APPLE VALLEY, Calif. — The Apple Valley Unified School District announced Thursday afternoon that it will extend the school closures until May 1, 2020.
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“With an abundance of caution and concern for our state, county, and the Apple Valley community, we are extending our current closure through Friday, May 1, 2020.
This is consistent with all school districts in San Bernardino County.
We are empathetic to all of the questions this news will cause regarding student learning, upcoming school events, proms, and graduations. With the constant changes regarding next steps and unknown duration, we want to assure you we will continue to plan, adjust and honor those “once in a lifetime” events. How we will do this is not clear at this time and is completely dependent on social distancing requirements.
We used this first week of closure to allow everyone time to adjust to staying home and getting basic needs met. We will continue to provide meals during our closure including spring break.
Any family struggling to get to one of our meal sites, should call the district office at 760 247-8001 x29003 and leave a message so we can work through coordinating support. We intend to comply with the Governor’s Executive order to offer distance learning; we will be providing updates to our next steps by Monday, March 30.
Please log in to avusd.org for the latest updates and resources.”Apple Valley Unified School District
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