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AV SELPA - Board Meeting & End of Year Planning Meeting 6/1/22

There is only 1 meeting left this academic year - Board Meeting & End of Year Planning Meeting! - Wednesday, June 1st, 2022 from 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM! Click the Virtual/Zoom link below to join.  For further information, open this post for the meeting flyer and Meeting Calendar from 2021 - 2022.

 Link to join the Zoom Meeting: https://palmdalesd.zoom.us/j/99969758649

 

For in-person meetings, please go to:  38345 30th St East, Suite A-2Palmdale, CA 9355

EHS Band & Colorguard Compete in National Showcase

The EHS Performing Arts Band and Colorguard competed in a national showcase in Honolulu, Hawaii. EHS swept all of its divisions winning 6 first-place trophies. The students enjoyed the culture of the Hawaiian Islands and were recognized as one of the top-performing schools in the competition.

Migrant Education Participates in Cesar Chavez Essay

The AV Migrant Education Consortium students participated in the Cesar Chavez Essay contest and took home 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place! They were celebrated last night, April 20th, at the Palmdale City Council Meeting.

1st place - Pamela Francisco (Spanish Essay)

2nd place - Viviana Bartoli

3rd place - Jasmin Erazo Esteban

Congratulations!!

Eagle Robotics

Team 399 Eagle Robotics competed at the Aerospace Valley Regional at Eastside High School earlier this month. This was their second of two regional competitions for this season, and the last chance to qualify for World Championships in Houston Texas. Team 399’s robot finished in the top 10. They were the first-round pick on the 6th seeded alliance and made it to the semi-final playoffs. The programming team really excelled at all aspects of the competition, thanks in large part to our strong partnership between Engineering and Computer Science at Lancaster High.For the 5th consecutive year, Eagle Robotics were a Chairman's Award winner, the highest honor in FIRST Robotics. Chairman's recognizes a team's contribution to their community and transforming culture over a sustained period of time.

Knight High School Performs at Carnegie Hall

KHS Chamber Singers had the opportunity to travel to New York over Spring Break and perform in Carnegie Hall - one of the world's most famous concert halls. The last time KHS went to Carnegie Hall was in 2010 and sang with 15 other choirs. This year, because of their achievements, the students had the opportunity to be a featured choir, performing music on their own. We concluded our concert with a world premiere piece. We also worked with Dr. Jace Saplan from the University of Hawaii; Josh Habermann, director of the Dallas Symphony Chorus; Renown choral composer, Z. Randall Stroope; and Broadway Star, Dave Brown. The students will never forget this once in a lifetime opportunity.

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