Opening of School- August 10, 2020
As you may be aware, Governor Newsom announced directives for schools last Friday. Any school district located within counties on the COVID-19 monitoring list must start the fall in distance learning. This means that and all schools in the County of Los Angeles including the Antelope Valley Union High School District will open with the “At-Home” Distance Learning plan this fall. According to the governor’s directive, schools will be able to begin reopening following public health guidance indicating that their county has been off of the monitoring list for 14 consecutive days. We will continue planning for a return to “At-School Learning” as soon as public health conditions allow and adequate resources are allocated by both the state and federal governments for the safe return to school.
Our “At-Home” Distance Learning model will include regular attendance and participation in both live and prerecorded lessons and assignments, an emphasis on teacher-student engagement, daily interaction with peers, progress monitoring, grading, daily live interaction with teachers, challenging assignments, adopted lessons for English Language Learners and Special Education students, parent support, and ongoing professional development opportunities for teachers over the next month and throughout the school year.
***All returning students must update their emergency contact information by completing the Power School Enrollment process as soon as possible.***
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