The AVUHSD Board of Trustees and Administration is dedicated to providing a safe and secure educational environment and strictly prohibits any type of bullying. Harassment of students AND staff, including bullying, intimidation, cyber-bullying, cyber-harassment, hazing or initiation activity, ridicule, extortion, or any other verbal, written, or physical conduct that causes or threatens to cause bodily harm or emotional suffering IS PROHIBITED and subject to disciplinary action.
Cyber-bullying and cyber-harassment includes the posting of harassing messages, direct threats, social cruelty, or other harmful text or images on the Internet, social networking sites, or other digital technologies, as well as breaking into another person's account and assuming that person's identity in order to damage that person's reputation or friendships.
If you or someone you know is being bullied or harassed, please contact any administrator at your site or you may bypass the administrator if that person is the harasser, and contact one of the two designated Title IX Coordinators, either:
Brett Neal, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Services at (661) 948-7655 ext 216,
Antelope Valley Union High School District Administrative Offices
44811 Sierra Highway, Lancaster, CA 93534
Cheri Kreitz, Director of Student Services, at (661) 729-2321
AVUHSD Student Services Office,
548 West Lancaster Blvd., Lancaster, CA 93534.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY SCHOOLS and EMPLOYER The Antelope Valley Union High School District is committed to offering an employment and educational environment free from discrimination with respect to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religious creed, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, gender, actual or perceived sexual orientation, or any other unlawful consideration.
Diversity is one of the defining strengths of America, and the diversity of the Antelope Valley Union High School District workforce is essential in the preparation of our students with academic, technical, and work-related skills necessary for success in the 21st century. To accomplish this undertaking, it is essential that we have a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community we serve and educate. The Antelope Valley Union High School District is committed to recruiting, hiring, and retaining highly qualified employees who not only represent our community, but are also dedicated to creating a culture of inclusion that values each individual and promotes collaboration and fairness.