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Meal Service Update

We are excited to announce that we are now able to resume the drive-thru meal program where meal kits are provided to all persons 18 years and under as well as students who meet CDE’s definition of a mental or physical handicap.  Meal service will take place at all eight of our comprehensive high schools Monday through Friday from 11:30 am-1:00 pm.  Lunch and a “next day” breakfast will be distributed.

An authorized parent or guardian may receive up to six meal kits for children who are not present.  Please provide a child(ren)’s identification when receiving more than six meal kits.

Please visit avfood.org for more information or email us at food@avhsd.org with any questions.

We are excited to announce that we are now able to resume the drive-thru meal program where meal kits are provided to all persons 18 years and under as well as students who meet CDE’s definition of a mental or physical handicap.  Meal service will take place at all eight of our comprehensive high schools Monday through Friday from 11:30 am-1:00 pm.  Lunch and a “next day” breakfast will be distributed.

An authorized parent or guardian may receive up to six meal kits for children who are not present.  Please provide a child(ren)’s identification when receiving more than six meal kits.

Please visit avfood.org for more information or email us at food@avhsd.org with any questions.

 

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September is Suicide Prevention month and the Antelope Valley High School District is on a mission to prevent suicide by reducing the stigma attached to talking about suicide.

September is Suicide Prevention month and the Antelope Valley High School District is on a mission to prevent suicide by reducing the stigma attached to talking about suicide. Over the next month, through our Homeroom Google Classrooms, we will be sharing information, videos, and resources related to suicide awareness and prevention. We encourage you to view these resources with your child, continue the conversation at home, and help break the stigma of silence.

Please visit https://teenlineonline.org/parents/suicide for more resources on how to have these challenging conversations and how to better identify warning signs. Suicide is preventable, and we are all key to prevention.  

 

National Suicide Prevention Hotline:

TEXT 741-741 or CALL 800-273-8255

 

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