Left to right standing: Heather Goodstein, Marilynn Alford, Nathan Mangel, Tiffany Quezada, Tiffany Council, Corina Torrez, Amanda Winkur-Stillwell, Anthony Salsedo, Sheldon Sparks, Janna Largent, Krista Stumpf, Candice Palacios, Kelly Sutliff  Left to right kneeling Michelle Van Ornum, Shadi Moghaddas, Nicole Salsedo, Nicole Moynihan, Michelle Fernandez, Katie O’Brien

ACTON — The Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District will introduce new signature programs for the 2022-23 School Year that include a district-wide AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) program for college-bound students and Career Connections, a four-year program for students interested in the building and trades, as well as a makerspace at Meadowlark Elementary School.

“We’re excited to expand our offerings for all of our learners,” Superintendent Eric Sahakian said in an interview.

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