Antelope Valley School District

2020-2021 Technology Needs

Parents, as we plan for next school year, we need to know your child's technology needs. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey link:  https://tinyurl.com/2021TechNeeds  

 

2020-2021 Learning Model Update

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Learning Model Update

July 9, 2020

Learning Model Option Selection Form

Below you will find sample bell schedules for the learning models shared in our most recent communication.

Using THIS FORM, please select the learning model that will best meet the needs of your student(s). If no selection is made, your student will automatically be placed in the At-School Learning model.

Please submit your request by July 17, 2020. The form is available in the link above, on the District app and website, as well as posted on the District’s Facebook and Instagram pages.

To find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions (FAQ) related to the start of school on August 10, 2020 please use THIS LINK.

Sample Daily Schedules by Learning Model

Sample Daily Schedules by Learning Model

In an effort to help you make the best choice for your student, below you will find sample schedules for “At-School Learning” and the Distance Learning option of “At-Home Learning”. Please note that the start, end, and break/lunch times are subject to change.

At-School Learning- Blended Model

In the “At-School Learning” Blended Model depicted below, students will be assigned to either Group A or Group B. Group A students will attend school physically on Mondays and Tuesdays. Group B students will attend school physically on Thursdays and Fridays. We understand that several families have younger siblings attending neighboring districts, and while we cannot guarantee the coordination of schedules, we will do our best.

 

As an example, a Group A student’s week would include:

  • Attend 3 classes on Monday (Periods 1, 2, 3) in person with their assigned teacher

  • Attend 3 classes on Tuesday (Periods 4, 5, 6) in person with their assigned teacher

  • Students will be provided a “Grab and Go” lunch as they leave campus for that day.

  • On Wednesday, students will log on to their Google classroom for all 6 classes to receive instruction/ tasks for that day.

  • On Thursdays, students will have online access to Periods 1, 2, and 3 from home.

    • Teachers will either live-stream their in-person classroom or provide a pre-recorded version of their lesson for the day.

    • Assignments will be posted in the Google classroom.

  • On Fridays, students will have online access to Periods 4, 5, and 6 from home.

    • Teachers will either live-stream their in-person classroom or provide a pre-recorded version of their lesson for the day.

    • Assignments will be posted in the Google classroom.

  • On Wednesday- Friday, students will be able to receive meal service through the “Grab and Go” style of service we have hosted throughout the physical closures of our campuses.

Group B students will participate virtually on Mondays and Tuesdays. They will log into their Google classrooms on Wednesday for instruction. On Thursdays and Fridays, students will attend classes in-person with their assigned teachers.

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At-Home Learning- Distance Model

In the At-Home Learning model shown below, students would receive all instruction/assignments virtually. Students will be assigned to a group (Group A or B) solely for the purpose of allowing a seamless transition should preferences change to an “At-School Learning Model”.

As an example, an “At-Home Learning” student’s week would include:

  • On Mondays and Thursdays, students will have online access to Periods 1, 2, and 3 from home.

    • Teachers will either live-stream their in-person classroom or provide a pre-recorded version of their lesson for the day.

    • Assignments will be posted in the Google classroom.

  • On Tuesdays and Fridays, students will have online access to Periods 4, 5, and 6 from home.

    • Teachers will either live-stream their in-person classroom or provide a pre-recorded version of their lesson for the day.

    • Assignments will be posted in the Google classroom.

  • On Wednesday, students will log on to their Google classroom for all 6 classes to receive instruction/ tasks for that day

  • Monday through Friday, students will be able to receive meal service through the “Grab and Go” style of service we have hosted throughout the physical closures of our campuses.

  • For students receiving special education services, an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) meeting must be held to determine the appropriateness of this learning model. Additional information is forthcoming.

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Special Education- Resource (Study Skills) At-School Model

Students receiving special education services in the Resource (Study Skills) setting are scheduled to attend school in-person two (2) days per week.

An example of a Group A Resource (Study Skills) student’s week would include:

  • Attend 3 classes on Monday (Periods 1, 2, 3) in person with their assigned teacher

  • Attend 3 classes on Tuesday (Periods 4, 5, 6) in person with their assigned teacher

  • Students will be provided lunch on-campus.

