Antelope Valley School District

UPDATED 3/31/2021

It is with great pleasure we announce our return to in-person instruction in the “At School” Blended Model starting on April 12th, 2021.  We will be offering our students the opportunity to be on campus at least 2 days a week with virtual learning the other 3 days. Our students will continue with their current schedules as either an AM or PM student. Students that choose to come back to the “At- School” model will be placed in either a group A or B. 

If you and your student has chosen to continue Distance Learning, please disregard the rest of this message. We are committed to continue the “At- Home” model to families that have chosen this option. 

Group A students for both the AM and PM will attend in person on Monday and Tuesday starting April 12th. 
Group B students for both the AM and PM will attend on Thursday and Friday starting April 15th. 

Please see the schedule below.  We are excited to see our students back on campus and work together. Students and families that would like to continue in the Distance Learning Model will continue to attend class through the online model. If you have not filled out the Return to At-School Survey please take a couple of minutes to let us know which system you choose.  The survey will close this Friday.  Students without a survey response completed will remain in the “At-Home” Virtual Learning model. 
 Click Here for Survey

Only come to campus on the days you are scheduled. You will receive an email to your student email address by April 8th. If you have not received an email please contact the school.

new bell schedule

 

 

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In preparation for our return to in-person instruction, the District has acquired a new COVID-19 screening tool for all employees and students.  In the next few weeks, you will receive information to your school email account that provides directions on how to download the app and create an account.  The STOPit SafeScreen is a web-based, HIPAA-compliant, data-encrypted application designed for any internet-connected device or smartphone in order to ensure access by all.   Beginning April 12th, this app will replace the District’s current Google form screening.

While on campus students will be required to wear a mask and practice social distancing while transitioning to different classes. AM students will be able to pick-up lunch before leaving and will be expected to be off campus by 11:10. PM students will need to arrive to school no earlier than 11:15am.  If a student has an additional class either in the AM or PM will be allowed to continue the class for the 4th quarter. 


Students that are part of the “At- School” program may still login virtually of they are feeling unwell. If students are sick and unable to login, keep them at home and please call the site to excuse the absence.
 

Reopening Protocols for K-12 Schools: Appendix T1
The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health is adopting a staged approach, supported by science and public health expertise, to enable schools serving students K-12 to open safely. In addition, to the conditions imposed on schools by the State Public Health Officer and the California Department of Education, schools must also be in compliance with these employee and student safety and infection control protocols. You will find our Reopening Protocols on our website for under the K-12 Schools: Appendix T1.


The District is committed to offering a full-time “At-Home Learning” option for families who do not want their students to return to “At-School” in-person instruction at this time. 
 

Current Bell Schedule for Distance Learning. (Ends April 9th)

at home schedule