Mon Feb 26
  • Read Across America Week 

Tue Feb 27
  • Read Across America Week 

  • Popsicle Sales 

Wed Feb 28
  • Read Across America Week 

Thu Feb 29
  • Read Across America Week 

Fri Mar 01
  • Read Across America Week 

  • Kinder Double Session Day 

Mon Mar 04
  • No School - Pupil Free Day 

Tue Mar 05
  • Popsicle Sales 

  • 5th Grade Ink Drinkers 3:00 pm4:30 pm

Wed Mar 06
  • 4th Grade Ink Drinkers 3:00 pm4:30 pm

  • PTA Executive Board Meeting 7:00 pm8:00 pm

Thu Mar 07
  • Student Council - 5th Grade Only 7:40 am8:00 am

  • 3rd Grade Ink Drinkers 3:00 pm4:30 pm

Fri Mar 08
  • Student Council - 3rd, 4th & 5th Grade 7:40 am8:00 am

Mon Mar 11
  • Parent/Teacher Conference Week 

Tue Mar 12
  • Parent/Teacher Conference Week 

  • Popsicle Sales 

Wed Mar 13
  • Parent/Teacher Conference Week 

Thu Mar 14
  • Parent/Teacher Conference Week 

Fri Mar 15
  • Parent/Teacher Conference Week 

Tue Mar 19
  • Popsicle Sales 

Wed Mar 20
  • PTA General Assembly Meeting 7:00 pm8:00 pm

Fri Mar 22
  • Jog-a-Thon Awards Assembly 8:30 am9:30 am

AV Equity

AV Equity’s Mission and Vision Statement


1. Members of the AV community feel a sense of belonging by way of representation and access.  They work together to cultivate this feeling by ensuring that all community members can see themselves reflected in the school’s offerings and in PTA leadership.  Events and extracurricular opportunities are free when possible and subsidized without stigma as necessary to make them universally available to community members.

2. Curricula and school events celebrate people of all backgrounds, along all dimensions of identity.  Students learn to value the full diversity of the world beyond AV, and they are able to situate themselves authentically in the context of local, national, and global histories and struggles.

3. Diverse role models within the community exemplify a broad array of ways to thrive in the world, and they model inclusive approaches to learning and to participating in one’s community.  Language is chosen intentionally to increase inclusivity, and success is defined as inclusively as possible.

4. All families receive equitable access to the resources, information, and encouragement necessary to thrive regardless of their identity or goals.  Student success and failure, awards and discipline, are not predictable based on categories of identity.


We share tools, build knowledge and awareness, amplify diverse and marginalized voices, and engage in advocacy to empower students, families, and teachers to co-create an equitable, diverse, and inclusive school community.


If you have any questions/concerns or thoughts you’d like to share please reach out to us at [email protected]

-AV Equity Committee Co-Chairs- Amber Jaeger, Patti Urzua,
and O’ryan McKinney-Bruskin