Antelope Valley School District

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We Want to Hear From You -- Take Our Survey By April 30!

We want to know what you think about the programs and services we offer to your student. Please take our survey by April 30, 2019 by clicking here.

We want to know what you think about the programs and services we offer to your student.

Our schools are provided with federal funding (formally named Title 1) to help students who struggle in meeting challenging state standards or who have achievement gaps in their education. The primary purpose of this funding is to bridge the gap between low-income students and other students, however, ALL our students benefit from the programs associated with this funding. 

Please take 5 minutes to give us your feedback by clicking here before April 30, 2019.

Thank You!

Girl in lab coat pouring water, view of water reservoirs, men working on water plumbing equipment

Palmdale Water District is launching it's first JUNIOR Water Ambassadors Academy for 10th and 11th Grade Students.

Palmdale Water District is launching its first JUNIOR Water Ambassadors Academy to give interested high school 10th & 11th grade students an opportunity to learn all about Palmdale Water District’s history, infrastructure, facilities, water sources, and related career opportunities. The session will take place Thursday, May 16 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. There are no fees to participate but space is limited. Lunch is provided and a certificate will be given to those who complete the academy. To submit your application, please visithttp://bit.ly/2FHaYGC.

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Kaiser Permanente Antelope Valley is now accepting Medical Exploring applications from 9th-12th grade AVUHSD students for the 2019-2020 school year!

Kaiser Permanente Antelope Valley is now accepting Medical Exploring applications from 9th-12th grade AVUHSD students for the 2019-2020 school year!

Exploring is a career education program for students who are between 14 and 20-years-old. Kaiser Permanente Antelope Valley physicians and employees volunteer their time to provide real-world career experiences for the explorers and help them gain practical knowledge in the medical field through a variety of activities. As a youth-led program, students organize monthly meetings including hands-on learning presentations, a tour of the Kaiser Permanente Antelope Valley Medical Offices and Kaiser Permanente Regional Lab, community service projects, CPR training, and a final educational field trip.

Applications are due May 17 and can be downloaded at kp.org/antelopevalley. If you are interested in health care careers, apply today!