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At Home/Distance Learning Bell Schedule

At-Distance Schedule:

 

Monday 1st period 7:30-8:05, 2nd period 9:05-10:25, 3rd period 10:40-12:00, virtual access to teachers 1:00-3:00

 

Tuesday 4th period 7:30-8:05, 5th period 9:05-10:25, 6th period 10:40-12:00, virtual access to teachers 1:00-3:00

 

Wednesday P1 7:30-8:05, P2 8:05-8:15, P3 9-9:35, P4 9:45-10:20, P5 10:30-11:05, P6 11:15-11:50, virtual teacher access 1:00-3:00 minus staff meeting days

 

Thursday 1st period 7:30-8:05, 2nd period 9:05-10:25, 3rd period 10:40-12:00, virtual access to teachers 1:00-3:00

 

Friday 4th period 7:30-8:05, 5th period 9:05-10:25, 6th period 10:40-12:00, virtual access to teachers 1:00-3:00

At-Distance Schedule:

 

Monday 1st period 7:30-8:05, 2nd period 9:05-10:25, 3rd period 10:40-12:00, virtual access to teachers 1:00-3:00

 

Tuesday 4th period 7:30-8:05, 5th period 9:05-10:25, 6th period 10:40-12:00, virtual access to teachers 1:00-3:00

 

Wednesday P1 7:30-8:05, P2 8:05-8:15, P3 9-9:35, P4 9:45-10:20, P5 10:30-11:05, P6 11:15-11:50, virtual teacher access 1:00-3:00 minus staff meeting days

 

Thursday 1st period 7:30-8:05, 2nd period 9:05-10:25, 3rd period 10:40-12:00, virtual access to teachers 1:00-3:00

 

Friday 4th period 7:30-8:05, 5th period 9:05-10:25, 6th period 10:40-12:00, virtual access to teachers 1:00-3:00

2020/2021 Back to School information

The first day of school is Monday, August 10th.  All students will access content through Google Classroom.  Students are required to log in to live class meetings each day

If your student needs a Chromebook, distribution will be conducted as follows:10th, 11th, and 12th grade students may pick up devices on Wednesday, August 5th or Thursday, August 6th between the hours of 8:00-3:00 p.m. Incoming 9th grade students may pick up devices on Friday, August 7th between the hours of 8:00-3:00 p.m.

Textbooks and other materials will be distributed the week of August 17th-21st.  A separate notification will be sent regarding this.

There are a number of ways for you to access information, get answers to your questions, or speak with someone directly:

 

We look forward to seeing you in distance learning next week!  Teachers and staff have been working diligently to prepare.  Please see important information below:

The first day of school is Monday, August 10th.  All students will access content through Google Classroom.  Students are required to log in to live class meetings each day according to the schedule listed below and their teacher’s instructions.  If a student does not sign in or does not physically speak with his or her teacher, the student is considered absent

Students who need a Chromebook may pick up devices from the main office this week.  Face masks are required.  Distribution will be conducted as follows:

10th, 11th, and 12th grade students may pick up devices on Wednesday, August 5th or Thursday, August 6th between the hours of 8:00-3:00 p.m.

Incoming 9th grade students may pick up devices on Friday, August 7th between the hours of 8:00-3:00 p.m.

If you haven’t completed the technology needs survey on our website, please do so as soon as possible to help us ensure that students have the necessary equipment.

Textbooks and other materials will be distributed the week of August 17th-21st.  A separate notification will be sent regarding this.

Food service will resume on Monday, August 10th between the hours of 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Please note that we are only allowed to serve meals to students within the Antelope Valley Union High School District and identification will be required. 

All students will be assigned to a Homeroom class with Dr. Tepper, our Principal, as their teacher.  This is how we will send out regular/important information, as well as highlight different aspects of the high school experience while we are on Distance Learning.  In addition to the Homeroom, email and phone communications will be sent.  Also, there are a number of ways for you to access information, get answers to your questions, or speak with someone directly:

 

At Home/Distance Learning- Bell Schedule

Start Time

End Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

7:30

8:50

Period 1

Log in to 

class virtually

Period 4

Log in to 

class virtually

7:30-8:05       Period 1

 

8:05-8:15 BREAK

 

8:15-8:50       Period 2

 

8:50-9:00 BREAK

 

9:00-9:35       Period 3

 

9:35-9:45 BREAK

 

9:45-10:20     Period 4

 

10:20-10:30 BREAK

 

10:30-11:05    Period 5

 

