees will consider a proposal to add sixth grade to the Academies of the Antelope Valley Charter. If approved, the District intends to offer sixth grade at Knight Preparatory Academy for the 21-22 school year. Let us know you’re interested HERE.

Out of State or Country Travel Quarantine

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health recently updated its travel quarantine guidelines. The travel quarantine restrictions apply to students and staff alike. If you have traveled outside of the state or country, please review the travel quarantine guidelines HERE.