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  • SPRING BREAK - ENJOY YOUR TIME WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS - SPRING BREAK BEGINS ON APRIL 22ND - APRIL 26TH! THE DISTRICT OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED THE 24TH, 25TH AND 26TH.

    Posted by Yolanda McCauley on 4/16/2019 3:00:00 PM

    Poppies in California High Desert

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  • LCAP Survey 2019

    Posted by Alejandro Herdocia on 4/3/2019
    Dear Acton- Agua Dulce Unified School District Parents, Staff, and Community Members, 
     
    Our school district is updating its Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) for the 2019-2020 school year. The State of California requires school districts to write goals and actions to address eight state mandated priority areas. We seek your input in this annual process.
     
    Thank you for taking this survey and providing us your feedback regarding the schools in our district.
     
    Gratefully,
     
    Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District
     
    LCAP
     
     
    Please Click in the link below for the survey.
     

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BC6YDT9

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  • "Spelling Bee" Competition! First Place went to Everett Blaha, Second Place Giuilio Romero and Third Place Jason Sanchez. A shout out to all participants, Zachary Van Ornum, Shelby Blane, Angeline Newell. We are very proud of all of you!

    Posted by Yolanda McCauley on 2/11/2019 1:00:00 PM

    Spelling Bee 2019

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  • What incredibly talented students we have at Meadowlark Elementary School! A great way to celebrate Black History Month!

    Posted by Yolanda McCauley on 2/1/2019 8:00:00 AM

    MLK MLK

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  • 2018 Harmonic Bronze

    Posted by Alejandro Herdocia on 1/30/2019

    Please enjoy the Harmonic Bronze performance by our wonderful students and Mr. Larry Rowland!

    2018 Harmonic Bronze

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  • It’s January, so that means its National Mentoring Month. A month dedicated to honoring the people who act as mentors and encouraging people to become mentors themselves. Encourage students to think about how they can do small things throughout their day

    Posted by Yolanda McCauley on 1/9/2019 9:00:00 AM

     

     

    Mentor

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  • CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NEWLY APPOINTED BOARD MEMBERS, MS. KELLY JENSEN, MR. KEN PFALZGRAF, MR. ED PORTER AND NEW TO THE BOARD MR. TIM JORGENSEN!

    Posted by Yolanda McCauley on 12/17/2018 1:00:00 PM

    Mr. Jorgensen Mr. Porter Mr. Pfalzgraf Ms. Jensen

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  • County of Los Angeles Public Health Update for Being Safe and Healthy During the Holiday Season!

    Posted by Yolanda McCauley on 12/17/2018 11:00:00 AM

    Tips for a Healthy Season

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  • West Nile Virus

    Posted by Admin on 10/16/2018

    Letterhead

    WEST NILE VIRUS EDUCATION CAMPAIGN


    Dear Community,

    Summer and fall not only bring hot weather to Los Angeles but also mosquitoes. Mosquitoes are not just annoying, they can spread dangerous and sometimes deadly infections like West Nile virus. Each year, hundreds of people in Los Angeles County become infected with West Nile virus and dozens have died from their infection. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is launching a campaign to educate people about West Nile virus and how they can protect themselves and their communities from mosquitoes. We request your help in sharing this important message with your family, neighbors, community, customers, and clients.

    West Nile virus can cause severe diseases like meningitis (brain infection), encephalitis (swelling of the brain) and limb paralysis. The most severe illness occurs in persons over 50 years of age or those who have other health problems. While not all mosquitoes carry this virus, mosquitoes with this virus are found throughout Los Angeles County.

    We need your help to inform residents about West Nile virus. We ask that you display flyers in public areas to warn people about the threat of West Nile virus and to encourage action to reduce the chance that they and their communities will be affected by mosquito-borne diseases. Flyers and other materials in English and Spanish are available at on the Public Health website. Printed copies of these materials also are available on a first come, first served basis, and can be obtained from your local Area Health Office. Information on West Nile virus is also available at: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/westnile.

    We urge people to: 

    • Use Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) registered mosquito spray, wipes, or lotion when outside.
    • Keep mosquitoes out of your home. Maintain your door and window screens in good condition.
    • Check for items that hold water once a week. Cover, clear, clean, and cast out (throw away) items that can breed mosquitoes.

    We appreciate your interest and collaboration. Together, we will be able to reach many more people and make a lasting impact on our communities. 

    Sincerely,

    Barbara Ferrer, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.Ed.
    Director 

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  • Vasquez High School Phase III Sports Complex is Moving Along! Very Exciting!

    Posted by Yolanda McCauley on 9/15/2018 9:00:00 AM

    Phase III Softball Field Phase III Softball  Concession Stand

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