Students Will Not Return To Campus This School Year, Per Superintendent
Yesterday, Los Angeles County Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Debra Duardo, issued her recommendation that California schools remain physically closed for the rest of the school year. This followed a similar statement from state school superintendent, Tony Thurmond.
In accordance with this recommendation, Dr. David Vierra, Superintendent of the Antelope Valley Union High School District, announced via email that he will extend the physical closure of all area high schools, including Eastside, through the end of the academic year.
“While we remain physically apart, the District will continue to provide distance learning and support services for all students through June 4, 2020,” said Dr. Vierra, in the email.
Please look for an email from Principal Dunn for more information. He has promised to do everything in his power to ensure a graduation ceremony and is currently looking at possible prom alternatives.