Antelope Valley Union High School District


AVUHSD Personnel Services Department
44811 Sierra Highway Lancaster, CA 93534
Phone: (661) 948-7655 Fax: (661) 726-0673
Equal Opportunity Schools and Employer
Unless listed otherwise, you can email employees by taking the first initial & last name, and adding it to ""
Brett Neal, Assistant Superintendent of Personnel Services
     Laura Calderon, Executive Secretary to Asst. Supt: Ext 216 
Kristina Ramos,  Director of Certificated Personnel
      Kayla Eastman, Extension 252
Daniel Ramos, Director of Human Resources
     Chris Jarrett, Extension 247
Listing in Alpha order:
Wendy Bednar, Extension 203,
Non-Teaching Position Information, Classified Employees, Salary Placement
Kayla Eastman, Extension 252
Personnel Technician, Family Medical Leaves of Absence (Certificated & Classified), Personnel Board Agenda

Veronica Enriquez, Extension 262
Classified Employees, Non-Teaching Substitutes, Classified Employee Time Clock

Dora Frescas, Extension 248
Health Benefits (Classified)
Lori Hooper, Extension 221
Coaching/extra duty - All must FIRST contact School Site to complete a packet. Teacher Salary Advancement/Column Movement 
Kathy Jarman, Personnel Manager, Extension 224
Teacher Applicants (Edjoin), Credentials, Administrators, Salary Placement and Position Control

Chris Jarrett, Extension 247
Classified Applicants (Edjoin), Employee Recognition, Parent Volunteers, Tutors, Classified Seniority List, ERC, ACS, United Way
Karen Lindaman, Extension 222
Aesop System Help Desk, TB Tests, Substitute Teachers, Student Workers
Cindy Lintemoot, Extension 215
Teaching Position Information, Credentials, Certificated Faculty, Salary Placement  
Majella Nilo, Extension 120
Health Beneftis (Certificated), School Drivers
Jennifer Ritter, Extension 0
Secretary Front Desk
Tracy Tigert, Manager,  Extension 292
Risk Management and Safety
Luis Villanueva, District Office Custodian/Security
Ext 242 

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.