11:05-11:15 BREAK

 

11:15-11:50    Period 6

 

11:50-1:00 Lunch/Transition time

Period 1

Log in to 

class virtually

Period 4

Log in to 

class virtually

8:50

9:00

Break

Break

Break

Break

9:05

10:25

Period 2

Log in to 

class virtually

Period 5

Log in to 

class virtually

Period 2

Log in to 

class virtually

Period 5

Log in to 

class virtually

10:25

10:35

Break

Break

Break

Break

10:40

12:00

Period 3

Log in to 

class virtually

Period 6

Log in to 

class virtually

Period 3

Log in to 

class virtually

Period 6

Log in to 

class virtually

12:00

1:00

Lunch/

Transition

time

Lunch/

Transition

time

Lunch/

Transition

time

Lunch/

Transition

time

1:00

3:00

Online 

(Virtual) access to teachers

Online 

(Virtual) access to teachers

Online (Virtual) access to teachers, staff meetings, Professional Development

Online 

(Virtual) access to teachers

Online 

(Virtual) access to teachers

Eagles Return to Athletics Phase 1 & Athletic Clearance

Eagles return to Athletics beginning July 13, 2020

--Be advised, actual starting dates are determined by your specific sport. Please contact your coach(es) for more details.--

The AVUHSD in accordance with state and county guidance in regards to gatherings has adopted phases for our return to Athletics.

Phase 1 (non-contests)

● All coaches and students are given a Pre-Workout Screening prior to workout

● No gathering of more than 10 students at a time on any one field. Workouts conducted in “pods” of students with the same 5-10 students always working out together

● All workouts conducted outside

● 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)

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Student Athlete Clearance may be accessed online with information through https://www.lancasterhs.org/parents/athletics/clearance-process 

AVUHSD Return to Athletics

Return to Athletics Phase 1 begins July 13, 2020. Phase 2:TBD. Phase 3:TBD

(Be advised, although the beginning date is July 13, actually starting dates are determined by your specific sport. Please contact your coach(es) for more details)

The AVUHSD will adhere to guidance by the State and County with regards to gatherings. Our adopted phases will evolve or retract as LA County evolves or retracts. Any and all groups, AVUHSD and outside groups using AVUHSD facilities will agree to the guidelines provided. 

http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/guidances.htm#education 

Guiding Principles, The AVUHSD’s plan for athletic participation is based on guidance from our partner agencies and institutions (CDE, LACOE, CDC, LA County Dept. Heath, CIF State, CIFSS, NFHS, Golden League Athletic Council). Our conviction is that high school athletes have benefitted in countless ways from high school-sponsored athletics and activities since the very founding of CIF in 1913 and that these benefits have not gone away with the outbreak of COVID-19. The physical activity and training that comes with athletics and activities are essential components to the physical, mental, and social well-being of students. We believe an essential part of educating the “whole-child” is to develop a plan for athletics to resume in the 2020-2021 school year. 

The AVUHSD is continually working with Golden League Athletic Directors and with the Golden League Athletic Council (GLAC), which has formed sport-specific ad-hoc committees to develop appropriate “return plans” for each specific sport in regard to facilities, practice, competition, and travel protocols. 

The GLAC sport-specific ad-hoc committees have been formed for each sport: 

Football, Baseball/Softball, Soccer, Golf, Track/XC, Basketball, Tennis, Swimming, Volleyball, Wrestling 

Each of the committees are composed of sport-specific GL Head Coaches, an Athletic Director, and/or a Vice Principal of Athletics. The committees have developed plans for each sport to reopen based on the following principles of safety:

What are the measures we can take to ensure the safety of athletes and spectators? (Screening, distancing, sanitation, etc…)

·        Practices

·        Facilities

·        Competitions

·        Transportation

Each sport plan works in accord with the protocols put in place by our partner agencies and use the NFHS Three Phase Guideline as a framework for each plan. NFHS guidelines are national guidelines that may or may not correspond with state regulations. State regulations will take a priority on what can or can’t be done. 

 

Phase 1

● All coaches and students are given a Pre-Workout Screening prior to workout 

● No gathering of more than 10 students at a time on any one field. Workouts conducted in “pods” of students with the same 5-10 students always working out together 

● All workouts conducted outside 

● 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)

These parameters are subject to change based on new information provided from the state, county and our district.

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Student Athlete Clearance may be accessed online with information through https://www.lancasterhs.org/parents/athletics/clearance-process