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    PARENTS - We need your input as we work on making plans for the for the School Reopening in August! Please complete the survey found on the front page of this website under News & Announcements.

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    We are in the process of writing the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) for next school year 2020-2021. 

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    All AESD Schools and AESD District Offices will remain CLOSED through the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. Free student meals to all children under the age of 18 from 11 - 12:30 pm daily at the following 4 locations: Adelanto Elementary, George, Morgan Kincaid, and Ted Vick. Meals will be “grab and go” using a drive through style hand off. Walk ups are welcomed too. AESD has created weekly resources for your child to maintain their academic skills during our school closure. You may access the materials by picking up a weekly paper packet at our district office lobby area from 10 - 2 pm or click on the top tab labeled "Education Opportunities on our website".

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From the desk of Mrs. Hirst, Principal, Donald F. Bradach

The administration at Bradach school is pleased to announce the formation of our SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) Promise Club. SAVE Promise Clubs are a place for young people across the country to show their leadership, creativity, and passion for protecting their friends, schools and communities from violence before it happens. SAVE Promise Clubs are established and led by students and are a powerful approach to preventing gun violence (and other forms of violence and victimization) because they recognize the unique role that young people play in making their schools and communities safer. As a part of our commitment to changing the culture on the Bradach campus to one of kindness and inclusion, our SAVE School Ambassadors recently received training on the Start with Hello program.  Start with Hello teaches kids three things they can do to stop any social isolation they see on campus. Students can 1) See Someone Alone, 2) Reach out and help and 3) Start with hello. The campus will be participating in Start with Hello week September 23rd-27th as a way to bring awareness to social isolation. By practicing the FISH Philosophy of "Be There" our students can make a difference every day for students who feel alone.

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