Update from AVUHSD
September 10, 2020
Accessing your Student’s Grades in PowerSchool
You have three options for viewing your student’s grades in the Antelope Valley Union High School District:
AV High School District App - This app gives you news, information, as well as your student’s progress. It is available on both the Apple App Store and Android App Store. When in the App Stores search for AV Union High School District and download the app.
PowerSchool App - This app ties right into your PowerSchool parent portal. You will get live updates on grades and attendance. This app is also found on the Apple App Store and Android App store. Search for PowerSchool. The district code is NWMZ.
Parent Portal: https://powerschool.avhsd.org This is where you can access all your student’s information from within PowerSchool. You can create an account using the Create an Account tab and filling out the information. You can get your student’s Access ID and Access Password from your school sites main office.
Positive Recognition Program
Quartz Hill High School focuses on positivity and acknowledges those who work hard to exude this core value. Despite learning at-home, their Positive Recognition Program, called "Quartz Hill Cards," continues. Kirolos Mousa, Class of 2024, was recognized by multiple teachers for his outstanding start and participation during At-Home Learning. He received prizes from community business partners including In&Out, Chic-fil-A, and Cold Stone. The QHHS office lit up with horns and cheer when Kirolos arrived for his reward.
The Positive Recognition Program at QHHS looks different, but the pandemic hasn't hindered their ability to encourage students!
QHHS is changing culture one conversation at a time. Since starting in 2018 they have distributed over 800 recognition cards!
Palmdale High School Agriculture and Knight High School Special Education Departments Team Up!
Cathy and John Calvert, teachers within the Agricultural Program at PHS are working in collaboration with Sarah Fowler, a Special Education Teacher at Knight High School, to deliver a series of real-world, relevant and interactive virtual field trips. It is exciting to see the level of engagement by our students, as this group of professionals brings the virtual instructional environment to life!