Update from AVUHSD
April 22, 2021
Mental Health Resources
After April 30th, the District’s mental health hotline will no longer be available. However, the AVUHSD recognizes the importance of and values the partnership with our parents/guardians. We are dedicated to serve as a bridge by connecting our families with community resources needed to support their mental health needs. If you have any questions regarding available resources please contact the counseling department at your child's school or you may access a comprehensive list of supports HERE.
Be sure to take advantage of our free individualized tutoring so that you can end the 20-21 school year well! You can access this service when you login to PowerSchool and click the ‘Resources’ tab and select “The Princeton Review Homework Help”. Hundreds of our students have raised their grades in Math and English and many other classes!
Lancaster High School Hybrid Anatomy
Caleb Parry, Junior at Lancaster High School, completed a sheep’s heart dissection in Ms. Murray’s anatomy class this week. This collaborative lab required the At-School students to take directions on conducting the dissection from their At-Home peers. Our students and teachers are making the most of this hybrid learning experience!
AAV KPrep Academy- Enroll Now!
We are excited to announce that Knight Prep Academy has been approved to offer 6th grade for the 2021-2022 school year! To enroll, complete the brief form HERE.
2021 STEM Expo
We are proud to host a virtual STEM Expo to showcase and reward excellent student work in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. All students are encouraged to enter and compete for top prizes! Student may enter in the following categories: Environmental/Ag Innovation, Invention, Reverse Engineering, Robotics and Computer Science, Rube Goldberg, Science Fiction, and Scientific Inquiry. Entry guidelines and rubrics can be found HERE.
To enter, complete THIS FORM by Friday, May 7th.
City of Lancaster SEE and BE SEEN Winners!
Congratulations to Lancaster High School Senior Melanie Martinez-Canales and Highland High School Freshman Isabelle DeFrancis on being selected as winners of the City of Lancaster's SEE AND BE SEEN signal cabinet wrap art contest! Melanie and Isabelle, along with the 14 other student winners, will have their artwork adapted and prominently featured on SEE AND BE SEEN signal cabinets across the City of Lancaster. Congrats Melanie and Isabelle!