  • At the conclusion of the lunch period, students will attend an 80-minute class period with their case carrier to receive special education support as designated in their Individualized Education Plan (IEP).

  • On Wednesday, students will log on to their Google classroom for all 6 classes to receive instruction/ tasks for that day

  • On Thursdays, students will have online access to Periods 1, 2, and 3 from home.

    • Teachers will either live-stream their in-person classroom or provide a pre-recorded version of their lesson for the day.

    • Assignments will be posted in the Google classroom.

  • On Fridays, students will have online access to Periods 4, 5, and 6 from home.

    • Teachers will either live-stream their in-person classroom or provide a pre-recorded version of their lesson for the day.

    • Assignments will be posted in the Google classroom.

  • On Wednesday- Friday, students will be able to receive meal service through the “Grab and Go” style of service we have hosted throughout the physical closures of our campuses.

Group B students will participate virtually on Mondays and Tuesdays. They will log into their Google classrooms on Wednesday for instruction. On Thursdays and Fridays, students will attend classes in-person with their assigned teachers as well as the 80-minute period with their case carrier.

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Special Education- Special Day Class At-School Model

Students receiving special education services in the special day setting are scheduled to attend schools in-person four (4) days weekly as depicted in the schedule below.

An example of a student receiving special education services in the special day class setting would include:

  • Attend 3 classes on Mondays and Thursdays (Periods 1, 2, 3) in person with their assigned teacher

  • Attend 3 classes on Tuesdays and Fridays (Periods 4, 5, 6) in person with their assigned teacher

  • Students will be provided lunch on-campus.

  • At the conclusion of the lunch period, students will attend an 80-minute class period with their case carrier to receive special education support as designated in their Individualized Education Plan (IEP).

  • On Wednesday, students will log on to their Google classroom for all 6 classes to receive instruction/ tasks for that day

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Registration Dates-UPDATE

If you need to register your student for the 2020-2021 school year, please note that you can do so during the following days and times:

8AM-11:30AM

Tuesday, August 4th

Thursday, August 6th

Please wear a mask and meet us in the front parking (by the administration building)

You may get a headstart by filling out forms here: https://tinyurl.com/avhsregistration

Phase One of Athletics and Activities Participation Plan

Antelope Valley High School is excited to announce Phase One of our Athletics and Activities participation plan. Although the beginning date is July 13, actual starting dates will be determined by the coach or advisor. Please contact your coach or advisor for actual start dates. I have included the full Phase One protocols that our coaches and advisors will be held to pending county recommendations here:

 AVUHSD Return to Athletics Activity_Training Gu...

 

We appreciate your patience and understanding through this process, especially your understanding that these plans are subject to change as guidance and restrictions are constantly changing.

Phase One of Athletics & Activities is tentatively to begin July 13.

Summer athletics and activities will enter Phase One of a Three-Phase Return to Training plan beginning July 13 with voluntary returns to campus for a soft-opening focused on summer conditioning.

The following protocols are in place for Phase One:

All students, coaches and advisors will complete a health screening.

No gathering of more than 10 people at a time on any one field.

Workouts/ meetings conducted in “pods” of students with the same 5-10 students always working out/ meeting together

All activities to take place outdoors. Locker rooms will not be utilized.

There must be a minimum distance of six feet between each individual at all times

Students must bring their own water bottle(s)

Student athletes will need to complete their athletic clearances, including athletic physicals, before they will be allowed to participate in the Phase One summer conditioning programs. Students will receive information specific to their sport/activity from the school Athletic/Activity Department.

Visit https://www.antelopevalleyhs.org/programs/athletics for all athletic information or contact our Athletic Director Jason Chronister at jchronister@avhsd.org with questions not answered on our page.

Please understand that these plans are subject to change as guidance and restrictions are constantly changing per county health guidelines. Please check in with our webpage for more information.

Summer School Chromebook and Schedule Distribution

If you are in need of a Chromebook for Summer School, please come to the front parking lot next week on Wednesday, June 24th or Thursday, June 25th from 8AM-10AM. 

We will have printed summer school schedules for incoming freshmen. The schedule will have each student's account information for PowerSchool. 

Incoming Freshmen PowerSchool and Gmail Account Information:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1G5LnDyuxSRHQK4uFFRTEYi_a40z68g4z_YZ1-xV1ww0/edit?usp=sharing