Update from AVUHSD
December 17, 2020
Student Calming Site
We are proud to launch a new student resource: AVUHSD's Virtual Calming Room for Students. A collaborative effort by School Counselors Yuridia Bojorquez (EHS), Zahraa Charara (KHS), and Craig Cincis (AVHS), this Virtual Calming Room was designed to assist students in identifying strategies for managing their feelings and emotions. Consisting of mental health supports, mindfulness activities, guided meditations, live Zoo cameras, and much more, this website comes at the perfect time for our students, staff and families.
So you think you’ve got Talent?
The Antelope Valley Union High School District is hosting a virtual, district-wide, talent show for students. Can you sing, dance, play an instrument, act, rap, time-lapse artwork, or do you have another special talent? Enter Now! Video submission must be 1-2 minutes in length and school appropriate. Please read over the submission form for more details. All entry videos are due by January 15th, 2021 and must be submitted through the submission link below (please download the videos to your google drive first) -
All approved submission videos will be posted on our district talent website for voting - then the top 10 acts will make it to the “live” virtual talent show night on February 19th, 2021.
Monetary prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners.
If you have any questions please email TalentShowAVUHSD@gmail.com
Tessellation World Exhibition at MOAH Cedar
The Math Literacy students and teachers of Antelope Valley Union High School District in collaboration with MOAH museum are proud to present "Tessellation World." An exhibition that emphasizes the understanding of spatial reasoning, geometric concepts, and measurement in real-life situations that require problem-solving, communication, reasoning, and analysis of information and further deepens the connection between art and mathematics. You can see more student work by visiting MOAH Cedar HERE.
Student Support and Program Information
As many of you may know, funding for public schools can often be confusing. Many programs and opportunities come to our students based upon the household income information from the families we serve. Not only can students receive free or reduced meals, but they can also get fee waivers for the PSAT or SAT, free college applications, and much more. Please help us provide the best opportunities that we can for our students by taking a few minutes to fill out the attached link. If you don’t know the answer to some of the questions (like your student’s ID number) you can just skip those steps. Thank you for helping us provide the very best for our students! CLICK HERE TO BEGIN