AVUHSD Parent Advisory Committee

Antelope Valley Union High School District’s Board of Education, trustee Donita Winn (left), Vice President Carla Corona (left), President Charles Hughes, Clerk Miguel Sanchez and trustee Jill McGrady approved the formation of a parent advisory committee for the District at Thursday’s meting.

LANCASTER — The Antelope Valley Union High School District will establish a six-member Parent Advisory Committee with members appointed by each Board member and one by Superintendent Greg Nehen.

The committee will select a president, vice president and clerk. Proposed members do not need to have a student enrolled in the District.

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Jimzan 3

Public schools have become activists Training centers. Test scores are down, classrooms have become Hostile....Teachers (Public Schools) have become Lazy Parasites...nothing more. You would be Wise to Enroll your Child in a Private School, or Home-school them Yourself...Unless you want them to be a worthless POS Liberal Activist...Living in your Basement...Forever

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