A very special thank you and congratulations to our current Student Board Member and SOAR High School Graduate Noah Sveiven who was recognized with multiple scholarships and awards for his leadership and service. Thank you for your dedication to the AVUHSD community, Noah! We look forward to seeing the great things the future holds for you, and we wish you the very best!
Yesterday, Quartz Hill High School Graduating Senior Shanti Davis was surprised as the winner of Antelope Valley Chevrolet’s "Be Cool, Stay in School" program — and a brand new 2018 Chevy Sonic!
Through this program, one AVUHSD graduating high school senior wins a brand new car. AV Chevy started this program to recognize the hard work and dedication of high school students who have excellent attendance, work hard and are committed to academic excellence.
AV Chevy General Manager Justin Gonzales says, “We know the value of education and we want to encourage the youth in our Valley to always aim higher!”
(Pictured: Shanti Davis and AV Chevy General Manager Justin Gonzales)
On May 13, AVUHSD celebrated its 35th Employee Recognition Ceremony! The event had a wonderful turnout and recognized some truly deserving colleagues.
Our 2019 Teacher of the Year, Ruth Simonds (pictured with her students), is a teacher at Quartz Hill High School, and our 2019 Classified Employee of the Year is Lorena Durr, Bilingual Secretary for Student Support & Intervention and EL & Migrant Education Programs.
A special congratulations to all those who were recognized across our District schools. We are proud of the wonderful AVUHSD employees -- congratulations and thank you for all you do for students and our community!
Congratulations SOAR Prep Academy Junior High for being chosen as a PLTW - Project Lead The Way Distinguished School!
Project Lead the Way is a career technical education curriculum that offers students experiences with various industries including automation and robotics, design and modeling and medicine.
In addition to their core classes, all SOAR Prep 7th and 8th graders learn and apply STEM concepts using Project Lead the Way's engineering, app development and medical programs. Go Rockets!
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