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  • Special Board Meeting 3-2-2021

    Posted by Yolanda McCauley on 2/26/2021 4:30:00 PM

    The Acton Agua Dulce Unified School District of Trustees Regular Board meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, virtually via Zoom (online only).

    OPEN SESSION WILL BEGIN AT 6:30 p.m.

     

    Topic: Special Board Meeting - 3-2-2021
    Time: Mar 2, 2021 06:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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  • Parent Survey

    Posted by AADUSD on 2/26/2021 3:00:00 PM

    In collaboration between the school district and teachers’ association, we are sending out this parent survey to gather important information from families about student return to in-person learning.  Dates of return have not yet been determined, but the information you provide in this survey will help us plan for students’ return in Kindergarten through sixth grades. At this point in time, the state has not authorized the return of 7th-12th grade in-person learning. 

     

    Please click the link below to complete the survey.

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  • COVID-19 Letter to AADUSD Families

    Posted by AADUSD on 2/16/2021

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    Dear AADUSD Families, 

    I hope you and your families are doing well.  I want to thank you for your patience as we adjust to the dynamic flow of information we receive from the county and the state on a weekly and sometimes daily basis.  We have received the long-awaited news that elementary schools in Los Angeles County may now reopen for in-person instruction.  The adjusted case rate in LA County has fallen below 25 per 100,000 for a period of 5 consecutive days as of February 15, 2021. This was the threshold set by the Department of Public Health in order to expedite the return of students to elementary schools across the state.  

     

    It is important to understand that there is no standardized approach to the reopening of schools even locally.  Conversely, the County does not view our geographical area or small population as an exception to the guidelines set for all districts that are in Los Angeles County.  We will submit our COVID-19 Safety Plan on Thursday, February 18, 2021.  We expect to receive a response from the county and state within 7 days of our submission. 

     

    In order to meet all state and county requirements prior to reopening, schools we will do the following:

     

    1.State’s COVID-19 Safety Plan and post to the District website.

    2.Send COVID-19 Safety Plan to the state’s Safe School for All team for review.

    3.Send COVID-19 Safety Plan to the LA County Department of Public Health for review.

    4.LACDPH Reopening Protocol for Schools for each individual facility that is reopening, post on the district website and send to LACDPH for review.

    5.Negotiate the impacts of the Safety Plan with the associations on any aspect of the plan that impacts the terms and conditions of employment.  I look forward to the support of our teachers, which is a critical component of our ability to reopen our schools.  

     

    My number one priority is returning students to school as soon as possible.  We have already opened the doors for in-person instruction for our students with unique needs in preschool, transitional kindergarten, and students in our special day class at Meadowlark Elementary School.  With the submission and approval of our plan, we would safely be able to return students in grades K-6.  

     

    I appreciate your patience and support as we move forward with the goal of returning students to school as soon as possible. 

     

    Sincerely,

     

    Mr. Lawrence M. King

    Superintendent, Acton-Agua Dulce USD

     

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  • COVID-19 Carta Para las Familias AADUSD

    Posted by AADUSD on 2/16/2021

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    Estimadas familias de AADUSD,

    Espero que usted y sus familias estén bien. Quiero agradecerles por su paciencia mientras nos adaptamos al flujo dinámico de información que recibimos del condado y el estado semanalmente y a veces, diariamente. Hemos recibido la tan esperada noticia de que las escuelas primarias del condado de Los Ángeles ahora pueden reabrir para recibir instrucción en persona. La tasa de casos ajustada en el condado de Los Ángeles ha caído por debajo de 25 por 100,000 durante un período de 5 días consecutivos a partir del 15 de febrero de 2021. Este fue el umbral establecido por el Departamento de Salud Pública para acelerar el regreso de los estudiantes a las escuelas primarias en todo el estado.

     

    Es importante comprender que no existe un enfoque estandarizado para la reapertura de escuelas, ni siquiera a nivel local. Por el contrario, el condado no ve nuestra área geográfica o nuestra pequeña población como una excepción a las pautas establecidas para todos los distritos que se encuentran en el condado de Los Ángeles. Presentaremos nuestro Plan de seguridad COVID-19 el jueves 18 de febrero de 2021. Esperamos recibir una respuesta del condado y del estado dentro de los 7 días posteriores a nuestra presentación.

     

    Para cumplir con todos los requisitos estatales y del condado antes de la reapertura, las escuelas haremos lo siguiente:

     

    1. Plan de seguridad COVID-19 del estado y publicación en el sitio web del distrito.
    2. Envíar el Plan de seguridad COVID-19 al equipo de Escuela Segura para Todos del estado para su revisión.
    3. Envíar el Plan de seguridad COVID-19 al Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Los Ángeles para su revisión.
    4. Protocolo de reapertura de escuelas de LACDPH para cada instalación individual que esté reabriendo, publicar en el sitio web del distrito y enviar a LACDPH para su revisión.
    5. Negociar los impactos del Plan de Seguridad con las asociaciones sobre cualquier aspecto del plan que afecte los términos y condiciones de empleo. Espero el apoyo de nuestros maestros, que es un componente crítico de nuestra capacidad para reabrir nuestras escuelas.

     

    Mi prioridad número uno es que los estudiantes regresen a la escuela lo antes posible. Ya hemos abierto las puertas para la instrucción en persona para nuestros estudiantes con necesidades únicas en preescolar, kínder de transición y estudiantes en nuestra clase diurna especial en Meadowlark Escuela primaria. Con la presentación y aprobación de nuestro plan, podríamos regresar con seguridad a los estudiantes en los grados K-6.

     

    Agradezco su paciencia y apoyo a medida que avanzamos con el objetivo de que los estudiantes regresen a la escuela lo antes posible.

    Atentamente,

    Sr. Lawrence M. King
    Superintendente, Acton-Agua Dulce USD

     

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  • High Desert School - History of Medal of Honor 2021

    Posted by AADUSD on 2/11/2021

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  • VHS Senior Kemp Wyatt Fairbanks was accepted into West Point Military Academy!

    Posted by AADUSD on 2/11/2021

    VHS Senior Kemp Wyatt Fairbanks was accepted into West Point Military Academy! Kemp went through a rigorous interview process in which he met with Congressman Mike Garcia,  and military panels as well as going through an extensive physical.  Kemp was 1 of 28 seniors the Congressman nominated in the Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys and additionally was 1 of 2 'primary nominations' the Congressman nominated. Kemp is going to major in American Politics and will leave for West Point this summer following graduation from VHS.

    Kemp Fairbanks (middle) with his parents Moncia and Kemp Sr.

    AADUSD Superintendent Larry King congratulates Kemp Fairbanks.

    Fellow Scouts and classmates Jude Balliger, Nick Costan, Grant Fosberg and Aidin Vidic congratulate Kemp Fairbanks (middle).

    Kemp Fairbanks

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  • Community Letter

    Posted by AADUSD on 2/3/2021 5:00:00 PM

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  • Carta a la Comunidad

    Posted by AADUSD on 2/3/2021 4:00:00 PM

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